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A girl bought a box when she was 20, She puts Rs 250 in the box on every birthday And her sister takes out Rs 50 from the box on her birthday. Girl died when she was 60 and when the box was opened there were Rs 500 remaining in the box.

How is it possible?

She was born on a leap year. So she put totally ((60- 20)/4 )* 250 totally while her sister drew (500*40)

So net amount that remains is 2500- 2000 = 500

Answer: She put Rs.250 10 times in 40 years as she born on 29th Feb (a leap year). And her sister pick up Rs. 50 40 times in 40 years. SO

2500 - 2000 = 500.

girl born in a leap year,so total birthday celebrated at the age of 60 =10;now,her sister takes 50 from box each year,then amount left in that box after next birthday of that girl=rs.50;then total amount remaining=rs50*10=Rs. 500

She was born on leap year while her sister was not.

There is a ship that can hold up to 500 people. However, when 382 people were on the ship it started to sink.

How is this possible?

There are three boxes of different sizes with three cupcakes inside each of the boxes in Sonia’s kitchen. In the middle of the night her son wakes up and goes to the kitchen. He opens a box and eat all the three cupcakes.

But in the morning Sonia finds out that each box still had three cupcakes. How is that possible ?