# Insurance company - logic puzzle

A man would like to take a new health insurance. An officer taking care of these matters says to the man: "Please tell me how many children you have." The man answers: "I have three of them." The officer: "What are the ages of your children?". The man answers: "The product of the ages is equal to 36." The officer replies: "This is not enough information Sir!". "Sorry that I was a little bit unclear, but the sum of the ages is equal to the number of shops in front of your office," says the man. The officer: "This still isn't enough information Sir!". The man replies: "My oldest child loves chocolate." The officer: "Thanks for your cooperation, I now know the ages."

Are you as smart as the officer? Then give the ages of the children.

Are you as smart as the officer? Then give the ages of the children.

# Divisible from 1 to 9 - math puzzle

Find a number consisting of 9 digits in which each of the digits from 1 to 9 appears only once. This number should satisfy the following requirements:

a. The number should be divisible by 9.

b. If the most right digit is removed, the remaining number should be divisible by 8.

c. If then again the most right digit is removed, the remaining number should be divisible by 7.

d. etc. until the last remaining number of one digit which should be divisible by 1.

a. The number should be divisible by 9.

b. If the most right digit is removed, the remaining number should be divisible by 8.

c. If then again the most right digit is removed, the remaining number should be divisible by 7.

d. etc. until the last remaining number of one digit which should be divisible by 1.

# Find the right switch - logic puzzle

A particular house has two rooms. If you're in one of the rooms you cannot look into the other. In one of the rooms there are three lamps which are connected to three switches located in the other room. For each lamp there is a separate switch. You are in the room with the switches. You are allowed to go only once in the room with the lamps. How can you find out to which lamp each switch is connected? |