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# What are some funny logic questions?

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Funny logic questions require the solver to think through the problem, but the answer is often a surprise. For instance, "You are in a pitch black cave and have one match, an oil lamp, a candle and a newspaper. What do you light first? The match!" Another example is, "Three men were caught in the rain, but only two got their hair wet. Why?" The answer is, "One was bald."

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Another funny logic question is, "How many of each kind of animal did Moses take on the ark? None. Noah built the ark." More humorous logic riddles are: "Would a scared baby bull run to a mommy bull or a daddy bull first? The daddy, because all bulls are males," and "How many apples would you have if you took two apples from three apples. Two apples!"

Many amusing logic questions involve wordplay, such as, "Which word, if pronounced right, is wrong, but if pronounced wrong is right? 'Wrong.'" Other examples are: "What happens in the middle of each month, in all seasons except summer and only in the night, never in the day? The letter N," and, "What is so fragile that when you say its name, you break it? Silence."

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Deduction logic uses a hypothesis and examines the possibilities in order to reach a logical conclusion and inductive reasoning makes wide sweeping generalizations from a set of specific observations. The scientific method requires deductive logic to test a hypothesis and scientists also use inductive reasoning to form hypotheses.

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In logic, "false cause and effect" is when one event is said to have caused another event just because the first event preceded the second event. It is a logical fallacy because it uses sequence as the only evidence without considering other factors.

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"Necessity is the mother of invention" is a proverbial saying meaning that a problem or a need often encourages creative thinking in order to solve the problem. The idea first appeared with slightly different wording in English in 1519.