The Day 6 riddle you missed: Government School Inspector riddle. The correct answer: The children were instructed to ALL raise their hands whenever they a question was asked. It did not matter whether they knew the answer or not. If they did not know the answer, however, they would raise their LEFT hand, if they knew the answer they would raise their RIGHT hand. The class teacher would choose a different child each time, but always the ones who had their right hand raise.

Your answer: All kids were told ahead of time to raise their hand for every question, but they would have some indication for whether they were sure they knew the correct answer or not. For example they could smile if they knew and frown if they didn’t, or raise their right hand for the right answer & left hand if they weren’t sure, or perhaps pick up/hold their pencil with their un-raised hand if they knew the correct answer….. the options there are too many to say.

The one you missed in Day 5 did not clearly communicate in one sentence the one wish the servant could give that would satisfy all the wishes of his family. Note you said. for his family’s wishes to come true

The correct answer is: "My mother wants to see her grandson swinging on a swing of gold."

The one you missed in Day 4: Note you danced all around the answer but did not clearly say that "1 does not equal 2".

Your answer: there is just so much wrong in this ….. basically, by not following mathematical rules, a wrong answer is possible.

This answer you gave to me implies that 1 can equal 2. Sorry, but it is semantics and to have made your answer acceptable you should have added: "therefore 1 cannot equal 2".