1111. Which of the following is not an anagram for a name of a country?

NEAT GRAIN WALTZ
RINSED CORN WASH

CORN WASH. NEAT GRAIN = ARGENTINA; WALTZ RINSED = SWITZERLAND.

1112. If a bouquet of six tulips and eight daisies costs $10, but a bouquet
of eight tulips and six daisies costs $11, how much does each flower cost?

Each tulip cost $1; each daisy costs 50¢.

1113. What two words, formed from different arrangements of the same eight letters,
can be used to complete the sentence below?

The _______ donors to the illegal charity felt that the recipients were _______ who had preyed upon them.

1114. Joan and Jane are sisters. Jean is Joan's daughter and 12 years
younger than her aunt. Joan is twice as old as Jean. Four years ago, Joan was the same age as Jane is now, and Jane was twice as old as her
niece. How old is Jean?

Joan is 32, Jane is 28, and Jean is 16.

1115. Some letters have been removed from the names of the following American
cities. Fill in the missing letters to find out where you are.

T _ L _ _ H _ _ S _ _

M _ R _ D _ _ _

_ I _ T _ B _ _ G _

W _ _ L _ A _ _ B _ R _

H _ B _ _ _ N

TALLAHASSEE, MERIDIAN, PITTSBURGH, WILLIAMSBURG, HOBOKEN.

1116. If you anagram the letters in "The eyes," they can become "They see."
What relevant words can you anagram from "The nudist colony."

1117. Find the six-digit number in which the first digit and the fourth digit make
a two-digit sum, the two digits of which are the second and third; the fifth and sixth digits, added together, are half the fourth and the last digit is
one-third the first.

1118. There are 53 bicycles, two chairs, one table, and a man who has been
shot, in a room. Why was he shot?

The "bicycles" are playing cards (Bicycle is a brand of playing card). The man was cheating at a card game (there are only 52 cards in a deck).

1119. The names of three body organs are squashed together into one big word.
All the letters are in the correct order. Can you name the three organs?

SSPTOLEMAKICHDNEENY

1120. Palindromic numbers read the same backward and forward, such as 4114.
What is the smallest non-palindromic number whose square is palindromic?

1121. A car travels at a speed of 30 mph over a certain distance, and then
returns over the same distance at a speed of 20 mph. What is the average speed for the total trip?

24 mph. Most people are quick to answer 25 mph, but this is not correct, as we will see. Let the distance traveled be 60 miles each way. Then, the trip out = 60/30 = 2 hours, and the trip back = 60/20 = 3 hours. Therefore: the 120 mile trip = 120/5 = 24 mph.

1122. Which letter comes next in the series?

A E C G E I G K I M K ?

O. Every other letter in ABCDEFGHIJKL gets advanced by three. For example, B goes to E; D goes to G; F goes to I; etc.

1123. What are A and B in this mathematical expression?

79 = 15 x B^{A} + A x 2^{A}

A = 4; B = 1. 79 = 15 x 1 to the 4th power + 4 x 2 to the 4th power.

1124. Change the second letter of each pair of words below to create two new
words. Then put the new letter on the line between them. When you have finished, you will have a new word, reading down. (Ex: bet
____ bat = bat a hat).

LINE _____ MATE

BLAND _____ CLIME

COST _____ MOST

BRAND _____ BROWN

ORAL. (LONE ----MOTE; BRAND ---- CRIME; CAST ---- MAST; BLAND ---- BLOWN).

1125. The local bottling plant recycles old bottles to make new ones at the rate of
ten old ones to produce one new one. Remarkably, every bottle the plant produces gets recycled. If it produces 1,000 new bottles, how many bottles
can be made in total?

111. 100 returns make 10, and those 10 make 1 additional one.