“What is easy to get into, but hard to get out of?” riddle given below and try your best to solve the puzzle without sneak peeking.
Today’s article will provide you with the answer to this popular riddle which you have probably come across, while also giving you more riddles to tackle.
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What is the answer to the What is easy to get into, but hard to get out of? Riddle?
Check to see if your guess matches the one given below:
The solution or rather answer to the popular “What is easy to get into but hard to get out of?” Riddle is “Trouble”.
Explanation to Answer
The person attempting to solve this riddle must carefully read between the lines.
Anything that causes difficulty, worry, or inconvenience, or that prevents you from doing something, is considered trouble.
It is easy to get into one’s life, but it is difficult to get out of. And, of course, it’s the truth.
Can You Solve These Similar Riddles?
These riddles are not necessarily the same but have fair similarities with the “what is easy to get into but hard to get out of?” riddle. Can you solve them before checking their answers?
1. Gaze at this sentence for just about sixty seconds and then explain what makes it quite different from the average sentence. Quick! What is it?
It contains all of the letters in the alphabet.
2. Four jolly men sat down to play And played all night till break of day. They played for cash and not for fun, With a separate score for everyone. When it came time to square accounts, they all had made quite fair amounts. Now, not one has lost and all have gained – Tell me now, this can you explain?
The four jolly men are members of an orchestra hired to play at a dance.
3. A 300 ft. train traveling 300 ft. per minute must travel through a 300 ft. long tunnel. How long will it take the train to travel through the tunnel?
Two minutes. It takes the front of the train one minute and the rest of the train will take two minutes to clear the tunnel.
More Advanced Riddles
4. A hundred stones are placed, in a straight line, a yard distant from each other. How many yards must a person walk, who undertakes to pick them up, and place them in a basket stationed one yard from the first stone?
In solving this question it is clear that to pick up the first stone and put it into the basket, the person must walk two yards.
One is going for the stone and another is returning with it; for the second stone, he must walk four yards. And so increasing by two as far as the hundredth, when he must walk two hundred yards so that the sum total will be the product of 202 multiplied by 50, or 10,100 yards.
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If anyone does not see why we multiply 202 by 50 in getting the answer, we refer him to his arithmetic.
5. Walking home one day, you take a shortcut along the train tracks. The tracks cross a narrow bridge over a deep gorge. At the point you are 3/8 of the way across the bridge, you hear the train whistle somewhere behind you. You charge across the bridge and jump off the track as the train is about to run you down. As it happens, if you had gone the other way, you would have reached safety just before being run over as well. If you can run ten miles per hour, how fast is the train moving?
The train is moving at 40 miles per hour. Imagine that a friend is walking with you. When the train whistle blows, you head away from the train, he heads toward it.
When he reaches safety, you will be 6/8 (or 3/4)of the way across the bridge, and the train will have just reached the bridge. For the train to cross 4/4 of the bridge in the time you cross the remaining 1/4, the train must be moving four times your speed.
Your friend must have asked you to solve this trickery riddle, which is why you came searching for answers right? Well you’re in luck because this article will give you the answer you desire along side similar riddles to try. Can you solve them?
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