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#### Rich Man keeps me in pocket, Poor Man throws me away riddle answer

**Answer: **Tupeal

The liquid that flows from your nose when you catch cold is called Tupeal in Tamil language.

**Solution: **

## Rich Man keeps me in pocket, Poor Man throws me away, Kids eat me,

I’m not an English word.

Who am I?

## Hint: __U__E__L

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**Answer: ****Tupeal**.

The liquid that flows from your nose when you catch cold is called Tupeal in Tamil language.

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## Rich Man keeps me in pocket, Poor Man throws me away, Kids eat me,

I’m not an English word.

Who am I?

## Hint: __U__E__L

##### Show answer

**Answer: ****Tupeal**.

The liquid that flows from your nose when you catch cold is called Tupeal in Tamil language.

Share your answers and thoughts in the comments box below

**Knowledge increases by sharing 🙂**

#### Jack has 8 bricks 7 of them weights the same amount and one is slightly heavier. Using a balance scale, how can Jack find the heavier brick in two weighings?

**Answer: ** First he split them in to piles of 3, 3, and 2 bricks. Then he weighs both groups of 3 with each other. If they balance he knows the brick is one of the 2 unweighed bricks and he can weigh them to find the heaver one. If the the stacks of 3 bricks do not balance, he will weigh 2 of the 3 bricks. If they balance he will know the brick left unweighed is heavier, or if they do not balance, he will find the heavier one.

**Solution: **

## Show Answer

First he split them in to piles of 3, 3, and 2 bricks. Then he weighs both groups of 3 with each other. If they balance he knows the brick is one of the 2 unweighed bricks and he can weigh them to find the heaver one. If the the stacks of 3 bricks do not balance, he will weigh 2 of the 3 bricks. If they balance he will know the brick left unweighed is heavier, or if they do not balance, he will find the heavier one.

## Show Answer

First he split them in to piles of 3, 3, and 2 bricks. Then he weighs both groups of 3 with each other. If they balance he knows the brick is one of the 2 unweighed bricks and he can weigh them to find the heaver one. If the the stacks of 3 bricks do not balance, he will weigh 2 of the 3 bricks. If they balance he will know the brick left unweighed is heavier, or if they do not balance, he will find the heavier one.

#### I met a man and drew his name. He tipped his hat and played my game. What is his name?

**Answer: **Andrew

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