**Answer #101**

Wife’s euphoric

**Answer #102**

Answered by calculating the number of available alternatives at each way point going south, being: Reykjavik – 2 routes available, Oslo – 3 routes available, Stockholm – 1 route available, Copenhagen – 2 routes available, Berlin – 3 routes available, Vienna – 1 route available, Bern – 1 route available, Amsterdam – 2 routes available, Brussels – 1 route available, London – 3 routes available, Paris – 2 routes available, Madrid – 1 route available, or 2 x 3 x 1 x 2 x 3 x 1 x 2 x 1 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 432

**Answer #103**

1. Accident and emergency

2. Over The Counter

3. British Film Institute

4. Entertainment and Sports Programming Network

5. Diesel-engined road vehicles

6. Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe and later Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere package

**Answer #104**

1. Tongue

2. City Hall

**Answer #105**

“Saved By The Bell”

**Answer #106**

Missing numbers from top to bottom, left to right are: 0, 0, 0, 0

**Answer #107**

Are you affectionate

**Answer #108**

1. Cheung Chau Bun Festival.

2. Nyepi or the Day of Silence

**Answer #109**

1. Houston

2. The Hague

**Answer #110**

Numbers in order from top right to bottom left: 9, 2, 1, 2, 3, 1, 1, 8, 3, 3, 3, 1, 8

**Answer #111**

1. There are three people in line, two in front of the last, two behind the first and one person between the other two.

2. Barbara

## Questions 111-120

**Answer #112**

Looking at the image upside down the parking spot number would be number 87.

**Answer #113**

The answer is 1, moving through the addition in the brackets, then multiplication of the brackets and finally division

**Answer #114**

Billionaire (1 multiplied by 10 to the power of 9)

**Answer #115**

1. A sponge

2. A tea bag

**Answer #116**

The answer is 1, as exponents are performed after parentheses and other grouping symbols have been simplified and before any multiplication, division, subtraction and addition that are outside the parentheses or other grouping symbols.

**Answer #117**

Missing numbers from top to bottom, left to right are –

Left Square – this series involves multiplication across values: 26, 14

Right Square – this series involves addition of the square of each value: 3, 2, 3, 3

**Answer #118**

Anyone Near

**Answer #119**

One solution is: Reykjavik -> Oslo -> Stockholm -> Helsinki -> Vienna -> Rome -> Vienna -> Bern -> Paris -> Madrid -> Lisbon for 1600 euros, or the reverse

**Answer #120**

“It ain’t over ’til it’s over”

## Questions 121-130

**Answer #121**

1. Kyoto Institute of Technology

2. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

3. American Civil Liberties Union

4. Dots Per Inch

5. National Research Council

6. Category-5 Cable

**Answer #122**

1. The Feast of Anastenaria

2. Underwater Music Festival

**Answer #123**

1. The word is “NON”

2. The son’s name is “What”

**Answer #124**

1. As Soon As possible

2. From the Latin word statum, means “Immediately”

3. As Far As I Know

4. Be Right Back

5. To Be Honest

6. Rolling On the Floor Laughing

**Answer #125**

1. A Reflection

2. One

**Answer #126**

1. Pi Day, March 14

2. Earth Day

**Answer #127**

The order of houses lived in from left to right is as follows: Mr. George or Mrs. Perkins, Ms. Friday, Mr. Smith, Mr. George or Mrs. Perkins, Mr. Jones.

**Answer #128**

1. Brussels

2. Capitol Hill

**Answer #129**

1. A Barber

2. The letter “N”

**Answer #130**

“A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush”

## Questions 131-140

**Answer #131**

1. Winnie the Pooh

2. Peppa Pig

**Answer #132**

The partial print on the murder weapon belongs to Jeff that would have had no reason to touch it during meal preparation, but we know that only Jorge was not present at the murder since he did not see Jody dead. The murder must have just happened since Jody was still bleeding on discovery. So potential murderers that did the deed or were involved include Jeff and Jennifer.

**Answer #133**

Missing numbers from top to bottom, left to right are –

Left Square: -1, -4, 13, -15, 10

Right Square: -45, 14, 3, 62, -22

**Answer #134**

“Two Peas In A Pod”

**Answer #135**

Missing numbers from top to bottom, left to right are: 217, 101, 116, 45, 18, 27, 7, 1, 6, -1

**Answer #136**

One solution is 11 cities: Bern -> Rome -> Vienna -> Berlin -> Amsterdam -> Brussels -> Paris -> London -> Copenhagen -> Stockholm -> Helsinki or the reverse

**Answer #137**

1. Gunnersaurus, Arsenal

2. Cozmo

**Answer #138**

Earned retirement

**Answer #139**

1. Day of the Dead

2. Lewes Bonfire

**Answer #140**

The puzzle uses binary numbers in place of decimal numbers. Missing numbers from top to bottom, left to right are: 010, 100, 011, 011

## Questions 141-150

**Answer #141**

1. A piano or keyed instrument.

2. Only one as afterwards the basket will not be empty.

**Answer #142**

1. National Chocolate Day

2. Tió de Nadal

**Answer #143**

Missing numbers from top to bottom, left to right are: 276, 71, 41, 30, 21, 20, 10, 6, 15, 5, 5, 7, 8, -3

**Answer #144**

The answer is 126, as exponents are performed first parentheses before any multiplication that are outside the parentheses or other grouping symbols.

**Answer #145**

Examination

**Answer #146**

Casper the Friendly Ghost

**Answer #147**

Hormone Doctor

**Answer #148**

Numbers order from top right to bottom left: 30, 4, 10, 2, 5

**Answer #149**

1. Shirley sleeps during the night.

2. Best to let the tiger attack the lion.

**Answer #150**

1. By the Way

2. In My Humble Opinion

3. See You Later

4. In Real Life

5. Too Fast For You

6. Hope This Helps