**Answer #251**

The missing numbers are in order from top to bottom, left to right: 9, 7, 12, 17, 17, 2, 9.

**Answer #252**

Scrambled Egg.

**Answer #253**

Swim in Pond.

**Answer #254**

Mothman.

**Answer #255**

1. Wendy’s.

2. Nike.

3. Apple.

**Answer #256**

1. A watch.

2. In a dictionary.

3. The word is “Noon”.

**Answer #257**

1. Atlantis.

2. Ogopogo.

**Answer #258**

1. Steely McBeam, Pittsburgh Steelers.

2. Swoop, Philadelphia Eagles.

3. KC Wolf, Kansas City Chiefs.

**Answer #259**

1. From the TV series Hawaii 50.

2. From the TV series The Honeymooners.

3. From the TV series Good Times.

**Answer #260**

The subtotals columns are each $1 less than the Item price multiplied by the number of items, except for #3 that is correct, and the total is off by 10 cents.

## Questions 261-270

**Answer #261**

The body condition was inconsistent with someone jumping from a roof where the impact would have been in the legs or torso. Then if the apartment with the closed window was occupied as it was, there should have been no reason for the window to be closed in an older not air conditioned building.

**Answer #262**

As there is no thrust the only force being exerted against the lunar lander would be the gravity of the planet, so it is going in a downwards direction.

**Answer #263**

Garry Hoy.

**Answer #264**

1. BMW.

2. Evian.

3. Panasonic.

**Answer #265**

The missing numbers are top to bottom, left to right: 2, 3, 1, 1, 2, 3.

**Answer #266**

Beautifully shaped booty or rear end.

**Answer #267**

The same probability of 500,000.

**Answer #268**

Agonal breathing or an agonal gasp is the result of the last reflexes of a dying brain, and can happen after the heart has stopped beating. What the witness saw could have been an agonal gasp after the man’s companion had already suffocated him.

**Answer #269**

You can only travel in a triangle and end up at the start in the Arctic where the white Arctic Fox lives.

**Answer #270**

The airplane’s speed without wind would be 750 km/hour, or 700 + 50 = 800 – 50.

## Questions 271-280

**Answer #271**

Wooden toy controlled by strings; also a quasi politician.

**Answer #272**

1. His wife.

2. They can’t reach the eighteenth floor buttons yet.

**Answer #273**

Tomato Lover.

**Answer #274**

1. Moonchester, Manchester United.

2. Ibis, Miami Hurricanes.

3. Gunnersaurus, Arsenal.

**Answer #275**

You would ask each what the other would say. If the path on the right leads to eternal happiness and both men tell you the same thing, you would pick the opposite of what they both say, because one is telling the truth about what the other would say while the other one is lying about it being the truth.

**Answer #276**

Missing numbers by puzzle from top to bottom are: 36.1, 23.5, 14.9, 8.6, 1.5; 18.9, 6.5, 12.4, 0.2, 0.1; 29.9, 14.9, 7.7, 5.1, 4.6; 25.7, 8.4, 14.1, 2.4, 5.6; 23.2, 13.2, 3.3, 5.1; 6.4, 10.2, 3.6, 0.2, 3.4

**Answer #277**

1. Leprechaun.

2. Dragon.

**Answer #278**

Dragon Capsule.

**Answer #279**

1. Marks and Spencer.

2. George Foreman Grill.

3. Lego.

**Answer #280**

0 Kids Two Dogs.

## Questions 281-290

**Answer #281**

1. Youppi!, first with the Montreal Expos, now with the Montreal Canadians.

2. Sir Purr, Carolina Panthers.

3. Staley Da Bear, Chicago Bears.

**Answer #282**

The sum is zero as the series includes 1,0,-1 and a number multiplied by zero is zero.

**Answer #283**

1. A rubber band.

2. A stamp.

3. An envelope.

**Answer #284**

Jekyll and Hyde.

**Answer #285**

The missing numbers along each outside line are combinations of 0, 1, 2.

**Answer #286**

Taming of the Shrew.

**Answer #287**

The first alternative will result in an average speed of 140 km/h over the 100 laps, while the pit stop alternative of an equivalent 3 minutes loss of progress would be 150 km minus 7.5 km (150 / 60 * 3) or 142.5 km/h, so it would be best to pit.

**Answer #288**

1. A fire.

2. The Future.

3. Soap.

**Answer #289**

1. Energizer Batteries.

2. 7UP.

3. Disney.

**Answer #290**

Christopher Knight.

## Questions 291-295

**Answer #291**

Fourth level from the bottom, between the second and third squares from the left.

**Answer #292**

On the left going downwards the numbers are: 6, 15, 20, 15; and the right side going downwards the numbers are: 7, 8, 7, 4.

**Answer #293**

The empty containers held the bandits with parachutes that grabbed the duffle bags of money when a sufficient altitude for purposes of a skydiving get away was reached. The turbulence experienced was a result of opening the cargo door in mid flight, for which the team of bandits had disconnect the warning buzzer and the tired pilot did not pay attention to, and then the door closing itself in the wind.

**Answer #294**

Shape C.

**Answer #295**

The missing numbers along each outside line are 0 or add up to 0.