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Math Puzzles, Riddles
Nothing pumps your brain better than the old and classic puzzle problems. And today we have one for you. So can you guess the answer? Quick, share it in the comments.
This puzzle will test your pattern-recognising skills. Let’s see if you can guess the correct top view of the tower.
Answer:D. First, look at the reference tower carefully. It has orange on the top, yellow beneath it — but of equal size so won’t be visible from the top, a larger yellow with a slightly larger orange at the bottom. Looking from the aerial view the orange pattern must be prominent followed by a thin yellow and slightly larger orange. That’s the first pattern — D.
Can you guess the missing number with logic? Please comment.. We are waiting for Math genius
Answer:6. This brain teaser requires you to observe the number and find-out the logic. Look carefully the number in the center circle of each line is half the sum of numbers towards its left and right. So, for the last line, the answer will be: 9 + 3 = 12 (÷ 2) = 6.
Can you guess which glass will fill up first? (Hint — look at the pipes carefully.)
Answer:Answer: 5. If you thought it is 6, it’s wrong. Look at the pipes connected to beakers. The lower pipe connected with the first beaker is closed — the water won’t go through it. So now eliminating options with closed pipes, it’s the beaker number 5 that’ll fill up first.
This is a secondary school level math puzzle. Let’s see how good is are you in cracking it. Share your answer in your comments.
Answer:Answer: C. Since Alex ranked 9th from the top there are 8 students ahead of him. And he ranked 38th from the bottom that means 37 students are behind him. So the total number of students will be 8 + Alex + 37= 46.
Can you identify the woman he’s married to? Hint: Look at the picture carefully.
Answer:Answer: B. This brain teaser is all about observation and some logic-lateral thinking. Look at pictures carefully, do you see any signs or indications to identify a married woman? Yes, the second woman has a ring on her ring finger.
Alright, this one is really simple. But most of the people get it wrong. Let’s see if you can get the right answer.
Answer:Answer: The doctor is the boy’s mother. The picture of fishing with the son conjures a “son-dad time” picture. Our mind perceives it must be the son’s dad or a male figure who went fishing. Well, that’s how these riddles play with our minds.
Most of the creatures on earth have red blood — but there are some exceptions. Can you name an animal that has blue blood? (Bonus points if you can tell why this animal has blue blood.)
Answer:Answer: Octopus, Squid, Horseshoe Crabs. The reason why these animals have blue blood is because of hemocyanin, a copper-rich protein present in their blood. While animals with red blood including humans have Hemoglobin, an iron-containing protein responsible for the red color.