Solve Problems Better2019-01-15T13:52:34+00:00

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How can you get 30 by placing the balls into the boxes in the following equation?

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This question cannot be solved mathematically. Because the sum of three odd numbers cannot be even. But here the important thing is your attention When you place the balls numbered with 11 and 13, you will get 24. Then, if you place the ball numbered with 9 but inverted, you will get 24+6=30.

Which one is the top view of the tower on the left?

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If you look at to the tower from the above, the top layer is orange. So, the answer is definitely not C. The second purple layer will not be seen from the above because it is the same size with the top layer. And the third layer won't be seen either because it is smaller size then the top two layers. The fourth layer will be the next one that's going to be seen from the above around the purple layer. The last one is going to be the largest and and it is orange. According to these, the answer is going to be A

Which one is the right view for the person who stays at the orange point and looks at the figure from the pointed direction?

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Let's go step by step. There are obviously 4 blocks at the bottom. And the second layer above the bottom, there are 2 blocks on the right. So the answer is definitely not C. On the top layer, there is only one block that is seen. So, the answer is D

How many squares are there on a chessboard?

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If we order them according to their sizes: 8x8 : 1 7x7 : 4 6x6 : 9 5x5 : 16 4x4 : 25 3x3 : 36 2x2 : 49 1x1 : 64 So on a chessboard, there are 204 square.

How many triangles are there in the image?

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The number of triangles forms of 1 unit: 16 The number of triangles forms of 4 units: 7 The number of triangles forms of 9 units: 3 The number of triangles forms of 19 units: 1 The total number of triangles is 27.

If the dice will be moved until the pointed arrow's end, which number will be on the top?

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As a tip, the sum up the numbers of two reciprocal squares on dice is always 7. So, the answer is 3.

Now, the clock shows 3:35 pm. If the clock is rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise then what will be the time?

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The important point here is that it is being rotated counterclockwise. It means hour hand will be rotated 90 degrees upper and minute hand will go to the right. So, hour hand shows 12 and minute hand shows 4. That's why the answer is: 12:20

Replace the question mark with a number respecting the equations below. Find the pattern.

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If we think that each number on the left is the power of 4. 41=4 42=16 43=64 44= 256

Replace the question mark with the correct number in the equations below. Find the pattern.

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After you multiple the numbers, if you sum up all digits of the result you will get the answer. 12x12 = 144, 1+4+4 = 9 23x23 = 529, 5+2+9 = 16 34x34 = 1156, 1+1+5+6 = 13

A, B, C, D, and E are representing whole numbers different than each other and zero. So, what are those numbers?

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There is a five digit number, when it multiplies by 4 it gives again a five digit number but the new number is other way around. This number is: 21978 A=2, B=1, C=9, D=7, E=8

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