It is important to exercise your mind, no matter how intelligent you are. These few puzzles can leave you thinking for hours. Let’s see how intelligent you are. It is believed that only people with an IQ higher than 120 can get the nearest possible answer. But even they are not confident with their answer. Let’s see how close you can get.
It might look very easy to count triangles. After all it is one of the very first things that you learned in your life. But once you start counting you end up recounting again and again spotting something new every time. So get ready to have your mind blown!
Well if you have counted the triangles, I recommend you to count them once again. People often forget to count either the biggest or the smallest triangle. So their count comes a bit off. Think you have the perfect answer? Well, take a look for yourself
If you counted 24 then well done you were spot on. But if you were close enough, try to find the exact answer in the next one.
Try to figure out which spiral is made of one rope and which one is made up of two ropes.
It might seem really easy to figure out but wait till you see the answer.
Fold the puzzle in your mind and guess what kind of the cube will the shown shape make.
Think about your answer twice
If you said the answer was A you are wrong
The answer is not B either
But the answer is D, and you are wrong again
Try solving it again. Maybe you are doing it wrong. Concentrate on the small details. This puzzle is much more difficult to solve than it looks. You need very high concentration to find the exact answer.
The answer is not 67
Its not 165 either
can you find all four of the words which are camouflaged within this picture
Hint: the words are hidden within themselves.
Can you find the 6 hidden words in this picture? Look closely.
Try to think hard. And remember you can only move 3 toothpicks
Add two matchsticks so that this equation is true.
Remember you cannot move any match sticks you can only add two.
If you try hard enough and don’t miss out any you can find the correct answer.
Remember the Es have to be identical. I.e. the center bar should be half the size of the top bar.
There are seven groups of triangles shown in the diagrams above. Each group consists of exactly five triangles with every triangle rotated 72 degrees around the center of the pentagon; one triangle from every group is highlighted in the respective diagram. So the total number of the triangles in the pentagon is 7×5=35.
So a total of 44 Es can be seen.