Puzzle Duniya brings few interesting brain bashes for all those who love to play with **puzzle games, riddles and math harder magic**. If you have an affinity towards these subjects, then you have just come to the wonderful place to nurture your grey matter and polish it with sharp-thoughts further.

So, why are you waiting for? Don’t waste your time further and challenge yourself to put a step forward to take part in the below brain games.

**Q1.** Just imagine that you are given a broken calculator with keys + – ÷ × =, the only functional number is 7. How could you get 34 to appear in the readout?

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**Q2.** On a worn, 39 cm ruler, the only marks remaining are at 0, 8, 15, 17, 20, 21, 31, and 39. What is the shortest distance that cannot be measured between 2 marks?

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**Q3.** What do these 12 words have in common: poll, hock, dock, stifle, flank, withers, crest, cannon, muzzle, chestnut, croup, shank.

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**Q4.** In the squares below, which is the greater angle?. A+B, or C?

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**Q5.** Place words zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, and ten into the puzzle below. The words may read horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. TWO and SEVEN have already been placed.

**Q6.** The letter triple “azz” occurs twice in razzmatazz. What words contain each of the following triples twice?

**ach ama ant ard ckt eno hua **

**igh mat ono osc own phi rac **

**tic tor und utt**

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**achach**e

A**ma**lg**ama**ted

**Ant**ioxid**ant**

C**ard**bo**ard**

Ph**eno**m**eno**n

Chi**huahua**

H**igh**l**igh**t

**Mat**he**mat**ics

M**ono**t**ono**us

**Osc**ill**osc**ope

D**own**t**own**

**Phi**loso**phi**cal

**Rac**et**rac**k

Anticlimactic

**Tor**men**tor**

**Und**ergro**und**

sc**utt**leb**utt**

**Q7.** Observe the shape below. You need to move one shape to make the whole figure a symmetric one.

**Q8.** In a triangular garden, 4 plants are in a row. Add 6 more plants to make 5 rows of 4 plants. Each plant must be in one of the square plots.

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1 horizontal row,

1 vertical row

**Q9.** You are given a shape below. You need to divide it into two identical pieces:

**Q10.** You have 15 true coins and 1 fake coin, which is heavier or lighter than the others. With 2 weightings on a balance scale, how do you determine whether the fake coin is heavier or lighter?

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^{st}weighing: weigh 5 against 5. If balanced, they are all true; then weigh 6 of all those against remaining 6 coins to determine if they are heavier or lighter. If the 1

^{st}weighing is imbalanced, the remaining 6 are true – weigh 5 of those against the coins in the heavier pan.

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