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**Problem – 1:**

Below an equation has been written:

2 + 7 = 63

3 + 2 = 10

4 + 8 = 96

5 + 6 = 66

9 + 5 = ??

Following the above patter, you need to find the number to replace the question mark and complete the series.

**Solution:**

Let’s denote each row of equation as below:

2 + 7 = 63 ——————— (I)

3 + 2 = 10 ——————— (II)

4 + 8 = 96 ——————— (III)

5 + 6 = 66 ——————— (IV)

9 + 5 = ?? ——————— (V)

From row (I),

2 + 7 = 63 is possible by the following way:

2 + 7 = 9, and 9* 7 = 63 (L.H.S = R.H.S)

From row (II),

3 + 2 = 10 is possible by the following way:

3 + 2 = 5, and 5* 2 = 10 (L.H.S = R.H.S)

From row (III),

4 + 8 = 96 is possible by the following way:

4 + 8 = 12, and 12* 8 = 96 (L.H.S = R.H.S)

From row (IV),

5 + 6 = 66 is possible by the following way:

5 + 6 = 11, and 11* 6 = 66 (L.H.S = R.H.S)

Similarly,

From row (V),

9 + 5 = ?? and according the same logic, we get

9 + 5 = 14, and 14 * 5 = 70

So, the question mark will be replaced by the number 70

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**Problem – 2:**

Below an equation has been written:

11 x 11 = 4

30 x 20 = 5

13 x 11 = 6

15 x 10 = 7

24 x 13 = ??

Following the above patter, you need to find the number to replace the question mark and complete the series.

**Solution:**

Let’s denote each row of equation as below:

11 x 11 = 4 ——————— (I)

30 x 20 = 5 ——————— (II)

13 x 11 = 6 ——————— (III)

15 x 10 = 7 ——————— (IV)

24 x 13 = ?? ——————— (V)

From row (I),

11 x 11 = 4 is possible by the following way:

(1 + 1) = 2, and again (1 + 1) = 2

Now adding 2 with 2, we get (2 + 2) = 4 (L.H.S = R.H.S)

From row (II),

30 x 20 = 5 is possible by the following way:

(3 + 0) = 3, and again (2 + 0) = 2

Now adding 3 with 2, we get (3 + 2) = 5 (L.H.S = R.H.S)

From row (III),

13 x 11 = 6 is possible by the following way:

(1 + 3) = 4, and again (1 + 1) = 2

Now adding 4 with 2, we get (4 + 2) = 6 (L.H.S = R.H.S)

From row (IV),

15 x 10 = 7 is possible by the following way:

(1 + 5) = 6, and again (1 + 0) = 1

Now adding 6 with 1, we get (6 + 1) = 7 (L.H.S = R.H.S)

Similarly,

From row (V),

24 x 13 = ?? and according the same logic, we get

(2 + 4) = 6, and again (1 + 3) = 4

Now adding 6 with 4, we get (6 + 4) = 10

So, the question mark will be replaced by the number 10

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**Problem – 3:**

Below an equation has been written:

1111 = R

2222 = T

3333 = E

4444 = N

5555 = ??

Following the above patter, you need to find the number to replace the question mark and complete the series.

**Solution:**

Let’s denote each row of equation as below:

1111 = R ——————— (I)

2222 = T ——————— (II)

3333 = E ——————— (III)

4444 = N ——————— (IV)

5555 = ?? ——————— (V)

From row (I),

1111 = R is possible by the following way:

(1 + 1 + 1 +1) = FOUR, and taking the last letter of the word ‘FOUR’, we get the ultimate letter ‘R’ (L.H.S = R.H.S)

From row (II),

2222 = T is possible by the following way:

(2 + 2 + 2 +2) = EIGHT, and taking the last letter of the word ‘EIGHT’, we get the ultimate letter ‘T’ (L.H.S = R.H.S)

From row (III),

3333 = E is possible by the following way:

(3 + 3 + 3 +3) = TWELVE, and taking the last letter of the word ‘TWELVE’, we get the ultimate letter ‘E’ (L.H.S = R.H.S)

From row (IV),

4444 = N is possible by the following way:

(4 + 4 + 4 +4) = SIXTEEN, and taking the last letter of the word ‘SIXTEEN’, we get the ultimate letter ‘N’ (L.H.S = R.H.S)

Similarly,

From row (V),

5555 = ?? and according the same logic, we get

(5 + 5 + 5 + 5) = TWENTY, and taking the last letter of the word ‘TWENTY’, we get the ultimate letter ‘Y’ (L.H.S = R.H.S)

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Now study the above article and make yourself prepare hard for your upcoming competitive exams.

]]>Below are **10 top quality puzzles for you**. Try to solve them yourself and prove that you are a true genius and have the ability to solve anything logically complex factors. Also very useful for you, particularly when you are preparing yourself for various sorts of *competitive exams like Banking PO, L.I.C, CDS, IAS, IPS, WBCS, SSC, PSC and many more*. Also you may find a lot of these puzzles in your *corporate exam papers*.

**Q1.** In the below image, you are given some small squares within a large square with few small sections are blank. You need to place letters in those empty squares, so that you get 11 words reading across and down.

**Q2.** Sam, Jorden, Sylvia, Smith, and Kevin all bought items from the mail-order magazine. Sam & Jorden paid $150, Jorden & Sylvia paid $200, Sylvia & Smith paid $170, Smith & Kevin paid $210, and Kevin & Sam paid $100. How much did each person spend?

Sam spend $5, Jorden spend $145, Sylvia spend $55, Smith spend $115, and Kevin spend $95.

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**Q3.** Multiplying Ravi’s age by 6 then subtracting 6 produces the same result as subtracting 7 from his age then multiplying by 7. How old is Ravi?

Ravi is 43 years old. Either way 252 is the result.

6x – 6 = (x – 7) * 7 = 7x – 49

6x – 6 = 7x – 49

7x – 6x = 49 – 6 = 43

x = 43

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**Q4.** In how many ways can 4 lemons be distributed among 4 people – Ram, Sam, Jadu, and Madhu?

35 ways – (Ram, Ram, Ram, Ram), (Ram, Ram, Ram, Sam)…………….(Madhu, Madhu, Madhu, Madhu).

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**Q5.** Arrange the number 1 to 9 in the petals below so that each line of 3 petals sums to 14. You can see that 3 numbers have already been placed on that petals.

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**Q6.** You are given a diagram below, arranges with few sticks. You need to divide the diagram in halfway by additional 2 sticks.

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**Q7.** Below you can see a diagram full of small piece of squares, with each square having a particular number within it. A question mark (“?”) is already placed within a small square. You need to tell which number will replace the question mark:

6

[(7*1) – (3*2) = 1]…………………………[(7*6) – (9*4) = 6]

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**Q8.** Below you can see few white and black circles forming a big square. You need to place numbers 1 to 15 in the white circles so that the distance from 1-2, 2-3, 3-4 and so on progressively increase each time:

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**Q9.** Below you can see few straight lines are joined with few small circles to form a prism-like diagram. You need to arrange the numbers 0 to 9 within the circles so that no two consecutive numbers are connected by a straight line:

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**Q10.** Without lifting the pen from the paper, 6 lines can be drawn through the 4×4 grid of dots below, with the starting and ending points the same. How many circular arcs are necessary, in the same grid?

West faces North, East faces South, North faces West

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]]>You** need to think logically** to find the actual answer for each one represent below:

**Q1. 1 Girl and 1 Boy**

Ramos and Famos (The names are takes just as an assumption) are newly married couple with 2 beautiful kids, one of them is a sweet little girl. Now safely assume that the probability of each gender is 1/2. What is the probability that the other kid is also a girl child?

Below you are shown the possible combinations of two children:-

Girl – Girl

Girl – Boy

Boy – Boy

Boy – Girl

We already know that one of them is a girl child, so there is no chance of Boy – Boy probability and we could easily drop that. So only 3 possibilities left, among which one is 2 girls combination. Hence, we can draw the line with the final answer of 1/3rd probability of the other child to be a girl one.

Below you are given a square figure (combinations of small squares) and digits from 1 to 8. You need to write the number from 1 to 8 into the square, so that the squares with consecutive numbers (1,2 or 5,6 etc.) neither touch the edges nor corners.

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5th row: 2 2 2 2 1 2

6th row: 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1

The duck’s bill is the bunny’s ear.

Try to solve every interesting brainy substances at your own discretion. Definitely you will love to be engaged with the problems given and

If you love this topic, want to be engaged, tease your brain the right way, figuring things tit-a-bit until the joy of solving them; then you are at the right place.

Below are 5 number puzzles given to you with answer and explanation. But before seeing the answer, try to solve them yourself for your own benefit.

**Q1.)** In the diagram, you are given 3 circles in triangular form. Tell what number will replace the question mark (?).

Answer Option:

10

17

23

29

10

Numbers in the segments of the left hand circle equal the difference between numbers in corresponding segments of the two right hand circles.

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**Q2.) ** In the below diagram, a number is missing from the last oval. Tell what number will replace the question mark(?)

Answer Option:

1043

1119

1143

1213

1143

Starting with the top 3 digit number, the first digit increases by 2 as you descend, from 1 to 11. The middle digit decreases by 1 each time, and the right hand digit alternates between 5 and 3.

How To Solve Number Puzzles in Linear Oval… *by puzzleduniya*

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**Q3.) **In the below diagram, four circles are given in a symmetrical order. Only one number is missing in a particular section of the circle. Tell what number will replace the question mark(?)

Answer Option:

3

6

11

23

6

Numbers in the lower left circle equal the sum of the numbers in corresponding segments of the top two circles, and numbers in the lower right circle equal the difference of the numbers in corresponding segments of the top two circles.

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Q4.) In the below diagram, 3 starts are given in a linear form. Only one number is missing from the center of the last star. Tell what number will replace the question mark(?)

Answer Option:

7

10

17

26

10

In each star diagram, the number in the center equals the sum of the top three numbers, subtracting the sum of the bottom two numbers.

Number Puzzles Solution Tricks – Puzzle Duniya *by puzzleduniya*

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Q5.) In the below diagram, few square numbers are given in some order. Every square consists a number in it’s center except the last one.

Answer Option:

4

6

11

15

6

On each row, add the values of the left hand and central boxes to give the value in the right hand box.

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Solve the above puzzles and once again make your brain perspire.

]]>Puzzle is always interesting when you taken it to the close at your heart. Every time you try to solve a puzzle, your brain needs to be worked out in tandem to visualize the right answer. It’s not always easy to follow the trick that in inhibited within the question, but following the path on a right direction, will definitely help you to unfurl the mystery.

Here you are given very interesting figures to work your brain out. Apply your common sense and presence of mind to find the right answer for each of them.

Watch the colorful image minutely below. Just see what the magic is slowly happening there.

**1.** You need to say what number replaces the question (?) mark:

Answer option:

4

12

14

26

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**2.** Here you get an interesting figure to work out. You need to say which number to replace the question (?) mark:

Answer option:

6

9

19

29

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**3.** Here you get the puzzle in circular form. You need to follow the order properly and say which number to replace the question (?) mark:

Answer option:

10

16

23

29

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**4.** You are given four segmented circles, where each segment contain a number except one segment which left blank. You need to say which number to replace the question (?) mark on that particular segment:

Answer option:

7

11

13

19

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Now you have got four puzzles to work. Think properly to answer each and every one. You need to work hard if you think less, but once you think deeply, the answer is just put behind the logic.

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