Did you try each puzzle several times?
Here are the answers to Brain Practice, January, 2020
Which balls complete the equation? (Logic puzzle)
Answer: 11 + 13 + 6 = 30.
How can this be? You have a question, I’m sure!
In this riddle, the instructions say you need to put the balls into the boxes (note that it doesn’t say the number in the box) So you can take the ball with 9 on it and invert it to make it appear to be a 6.
Sorry, it seems like a trick! they aren’t all like this.
Who stole the plate?
Answer and reasoning contained in the PDF – click the link: detective-puzzle
Find the Oxymoron – there was a lot of thinking involved in finding these!
Well done if you persisted.
Did you notice the half-filled glasses?
Did you Solve these?
Take away my first letter, take away my second letter, take away all my letters and I would remain the same. What am I?
I have two arms, but fingers none, I have two feet but cannot run. I carry well but I have found I carry best with my feet off the ground. What am I?
I have one, you have one. If you remove the first letter, a bit remains. If you remove the second, bit still remains. If you remove the third, it still remains. What am I?
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