Brain Practice AnswersMarch 2018
Did you try each several times?
Here are the answers to Brain Practice, March 2018
Teresa Puzzle (this has been clogging the internet!)
The correct answer is “3) Teresa’s daughter.”
If you think about it, the phrase “my daughter’s mother” could be substituted for the word “me.”
So then it would read, “If Teresa’s daughter is me, what am I to Teresa?”
Because if you’re a female (which you are in this scenario), then the phrase “my daughter’s mother” could only apply to you.
If you were a male, you’d be Teresa’s son-in-law.
Were you among the few internationally who found the right answer?
Count the Squares
Dividing Decimals Riddle
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