# Brain Practice Answers

September 2019

## Did you try each several times?

Here are the answers to Brain Practice, September, 2019

The answer is: 1

Two hexagons = 18, so one must equal 9.

9 + 9 take away a circle = 11 so the circle must = 7

A circle (7) x a hexagon (9) + a square = 80 so the red square must = 17.

17 – 7 – 1 = 9

**Find the poisoned pill.**

Did you have a different solution?

#### Did you find the words?

The word was **Smart**

In order: mart, art, trams, rams

**Can you replace the question mark?**

The answer is: 36

#### T Puzzle solution

**Did you Solve these?**

What begins and ends with ‘e’ but has only one letter?

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A man buys a horse for $60. He sells it for $70.

He then buys the horse back for $80. And he sells the horse for $90.

In the end, how much money did the man make or lose? Or did he break even?

**ENVELOPE**———————————————————-

A man buys a horse for $60. He sells it for $70.

He then buys the horse back for $80. And he sells the horse for $90.

In the end, how much money did the man make or lose? Or did he break even?

**HE MADE $20 – $10 ON EACH TRANSACTION.**

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A woman gave birth to two sons at the same hour of the same day in the same year. Yet they are not twins. How can that be?

A woman gave birth to two sons at the same hour of the same day in the same year. Yet they are not twins. How can that be?

**THE SONS WERE TWO OF TRIPLETS**

**What’s the Number?**

It is always 13. Do you know why?

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