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## Pattern Riddles To Solve

## Solving Pattern Riddles

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## Find Those Missing Numbers Riddle

In the attached figure, you can find two missing numbers. Can you analyze the pattern and find those missing numbers?

Hint:

The number missing on the left is 8 and the one on right is 7.

Explanation:

The pattern:

The number in the center of triangle is the square root of the sum of the numbers sitting outside on the corners.

Thus,

10 + 22 + 4 = 36

Square Root of 36 = 6

In the same manner:

10 + 42 + 12 = 64

Square Root of 64 = 8

12 + 22 + 15 = 49

Square Root of 49 = 7

YES NO

Explanation:

The pattern:

The number in the center of triangle is the square root of the sum of the numbers sitting outside on the corners.

Thus,

10 + 22 + 4 = 36

Square Root of 36 = 6

In the same manner:

10 + 42 + 12 = 64

Square Root of 64 = 8

12 + 22 + 15 = 49

Square Root of 49 = 7

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## The Picnic Pattern Riddle

There were three friends- Jade, Alicia, and Damien, and they were playing a game called "I'm Going on a Picnic." The object of the game is to figure out the pattern of the objects listed.

(Jade starts, then Alicia and Damien-Assume that they could all go to the picnic.)

Jade: I'm going on a picnic. and I'm going to bring Ants.

Alicia: I'm going to bring Dogs.

Damien: I'm bringing some Juice.

Jade: Lemons.

Alicia: An Almanac.

Damien: Art.

Jade: Iguanas.

Alicia: Money.

Damien: Dirt.

Jade: Cats.

Alicia: Igloos.

Damien: Elephants...

What is the pattern?

(Jade starts, then Alicia and Damien-Assume that they could all go to the picnic.)

Jade: I'm going on a picnic. and I'm going to bring Ants.

Alicia: I'm going to bring Dogs.

Damien: I'm bringing some Juice.

Jade: Lemons.

Alicia: An Almanac.

Damien: Art.

Jade: Iguanas.

Alicia: Money.

Damien: Dirt.

Jade: Cats.

Alicia: Igloos.

Damien: Elephants...

What is the pattern?

Hint: Look at the first letters of what Damien says, then look at the first letter of what Jade and Alicia say. Think about it, but not too hard!

They were spelling out the name of the person who would go after them.

(Damien said Juice, Art, Dirt, and Elephants-JADE)

YES NO

(Damien said Juice, Art, Dirt, and Elephants-JADE)

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## The Number Pattern Riddle

Hint:

31131211131221.

Each line, excluding the first, describes the one before it.

1

11 <---describes 1st line, read as "one 1"

21 <---describes 2nd line, read as "two 1's"

1211 <---describes 3rd line, read as "one 2 two 1's"

YES NO

Each line, excluding the first, describes the one before it.

1

11 <---describes 1st line, read as "one 1"

21 <---describes 2nd line, read as "two 1's"

1211 <---describes 3rd line, read as "one 2 two 1's"

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## The Speed Of A Bee

Two bikes are traveling toward each other at a constant speed of 10 mph. When the bikes are 20 miles apart, a bee flies from the front wheel of one of the bikes toward the other bike at a constant speed of 25 mph. As soon as it reaches the front wheel of the other bike, it immediately turns around and flies at 25 mph toward the first bike. It continues this pattern until the two bikes smush the bee between the two front tires.

How far did the bee travel?

How far did the bee travel?

Hint:

25 miles.

The easiest way to think about this is to consider the time. The bikes will take 1 hour to touch, given that they start 20 miles apart and are each traveling toward each other at 10 mph.

Therefore the bee is buzzing back and forth at 25 mph for 1 hour.

YES NO

The easiest way to think about this is to consider the time. The bikes will take 1 hour to touch, given that they start 20 miles apart and are each traveling toward each other at 10 mph.

Therefore the bee is buzzing back and forth at 25 mph for 1 hour.

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## The Bee And The Bikes Riddle

Two bikes are traveling toward each other at a constant speed of 10 mph. When the bike are 20 miles apart, a bee flies from the front wheel of one of the bikes toward the other bike at a constant speed of 25 mph. As soon as it reaches the front wheel of the other bike, it immediately turns around and flies at 25 mph toward the first bike. It continues this pattern until the two bikes smush the bee between the two front tires.

How far did the bee travel?

How far did the bee travel?

Hint:

25 miles.

The easiest way to think about this is to consider the time. The bikes will take 1 hour to touch, given that they start 20 miles apart and are each traveling toward each other at 10 mph.

Therefore the bee is buzzing back and forth at 25 mph for 1 hour.

YES NO

The easiest way to think about this is to consider the time. The bikes will take 1 hour to touch, given that they start 20 miles apart and are each traveling toward each other at 10 mph.

Therefore the bee is buzzing back and forth at 25 mph for 1 hour.

*Did you answer this riddle correctly?*YES NO

## Colors Pattern Riddle

Which one of the colors (not all of that color, just one part of a group) should be changed to make the pattern correct :

1) Black : Red

2) Blue : White

3) Yellow : Black

4) Red : Red

5) Black : White

6) Blue : Black

7) Yellow: Red

8) Red : Blue

9) Black : Black

10) Blue : Red

11) Yellow : White

12) Red : Black

1) Black : Red

2) Blue : White

3) Yellow : Black

4) Red : Red

5) Black : White

6) Blue : Black

7) Yellow: Red

8) Red : Blue

9) Black : Black

10) Blue : Red

11) Yellow : White

12) Red : Black

Hint:

The latter part of # 8 should be white. The pattern on the left goes black, blue, yellow, red, black, etc, and the pattern on the right goes red, white, black, red, etc.

YES NO

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## The Next Number In This Pattern

I am an even number. I have 9 tens. I am the next number in this pattern: 84, 88, 92, __. What am I?

Hint:

## Less Than 90 Riddle

I am an even number. I am less than 90. I come next in this pattern: 48, 58, 68, 78, ___. What am I?

Hint:

## Between 80 And 90 Riddle

I am between 80 and 90. I am > 83. I am the next number in this pattern: 96, 93, 90, __ . What am I?

Hint:

## More Than 6 Times Riddle

I am more than 6 dimes. I am an even number. I am the next number in this pattern: 60, 62, 64, ___. What am I?

Hint:

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