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## Clocking Out Riddle

Hint:

## The Number Of Triangles

Hint:

## Linking Squares Riddle

Hint:

Three squares - Square number 17, 19 and 23 are not linked with any other square.

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## Squaring Up Riddle

Hint:

17

Explanation:

Let us say that the smallest of the square is of 1 unit side.

We have 6 such squares. Now moving up, if we see the squares with side 2 units, we have 8 of them. Similarly we have 2 squares with side 3 units and 1 square with side 4 units.

6 + 8 + 2 + 1 = 17 squares.

YES NO

Explanation:

Let us say that the smallest of the square is of 1 unit side.

We have 6 such squares. Now moving up, if we see the squares with side 2 units, we have 8 of them. Similarly we have 2 squares with side 3 units and 1 square with side 4 units.

6 + 8 + 2 + 1 = 17 squares.

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## Triangle Kitten Riddle

Hint:

## Finding Circles

Hint:

17

Explanation:

You can see the center circle right?

There are 16 more circles. Probably you missed them. Just concentrate on the center circle for a moment and you will find the other 16 circles.

Thus there are a total of 17 circles in the given picture.

YES NO

Explanation:

You can see the center circle right?

There are 16 more circles. Probably you missed them. Just concentrate on the center circle for a moment and you will find the other 16 circles.

Thus there are a total of 17 circles in the given picture.

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## Rebus Riddle

Hint:

## Find The Squares

Hint:

30 squares.

Explanation:

Assuming smallest square side is 1 meters, then

Total number of squares with side 1 meters are 16

Total number of squares with side 2 meters are 9

Total number of squares with side 3 meters are 4

Total number of squares with side 4 meters is 1

summing 16+9+4+1 = 30

YES NO

Explanation:

Assuming smallest square side is 1 meters, then

Total number of squares with side 1 meters are 16

Total number of squares with side 2 meters are 9

Total number of squares with side 3 meters are 4

Total number of squares with side 4 meters is 1

summing 16+9+4+1 = 30

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## Find The Digits Riddle

In the number wheel in the picture, you can find several digits except one question mark.

Can you find the digit that should be placed in place of that question mark?

Can you find the digit that should be placed in place of that question mark?

Hint:

The required digit is 0.

If you add up all the digits in any diagonal, you will find the sum to be 25.

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If you add up all the digits in any diagonal, you will find the sum to be 25.

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## The Hidden Tiger

Hint:

Look at the stripes at tiger's body. It's written there.

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