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You are watching: Connect 12 dots with 5 straight lines ## MIND-Xpander puzzle

Twelve Dot an obstacle – affix the 12 dots through 5 directly lines without lifting your pen or pencil turn off the paper or going through any type of dot twice. There may be several beginning point with similar results. ## Can-U-Figure-It-Out puzzle

How many squares, of any size, are there in the complying with diagram? ## EQUATE-Sums puzzles

The numbers in each row include up to the totals top top the right and the number in each column add up come the totals follow me the bottom. The sum of the numbers in the two diagonals are additionally given. Using the number 1 to 9 to meet each amount as shown, settle the puzzles. (Note: every number can be provided only once.)  ## Feedback

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## MIND-Xpander numeric puzzles

The size of one box room all two-thirds that the dimensions of another. If the volume of the smaller sized is 64 cubic centimetres, what is the volume of the bigger box?Solution : The dimensions of the smaller box room 4 x 4 x 4 = 64. The dimensions of the bigger box are 3/2 x 4 = 6. Therefore, volume the the larger box is 6 x 6 x 6 = 216 cu. Cm. or (3/2 x 3/2 x 3/2) x 64 = (27/8) x 64 = 216 cu. Cm.Arrange the digits 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, using only plus and also minus signs (addition and subtraction), so the they full 111. Utilizing the same instructions, kinds the digits because that totals of 222, and 333. (Note – There may be more than one solution)Solution: 135 – 24 = 111, 214 + 3 + 5 = 222, 345 – 12 = 333

## CROSS-Numbers (mini) puzzle

Cross-numbers puzzles are like Crosswords however using numbers instead of words. Use the across and DOWN clues to recognize which digits belongs in every square in the diagram. Resolve the adhering to puzzle. Note Digits may be repetitive within a number. ACROSS

Its last digit is the sum of its first two digits.Each digit is same divisible through the an initial digit, i m sorry is no 1; 2 digits room the same.The last 2 digits divided by the very first two digits equals the critical digit.Two that its digits room the same

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The number has different odd digits in no unique 8iorder; the second digit gift the largest.A 2-digit square is followed by an additional 2-digit square; its very first and critical digits room the same.Its first digit is the product of the last 2 digits.Its last digit is the sum of its first two digits.