12 Puzzles That Are Very Challenging – Can You Crack All Of Them?

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There are a lot of puzzles and riddles that appear very easy but are really very hard to crack. Nevertheless, there are times that it’s the opposite: we overthink and try to be very rational without paying attention to noticeable things.

 

Here are 12 puzzles that will get your brain to work. Always remember that it’s hard to make things simple and very easy to thwart them.

 

Note: Answers were provided below.

 

 

Puzzle #1:

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Puzzle #2:

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Puzzle #3:

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Puzzle #4:

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Puzzle #5:

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Puzzle #6:

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Puzzle #7:

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Puzzle #8:

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Puzzle #9:

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Puzzle #10:

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Puzzle #11:

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Puzzle #12:

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Now, let’s check if you got any correct answer.

 

 

(Please don’t scroll down unless you already have answers.)

 

 

 

 

Answers:

Puzzle #1: No, it can’t be sunny in 72 hours because it’s going to be midnight again.

 

Puzzle #2: The last piece of the fabric will be cut in 7 days.

 

Puzzle #3: The triangle is composed of 9 cubes.

 

Puzzle #4: The correct answer is 5 minutes. If 5 machines can make 5 T-shirts in 5 minutes, the more machines we have, the more T-shirts they will produce. But it’s not going to increase the amount of time.

 

Puzzle #5: You have to move any other match. Then the one in the middle will become either first or last.

 

Puzzle #6: An air balloon is being blown away with the wind movement, but it is at rest in respect to the air. That’s why flags aren’t going to wave in any direction — they’re going to hang down as if there was no wind at all.

 

Puzzle #7: You can’t answer “no” to the question “Are you alive?"

 

Puzzle #8: You have to place a decimal point between 4 and 5.

 

Puzzle #9: The correct answer is that he is sitting on your lap.

 

Puzzle #10: 1 + 17 — 3 = 9 + 6

 

Puzzle #11: Row 6, column 4.

 

Puzzle #12: The right triangle is tilted to the left.

 

 

 

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