A+ Click : Thinking Outside The Box


Thinking Outside The BoxA father wishes to divide a square piece of land . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many squares can you make using twelve . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxA gardener has to reach the island in the middle . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxThe matchsticks make a spiral that goes . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxThe left picture shows nine dots arranged in a 3 . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxWhat number should replace the question mark?

Thinking Outside The BoxWhat number should replace the question mark?

Thinking Outside The BoxThe diagram shows 15 billiard balls that fit . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxFifteen billiard balls perfectly fit into a . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI enclosed 9 apple trees using a large square . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxThe diagram shows my square pond with a tree in . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxA girl wants to cut the paper into several equal . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxFour matchsticks form a square. How many . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxEnclosed is a lamb using a 4-crosspiece log . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxYou have four piles: three piles with real coins . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxBenny Bunny starts jumping from a hole. Every . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI would like to cut the shape into the fewest . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many seconds were in 2012?

Thinking Outside The BoxI want to move just one matchstick to make the . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxThinking outside the box: 52 - 28 = 4 . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxLarge individual letters are differently priced. . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxFour matchsticks form a square. How many . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxGuesstimation. How many tennis balls can fit . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxWhich number comes next? 2, 12, 1112, 3112, . . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxOn an island, all parents continue to have . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI want to measure exactly six minutes from the . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI arranged eight wooden sticks in the shape of a . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI arranged twelve one-inch wooden sticks in a . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxYou have 240 golden bricks identical in size and . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxLogic puzzle: a secret door. A man approached . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxFind the angle between two diagonals drawn on two . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxAn entrepreneur wants to hire the best person for . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI sell my car. People come to my garage one at a . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxLogic riddle This occurs once in every second, . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxA lot of money is in a box. None or just one . . .

Thinking Outside The Box I took several pieces of fruit from the bowls. . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxFind the odd one out.

Thinking Outside The BoxOn average there are 100,000 strands of hair on a . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxWhat is the next letter in this series?

Thinking Outside The BoxWhat is the smallest number of matchsticks you . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxYou are shrunk so that your height is equal to . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI have a rectangular piece of cheese with a round . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxIt takes exactly 1 hour to burn a rope when I . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxLogic puzzle: Counting down from 100 by one, . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many times do a clock's hands overlap in a . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxLogic puzzle: What happens once in a minute, . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxMake 33 by using three 3s and any math operators. . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many apples at equal distances from each . . .

Thinking Outside The Box"1" costs $10; "20" costs $20; How much does . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI participate in a Formula 1 race. One second . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many seconds are there in a year?

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many seconds are there in a year?

Thinking Outside The BoxOne word on this page is spelt incorrectly. . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxYou have 27 dimes; 26 are real and one is fake. . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxThere are four brothers in a family. The sums of . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxTricky Equation Puzzle: the equation below is . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxFind the odd one out.

Thinking Outside The BoxWhat is the letter, which goes before O?

Thinking Outside The BoxA palindrome is a number whose meaning is the . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxThe figure shows a triangle made of discs. I . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxIf I delete a letter in a word, then only one is . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI need 1 + 4 + 9 + 16 + 25 = 55 cubes to build a . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxLogic question. What is the easiest way to . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxIf 2 salesmen can sell three luxury cars in 4 . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many coins must you move to form two lines, . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxA chess queen attacks all squares along its path . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxA bug walks from corner A of a room to corner B . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxAdding a letter to a word makes it odd. What . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI want to place N cubes so that each cube touches . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxA surgeon has two pairs of surgical gloves. . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxLogic riddle: In a house, there are three . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxFive pieces of chain must be jointed into a long . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxWhich direction is the London school minibus . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxWhat is the next number in the following . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxAfter a three-hour drive, I stopped my car in . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxDivide the circles into two groups so that the . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxIs it legal for a man in Montana to dance with . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxA pyramid and a tetrahedron with edges of the . . .

Thinking Outside The Box"Three sailors come across a pile of coconuts. . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many months have 30 days?

Thinking Outside The BoxLogic puzzle. A word for a family member is the . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxCan you predict the score of any match before it . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxMount Everest is the Earth's highest mountain . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxI place 11 chairs along the walls in an empty . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxInspired by Boris Kordemsky. Four Knights . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxVladimir Arnold (1937-2010), one of the greatest . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxFour people arrive at a river at night. There is . . .

Thinking Outside The Box A committee consists of 7 people. The committee . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxThinking outside the box: Which statement is . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxThinking outside the box. Solve this:

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many 1x1 squares fit into the large square . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxWhich number goes next? 1 3 6 10 ?

Thinking Outside The BoxHow many 1x1 squares fit into the large square . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxIn a game, Anna and Bill take 1, 2, or 3 coins on . . .

Thinking Outside The BoxWhich symbol goes next?

Thinking Outside The BoxWhich number goes next? 1, 8, 11, 18, 80, 81
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