again most of my puzzles are. I create these every week for

my pub quizzes and because I've amassed a large amount of

them over the years I'm currently writing a puzzle book. I have

worked out that the book should take me about 2 months to

write and will include picture puzzles like the one below plus

riddles, logic problems, math sequences, odd one out, anagrams,

dingbats, pictograms, catchphrases and a plethora of other fun

things. I will write another article when it's finished to let you know.

In the mean time see how long it takes you to figure out the puzzle below.

Instead of putting the answer to this puzzle here I would welcome you

leaving a comment with what you think the answer should be and why.

Is it nine?

ReplyDeleteHi Jae

DeleteYes, you are correct.

It is the total of the numbers on the bottom of each dice.

can u give me d solution on this? for school project.thank u

DeleteYes, the solution has already been given by Jae.

DeleteIt is the total of the numbers on the bottom of each dice.

This quiz is flawed in that there is more than one pattern/solution. If you take the right-hand face of the first die, multiplied by the right-hand side of the middle die and finally multiplied by the left-hand face of the right die, a pattern also forms.

Delete1 x 4 x 3 = 12

2 x 1 x 3 = 6

This leaves you with an answer of 6 for the 3rd die which is just as viable as 9.

Well done Jae!

Delete@Eric Louw Your solution is flawed. There is no side with a 3 on the right die in the middle set of dice. If you apply your formula you would get 2 x 1 x 4 = 8

DeleteWhich is incorrect.

Well spotted (excuse the pun), Eric's solution is indeed flawed.

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