# Find The Missing Number

If the numbers in bold are the sums of their respective rows and columns, find the value of X, Y and Z.

Answer on Friday.

# Find Shortest Distance

Jim walks 20m to the east, turns right and again walks 15m. Then again he turns right and walks 40m. What is the direction of his current location and what is the shortest distance between his start point and end point.

Answer on Friday.

# Rearrange The Letters

Rearrange the letters to make a meaningful word and then use the letters in the circles to make another meaningful word.

Answer on Monday.

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# Complete The Cube

Below is a cube which has been opened up. Fill in the missing boxes.

Answer on Friday.

# Make 3 Squares

Make 3 squares by moving 3 clips only.

Answer on Monday.

# Seating Arrangement

Make the seating arrangement of 10 children in such a way that there are 5 rows with 4 children in each row.

Answer on Friday.

# Unlock The Vault

One day a robber got into a bank to rob its vault. However, he noticed that the vault had an unusual lock. So he hid behind a desk and watched how others got in. He noticed that the manager came up to the vault door and pressed a button. The lock read out a number in response to which the manager said a number of his own. On doing so the door opened. This happened twice. The first time the lock said 12 and the manager responded with 6. The second time the lock said 6 and the manager responded with 3. Believing that now he knew all that he needed to know, the robber approached the door. The door said 10 and in reply the robber entered 5. It set of the alarm and the robber was apprehended.

What number do you think the robber should have said?

Answer on Monday.

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# Matchstick Puzzle

Change the direction of the fish by moving only 3 matchsticks.

Answer on Monday.

# What Next?

Fill in the next line:

9 7 5 9 4 9
6 3 4 5 3 6
1 8 2 0 1 8

_______

Answer tomorrow.

# The Weekend Brainteaser

Mr. Mark’s family, consisting of one grandfather, one grandmother, two fathers, two mothers, one father-in-law, one mother-in-law, four children, three grandchildren, one brother, two sisters, two sons, two daughters and one daughter-in-law is going for a holiday.

What is the minimum number of tickets they need to purchase?

Answer on Monday.