# Colorful Squares

Fill in the boxes with orange pink, brown, gray and white color fulfilling the following conditions.

- Green: 3 squares
- Orange: 3 squares
- Black: 3 squares
- White: 3 squares
- Violet: 4 squares
- One color should not get repeated in any line (horizontal, vertical or diagonal)

Answer on Monday.

Tags: Brain Games, picture puzzles

# Number Games

Fill in the boxes with numbers from 1-10. One number can be used only once.

Answer on Friday.

Tags: Logic Puzzles, Number Games, number puzzle

# Square Business

There are 5 squares in this image. By moving only 2 matchsticks make seven squares.

(Overlapping or breaking of matchsticks is not allowed)

Tags: brain teaser, logic puzzle

# Smallest 4 Digit Number

Find the smallest 4 digit number meeting the following criteria:

- First digit is 1/3 of the second digit.
- Third digit is the sum of the first and second digit.
- The last digit is thrice the second digit.

Answer on Friday.

Tags: brain teaser, logic puzzle

# Filling Box

Sam keeps marbles in a box everyday in such a way that the number of marbles in the box doubles with each passing day. For e.g., he puts in 1 marble on the first day, 2 on the second day, 4 on the third day and so on. The box gets full on the 18th day. On which day was the box half full?

Answer on Monday.

Tags: brainteaser, logical puzzle

# What Come Next?

**Complete the sequence:**

B E H K N Q __ __

Tags: Brain Teasers, logic, reasoning, Riddles

# Weekend Puzzle

Re-arrange the red and blue balls in the check board in such a way that no two balls of same color falls in the same row horizontally, vertically or diagonally.

Answer on Monday.

# Friday Puzzle

Draw the figure without raising your pencil.

Tags: Brain Games, picture puzzle

# 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.

Tags: brainteasers, Complete the Series, logic, Number Games, numerical puzzles, Puzzles

# 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.

Tags: brainteasers, logical puzzles, Puzzles