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n Can you find the way from A to E (passing through B, C and D in sequence ) going on horizontally or vertically only, (you can’t go diagonally across the square ) and passing through each of the twenty small squares just once ?

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Drawing two straight lines in the picture above you have to obtain three equal triangles.

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Fill in the picture with eight numbers and follow the rules: you can use numbers from 1 to 15. You can write the same numbers just once and numbers must be different from those ones in the picture. After having filled in the picture with the numbers. The totals of the two vertical lines and off the two horizontal lines must be equal.

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CLICK HERE The total of the 4 lines is 34 The total of the 4 lines is 34.

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n One of these letters is not part of the group. Which one among them? i, t, r, x, f. n One object is not part of the group. Which one among them?Screw, nail, glue, rape, hammer, hairpin. n What is the following number? 4, 2, 5, 3, 6.

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1) “ R”,because when you write it, you don’t put up the pen from the it sheet. 2) “The hammer”, because doesn’t hold anything. 3) “4”.

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