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P, Ca, O, Si, O, Ca, P, Ca, O, Si, 0, Ca This is the pattern can be formed as You said you have revealed three answer to replace question mark...


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Q31 could possibly be A If you consider the colours and line pattern in this order Black.White.Diagonal The total number of Black,White and Diagonal squares corresponds to 8,9,10 B,W,D 8,9,10


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The next term is: Because the terms are all: Meaning that the next term must be:


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119? With regard to the main increase amount (ie 7, 12, 16), change of +5 then 0 repeated x 1, change of +4 then 0 repeated x 3, change of 3 then 0 repeated x 5. With the zero repetition being increasing odd numbers and the main increasing amount reducing by 1 each round.


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Here is the best I can do for all questions. They might duplicate, sometime improve other people's answer. Exercise 8: Exercise 12 Exercise 17 Exercise 18 Exercise 31


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I think A for 12 simply because if you look at the 5 sets of diagonal lines of symbols starting top left and finishing bottom right. Looks neat and tidy.


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These phrases have this property: They are called a Sexy Phrase™ because


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This puzzle is quite loosely defined, so that many answers must be possible, but here is one: The logic Vérification: And then


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I remembered coming across this puzzle somewhere maybe it was not here. Also, it did take me around an hour to figure out so yeah it is a difficult one. The answer is because:


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I would approach it more like: (or in text:) Such that the lines are: Which gives us a result of:


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I interpreted the problem to mean that there should be 5 rows of 4 consecutive trees remaining; to maximize the number of cut-down trees, we should make the remaining rows overlap as much as possible. If the rows must be of consecutive trees, you can arrange the remaining trees like this: So there are 5 rows of 4 consecutive palm trees; and we have done so ...


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Thinking about this problem in reverse is easier, i.e. think about the trees that need to remain. Find the fewest number of trees that can be arranged in five lines with 4 trees in each line. To minimise that number, we need as many trees as possible to do double duty by being part of multiple lines.


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Consider the mini-arrangement of trees below: The final arrangement of trees after chopping everything down should look something like this:


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The answer is: because:


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Answer for the first Puzzle - The amount of triangles that are directed up & down should be balanced. 7 stripped triangles UP - 7 stripped triangles DOWN To make the balance for the blank one you need to choose an answer D.


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Good to have a different way of answering. My logic is little bit easy: 8 $\hspace{2cm}$9$\hspace{2cm}$10$\hspace{2cm}$11$\hspace{2cm}$12 $\hspace{1cm}$0 $\hspace{2cm}$24$\hspace{2cm}$120$\hspace{2cm}$336$\hspace{2cm}$___? $\hspace{0.4cm}$$1^3-1$$\hspace{1cm}$ $3^3-3$ $\hspace{1.2cm}$ $5^3-5$ $\hspace{1cm}$ $7^3-7$ $\hspace{1.2cm}$ $9^3-9$ Next term ...


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Somebody has already solved it, but here is the detail explanation again: 8 9 10 11 12 0 24 120 336 24 * 0 24 * 1 24 * 5 24 * 14 0 1 5 14 1 4 9 1^2 ...


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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.


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The answer is: Reason:


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This may be a stretch as this seems mostly irrespective of the ordering of the sequence. Explanation:


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Possible Answers First one Second one Third one Fourth one (spotted by @Stiv)


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WORD GAME is worth Explanation:


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I believe WORD GAME should be worth Marty's hint indicates that Using this scoring procedure, we can confirm that the scores of the words he provides are correct: And the scoring for WORD GAME looks like


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Are you Because More specifically,


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The answer is Solution


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Pattern is: So solution is:


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because:


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Q6: Q24:


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Since our dear friend balazs.com has not deigned to provide a comprehensible explanation to us lowly mortals, I've provided a simple explanation here: The missing number is: This is because:


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I suspect it is number


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31896 -> because So indeed


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If we take this pattern as a part of a bigger and complete pattern with a well defined rule, then this makes sense: It is a complete palindrome-like pattern with "mirrored" operations (add-change-add- change-change-remove-change-remove). It eliminates the obscurity how to add white spheres after item 5. It involves operations that have already been used, so ...


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The pattern appears to build up, adding dots and colors, leaving the sequence "full" at the fifth square, with no room to add anything after that, so you could make an arbitrary choice as to what happens next, such as:


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It seems that the pattern goes: Therefore a suitable pattern for the last image would be:


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