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Scales one and two are in perfect balance. Which of these pans should replace the empty one?
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Which square's contents matches C4?
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Which of the constructed boxes cannot be made from the pattern?
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Which of the numbers should logically replace the question mark in the octagon?
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Which of the numbers should logically replace the question mark in the octagon?
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Which of the clocks continues this series?
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When rearranged the shapes will give a number. Which of the numbers is it?
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Move from box to touching box, starting from the bottom left corner and finishing in the top right corner. Collect nine numbers and total them. Which is the highest possible total?
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Here is an unusual safe. Each of the buttons must be pressed only once in the correct order to open it. The last button is marked F. The number of moves and the direction is marked on each button. Thus 1U would mean one move UP, whilst 1D would mean one move DOWN. 1L would mean one move LEFT and 1R would mean one move RIGHT. Using the grid reference, Which button is the first you must press?
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Here is an unusual safe. Each of the buttons must be pressed only once in the correct order to open it. The last button is marked F. The number of moves and the direction is marked on each button. Thus 1i would mean one move in, whilst 1o would mean one move out. 1c would mean one move clockwise and 1a would mean one move anticlockwise. Which button is the first you must press?
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Which of the numbers should replace the question mark?
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Each same symbol has a value. Work out the logic and discover what should replace the question mark?
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This square follows a logical pattern. Which of the tiles should be used to complete the square?
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Scales one and two are in perfect balance. Which of these pans should replace the empty one?
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Which of the numbers should replace the question mark?
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How many ways are there to score 123 on this dartboard using three darts only? Each dart always lands in a sector and no dart falls to the floor. Any sector can be used more than once in any set of throws, but the same set of numbers can be used in one order only.
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Which of the numbers should replace the question mark?
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Which number is missing from this series?
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Which triangle should replace the empty one?
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Which of the boxes should be used replace the question mark?
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