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- 1 Test n° 1
- 2 Test No. 2
- 3 Test n° 3
- 4 Test n° 4
- 5 Test n° 5
- 6 Test n° 6
- 7 Test #7
- 8 Test No. 8
- 9 Test No. 9
- 10 Test No. 10
- 11 Test No. 11
- 12 Test No. 12
- 13 Test No. 13
- 14 Test n° 14
- 15 Test n° 15
- 16 Test n° 16
- 17 Test n° 17
- 18 Test n° 18
- 19 Test No. 19
- 20 Test No. 20
- 21 Test n° 21
- 22 Dog, cat and rabbit problem
- 23 Problem of the wax of the candles
- 24 The chest, the treasure and the gold bars
- 25 Table of values
- 26 Search for a number

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## Test n° 1

Find the missing number

## Test No. 2

What number are you looking for?

## Test n° 3

What letter are you looking for?

## Test n° 4

Complete the following diagram

## Test n° 5

Complete the last line

## Test n° 6

Complete the last column.

## Test #7

Fill in the missing value located in the last record.

## Test No. 8

Which gears turn in the opposite direction to gear A?

## Test No. 9

Look for the unknown number.

## Test No. 10

Which of the following is correct?

## Test No. 11

Find the missing figure.

## Test No. 12

Complete this pyramid.

## Test No. 13

Find the missing number.

## Test n° 14

Look at this target and deduce the value that corresponds to the question mark.

## Test n° 15

Find the missing number.

## Test n° 16

Look at this diagram and deduce the missing value.

## Test n° 17

Look at these 5 lines and find the value that corresponds to the question mark.

## Test n° 18

Look at these two grids and determine the missing value.

## Test No. 19

Find the number that completes this list.

## Test No. 20

Look at this list of numbers and deduce the missing number.

## Test n° 21

Look at these different triangles and determine the number you are looking for.

## Dog, cat and rabbit problem

Find the total mass, in kg, of the dog with the rabbit and the cat.

## Problem of the wax of the candles

With the wax from 1,000 burned candles, how many candles can be made?

## The chest, the treasure and the gold bars

A treasure consists of five ingots, each of a different metal: gold, silver, platinum, bronze and nickel.

Each chest contains one ingot. On each box are engraved a number and a statement.

Only the statement on the gold box is true and all others are false.

**Determine the contents of each of the five chests.**

See the solution to this problem

The first sentence cannot be true, otherwise the gold would be in box 1.

As a result, the gold is not in box 1, 2 or 3.

Then statement 3 is false, so the bronze is in 3.

Statement 4 is also false, otherwise 3 would contain the nickel.

So gold can only be found in 5.

So the platinum is in the 4.

The money is not in 1, so it is in 2.

And, finally we have :

**1 : Nickel – 2 : Silver – 3 : Bronze 4 : Platinum – 5 : Gold.**

## Table of values

In the 4 row, 4 column table below, what number is hidden behind the purple box?

The solutionis -4+8×7 = 52

## Search for a number

What is the value of the number hidden in the brown box?

Thesolution is 2×8-13+14=17

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