**Trick Question - 20 October**

Can you circle exactly four of these numbers such that the total is twelve?

1 6 1

6 1 6

1 6 1

6 1 6

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Can you circle exactly four of these numbers such that the total is twelve?

1 6 1

6 1 6

1 6 1

6 1 6

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Clueless

ReplyDeleteIf we turn the paper upside down,you will notice that the 6 becomes a 9. All the numbers become-

ReplyDelete919

191

919

191

Now make 12 by circling the numbers 1, 9, 1, 1.

I also think that by turning paper we get

ReplyDelete919

191

919

191

Now make 12 by circling the numbers 1, 9, 1, 1...

but sorry to say that if it is the answer......then it is not a good question....

nice ans

ReplyDeletecommon man nice question

my solution was to see diagram diagonally and we get 6^1, 6^1

ReplyDeletesince 6^1=6, we get the sum 12.

6+6-1+1

ReplyDeleteCircle the four in the question, circle two 1's and a 6.

ReplyDeletecircle the 616 and so on all four of the 3 digit numbers totaling 12 numbers not the total by adding...the total unit of numbers...

ReplyDelete6+6+6-6

ReplyDeleteeither turn it upside-down ind circle a 9 and three 1s or circle the "four" in the question, a 6, and two 1s

ReplyDeleteCircle all four number (161, 616, 161, 616) the total numbers circled (not the product or sum of them), is 12. Hence the trick question.

ReplyDelete616 and four

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