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Brain Teaser - Solutions


Solved our Brain Teaser? We may have the perfect opportunity for that meticulous brain of yours…


Hewett’s specialist IT division are now seeking enthusiastic, strategic thinkers to fill exciting positions for an array of fantastic clients across the Midlands.

They recruit for a broad range of software development and ancillary job roles across a variety of industries including Cyber, Ecommerce, Retail and Fintech. Browse our IT jobs now.

Do you have what it takes?

Contact Sam Birtwistle for more information: Sam@hewett-recruitment.co.uk -  01905 613413


Hewett's Brain Teasers...

7. Did YOU get the correct answer?

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6. Did you correctly identify the odd one out?

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5. Did you complete the sequence correctly?

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4. Did YOU get the correct answer?

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3. Did you complete the sequence correctly?

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2. Did you find the missing value?

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1. Did you have what it takes to crack the code?

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Brain Teaser Solutions:

7. Did YOU get the correct answer? 

Solution: A

6. Did you correctly identify the odd one out?

Solution: The second square each of the others has some unique feature (shape, boundary, colour, size), except for the 2nd.

5. Did you complete the sequence correctly?

Solution: 6 - The symbols in the sequence are 1 - 5, with each number next to their mirrored image. Anchor

4. Did YOU get the correct answer?

 Solution: 38

3. Did you complete the sequence correctly?

Solution: 13112221 - Each sequence of numbers is a verbal representation of the sequence before it, e.g. 1 = "One" 1, 11 = '"Two" 1's and so on... Still confused? Try saying it out loud.

2. Did you find the missing value?

Solution: 9 - The sum of the opposite segments always equals 44.

1. Did you have what it takes to crack the code? 

Solution: 420


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