Intelligent Reading Brain Teasers with Answers to Twist your Brain

Reading is an art. Yes, especially when you have to read it intelligently. By intelligent reading, we mean backward, upward, encrypted texts, etc. Here we are putting many different reading challenges. These challenges included reading the encrypted text in which letters of the words are replaced with numbers, finding the hidden number in the picture challenge, reading double-vision quotes, reading backward, and reading upside down. In the end, there is a bonus brain teaser to find a mistake in the picture.  Let us see how many of these texts you can read?  Answers to these Intelligent reading brain teasers are given at the end.

The first one is to test your eyesight. Can you find the hidden number in this picture?
571 hidden number in picture
1. Eye Test to read Encrypted Numbers in the picture

The next one is the Double Vision Reading Quote. Double-vision reading is very disruptive to reading. Here is an example of how a text looks in double-vision reading. 

Double Vision Reading Challenge
3. Double Vision Reading Challenge

The next one is a backward reading challenge. Let us see if you can read it with ease. If yes, do type your name backward in the comments section :)

If you can read this with ease then you are incredibly talented at reading backwards' which is an incredibly pointless talent to have.
4. Backward Reading Brain Twister

The next Reading Challenge will definitely twist your mind. The Quote in the following Puzzle Image is written in pure English. However, the selection of font is making reading the text of the quote quite difficult. Can you take this mind-reading challenge and read this quote?

Reading Picture Mind Challenge
5. Reading Picture Mind Challenge

Reading Picture Brain Teasers test your observational skills and visual perception. The next part of these reading puzzles is continued in the post "Fun Reading Brain Teasers with Answers". Below is the list of Picture Puzzles that will further test your visual skills.

List of Picture Puzzles

Here is the answer to the 18th Brain Teaser Question of the post titled "Out of Box Thinking Fun Brain Teasers with answers to Challenge your Mind ". I have hidden this answer to avoid any spoilers. Do select the text below to read the answer.  
The answer is the count of Odd numbers 
Once in a year: A year is 12 months, and there is one odd number in 12 which is 1. 
Twice in a month: There are about 4 weeks in a month, and there are two weeks marked by odd numbers, which are weeks 1 and 3 
Four times in a week: 7 days in a week, and if you were to label the days of the week by number, then there would be 4 odd days 6 times in a day: Consider daytime to be 12 hours, and a half or 6 of the hours of the day would be odd 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 i.e. six numbers.


Anonymous said...

WH47 15 7H15 C4113D?

Unknown said...

It is an "ecrypted" question.

tiaK, ylrecniS

PS: This site was fun...and strangely relaxing!

Rajesh Kumar said...

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Anonymous said...

well this was interesting....Only really had trouble with one and it was the W.Clement Stone Quote.

Unknown said...

Only one I had trouble with was the last one, this was really fun too!



Rajesh Kumar said...

Nice to know that you liked this reading challenges.
Check out more reading challenges similar to 5th puzzle at the following link

Wow! Please first do your reseach said...

Single the moon, if you miss you may not a star.


Rajesh Kumar said...

Loved your quote :)

Rajesh Kumar said...

It is great that you are able to solve most of these #puzzles. Last one was the tough.

Unknown said...

NOVAD (Name Backwards)

Rajesh Kumar said...

Great Davon! Nice to know that you could read these quotes :). Try other similar #puzzles on this website and post your comments.

MandyB said...

People who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.

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GiGi Myers said...

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Dargonhuman said...

That last one was the toughest, mostly because some of the characters didn't resemble the letters they were meant to represent. If I hadn't already seen that quote elsewhere, I wouldn't have been able to figure it out.

Unknown said...

Ysae siht dnuof, rennah atsahs, i