Brain Teaser Picture Puzzle for Adults with Answer

This one is a tough brain teaser picture puzzle. In this brain teaser, there are some logical number equations are presented in the given puzzle picture. Each equation in the given puzzle picture following certain logical reasoning which makes each of these equations logical correct. Your challenge in this brain teaser picture puzzle is to decode the logical reasoning used in these equations and then solve the last given equation to find the missing number which will replace the question mark?
It is brain teaser picture puzzle in which your challenge is to solve the given logical reasoning if-then equations and then find the value of missing number which will replace the question mark
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15 comments:

Unknown said...

the answer is 78


Unknown said...

78


Rajesh Kumar said...

Yes, you got answer to this brainteaser picture puzzle right.


Rajesh Kumar said...

Great, your answer to this picture #brainteaser is right.


🦀 said...

I got 38. 😅


Rajesh Kumar said...

It will be interesting to know your logical explanation for your answer. Please write down your logic to solve this brainteaser in comments.


Tedoken said...

It’s 38 because of a more complex and very consistent pattern. Add the 2 numbers on the left side of the equation, and put that number at the end... then is the 1st number on the left side is even, make the 1st number on the right side 2, and if it’s odd, make it 3.

applys to all of them


Menaka said...

38


Unknown said...

6+3=29 is confusing and hence i don't buy your logic


Unknown said...

what isis the logic


Unknown said...

6+3=29 6 divided by 3 = 2, so 2 is the first number.
add 6+3 together which is 9. 9 is your second number.
Correct answer is 29


Rajesh Kumar said...

Great. Yes, your pattern applies to all the number in the given number equations. So your answer is also correct. Thanks for thinking outside the box and coming up with the different logical pattern.


Anonymous said...

count the number of non-vowel letters in the spellings for the first number.
two = 2
three = 3
four = 2
six = 2
SeVeN = 3, hence 3 + (7+1) = 38


Unknown said...

78


adumati said...

6+3=29