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Different Types of Brain Teasers

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Mrs. Hebda

on 10 December 2013

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Different Types of Brain Teasers
Brain Teasers
These are some of the different types of brain teasers that have been invented over time.
Visual Puzzles
Stories with holes
Optical Illusions
Riddles were invented by the ancient Greeks. There were thought to be used by the sphinx, which sat on a high rock by a road in Thebes.
Visual Puzzles
Visual puzzles involve words in certain patterns like:
a or IreadIinIbetweenI or hayneedlestack
Stories with Holes
Stories with holes is like a riddle, but longer, and is also a book series By: Nathan Levy
They are usually a small story but has a something that can twist around the normal meaning of the usual thing.
Problem Solving Sources
Thanks to: www.braingle.com www.wikipedia.com www.staarhelper.com
More problem solving at: www.braingle.com www.staarhelper.com And many other websites
Optical Illusions
Optical Illusions in reality are different from the visual view. There are many types of optical illusions, some are actual objects, some are just on paper, or they could be a painting. Some are famous, and some are just made by usual people.
The Sphinx
Her most famous riddle was "Which creature has one voice and yet becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed?" If the person didn't answer the riddle correctly and would strangle them and eat them. Then finally one person named Oedipus answered it and either jumped off her rock, or ate herself.
Here are some examples
1. What has no hinges, locks, or openings, but yet a gold treasure lies inside?
2.I am taken from a mine, and shut up in a wooden case, from which I am never released, and yet I am used by almost everybody.
Can you see the face?
Do you see the Young or the Old lady
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