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Can You Solve These 5 Riddles Meant for Kids?

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You’ve probably seen or heard of the show, Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader, but how would you fare if you found yourself holding the buzzer? This might not tell you for sure, but if you can solve these 5 children’s riddles, I’d say you’re one step closer to claiming the title.

#5. Imagine you’re looking at this pyramid from above. Which view is correct?

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#5. Which is the correct view from above?

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Number 4.

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#4. Unscramble the words using the letters. Which word doesn’t belong?

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#4. Did you unscramble all three words? Which one is different and why?

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The words are ‘bacon,’ ‘infinity,’ and ‘beauty.’ ‘Bacon’ is different because it doesn’t end in ‘y’.

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#3. Which number comes next? How did you find the answer?

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#3. How did you figure out which number comes next?

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The next number is 23. You increase the sum of the precious numbers by 1.

2+5=7; 7+1=8

5+8=13; 13+1=14

8+14=22; 22+1=23

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#2. Unscramble these surnames of famous people, then find the one that doesn’t match.

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#2. Did you unscramble the surnames? Which doesn’t fit?

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The surnames are Picasso, Grieg, Monet, and Rembrandt. Grieg is the odd man out, since he’s a composer and not a painter.

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#1. Which number is missing and why?

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#1. Did you figure out which number is missing and why?

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The answer is the number of intersections of straight lines.

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