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Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by veave(f): 9:44pm On Apr 12, 2020
matrix199:
I'll reveal the answers to pix 1 and pix 2 and acknowledge those who got it right later on.







cc: RoyalRoy





Modified: I'm a very discreet person. The term 'acknowledge' means more than you might think. You never can tell!



Puzzle 1

For picture 1; let x represents the helmet. It implies that x + x + x = 30
3x = 30
x = 30/3 = 10
so x is 10

For picture 2, let y represents the car. It implies that y + y+ x = 20
since x is 10
y + y + 10 = 20
2y + 10 = 20
2y = 20 - 10
2y = 10
y = 10/2 = 5
so y is 5

For picture 3, let z represents the pair of trophies( 2 trophies). It implies that z + z + y = 13
since y is 5
z + z + 5 = 13
2z + 5 = 13
2z = 13 - 5
2z = 8
z = 8/2 = 4
so z is 4
But remember that z is a pair of trophies
It implies that 1 trophy is 4/2 = 2

For Picture 4, x(10) + y(5) x 1/2 of z(2) _____ 10 + 5 x 2
Apply BODMAS _______________ 10 + (5 x 2)
10 + 10 = 20.



Puzzle 2

Take a good look at each quantitative picture.

The 1st picture clearly shows 7 petals in each flower pot(7 + 7 + 7 = 21), discreetly indicating that each petal is 1.


The 2nd picture also shows 4 roses in each flower pot. it implies that ( 4x2 + 4x2 + 4x2 =8 + 8 + 8= 24 or 12x2 = 24).


The 3rd picture indicates that each empty pot is 4, that is ( 4 + 4 + 4 = 12).

Now, the 4th picture shows a flower pot of 6 petals( each petal is 1, totalling 6 in combined value) + an empty flower pot having a value of 4 x a flower pot of 5 roses having a combined value of 10(since each rose is 2 in value)

That is, 6 + 4 x 10

Don't forget to apply "BODMAS"

6 + (4 x 10)

6 + 40 = 46.




Thus, for puzzle 1, the answer is 20!
for puzzle 2, the answer is 46!




This is incorrect.

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Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Epositive(m): 9:46pm On Apr 12, 2020
matrix199:




Take it easy young man or lady. Guess what, in the eyes of a monkey, humans are monkeys.

In regards to the second puzzle. How about the empty flower pot, I thought it's doubled?

I think you should mention the owner of this puzzle.

We will not take this grin

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Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by matrix199(m): 9:47pm On Apr 12, 2020
veave:




This is incorrect.



Check picture 1. What can you see?



Check picture 3. What can you see?
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by veave(f): 9:47pm On Apr 12, 2020
matrix199:




Check picture 1. What can you see?



Check picture 3. What can you see?

Picture one is 40 not 20

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Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by matrix199(m): 9:53pm On Apr 12, 2020
Epositive:


In regards to the second puzzle. How about the empty flower pot, I thought it's doubled?

I think you should mention the owner of this puzzle.

We will not take this grin


It's a play of trick. That the pot has two ring rigs doesn't allude it's doubled. The point is about the value of its emptiness. The alteration in the 4th picture of the empty pot was to create skepticism
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Mechatronika(m): 9:53pm On Apr 12, 2020
matrix199:


Can I lead you through it, or would you lead?
You're the maaaan! you do it. grin
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Mechatronika(m): 9:56pm On Apr 12, 2020
matrix199:



It's a play of trick. That the pot has two ring rigs doesn't allude it's doubled. The point is about the value of its emptiness. The alteration in the 4th picture of the empty pot was to create skepticism

Don't gimme this shit!

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Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Epositive(m): 9:59pm On Apr 12, 2020
matrix199:



It's a play of trick. That the pot has two ring rigs doesn't allude it's doubled. The point is about the value of its emptiness. The alteration in the 4th picture of the empty pot was to create skepticism

And the pot of petals too. You ignored the pot and calculated only the petals. We wouldn't have possibly ignored the pot when there are values for empty pots and petals in picture 3 and 1 respectively. Any explanation for that?
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by everydayboy: 10:01pm On Apr 12, 2020
1) 40
2) 90

Best regards....
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Mechatronika(m): 10:02pm On Apr 12, 2020
Here is a Hint;
The question; (Rose+Pot) + (2pots) x (flower + pot)
Now, find the values for the parameters and solve.
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by matrix199(m): 10:04pm On Apr 12, 2020
Mechatronika:


Don't gimme this shit!





Men In Black 1, Who would have thought that a little girl would be used as a test. But only one who reasoned outside the box figured out the unusual presence of a child in an unusual place.




That's the essence of such test. Why was this car helmetted? Why was this pot double ring rigged? To make that split seconds choice if it's Significant or insignificant
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by matrix199(m): 10:08pm On Apr 12, 2020
Epositive:


And the pot of petals too. You ignored the pot and calculated only the petals. We wouldn't have possibly ignored the pot when there are values for the empty pot and petals in picture 1 and 3 respectively. Any explanation for that?


Jesus is in for it when he returns. These ones here are going to question him to death when he returns.
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Spechialone(f): 10:08pm On Apr 12, 2020
Epositive:
I'm disappointed. To even think that I've been waiting for the solution all this while. grin angry

upon all our waiting ...
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Spechialone(f): 10:10pm On Apr 12, 2020
veave:

Picture one is 40 not 20
yes, tell him. Lol
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by everydayboy: 10:12pm On Apr 12, 2020
matrix199:
I'll reveal the answers to pix 1 and pix 2 and acknowledge those who got it right later on.







cc: RoyalRoy


Modified: I'm a very discreet person. The term 'acknowledge' means more than you might think. You never can tell!



Puzzle 1

For picture 1; let x represents the helmet. It implies that x + x + x = 30
3x = 30
x = 30/3 = 10
so x is 10

For picture 2, let y represents the car. It implies that y + y+ x = 20
since x is 10
y + y + 10 = 20
2y + 10 = 20
2y = 20 - 10
2y = 10
y = 10/2 = 5
so y is 5

For picture 3, let z represents the pair of trophies( 2 trophies). It implies that z + z + y = 13
since y is 5
z + z + 5 = 13
2z + 5 = 13
2z = 13 - 5
2z = 8
z = 8/2 = 4
so z is 4
But remember that z is a pair of trophies
It implies that 1 trophy is 4/2 = 2

For Picture 4, x(10) + y(5) x 1/2 of z(2) _____ 10 + 5 x 2
Apply BODMAS _______________ 10 + (5 x 2)
10 + 10 = 20.



Puzzle 2

Take a good look at each quantitative picture.

The 1st picture clearly shows 7 petals in each flower pot(7 + 7 + 7 = 21), discreetly indicating that each petal is 1.


The 2nd picture also shows 4 roses in each flower pot. it implies that ( 4x2 + 4x2 + 4x2 =8 + 8 + 8= 24 or 12x2 = 24).


The 3rd picture indicates that each empty pot is 4, that is ( 4 + 4 + 4 = 12).

Now, the 4th picture shows a flower pot of 6 petals( each petal is 1, totalling 6 in combined value) + an empty flower pot having a value of 4 x a flower pot of 5 roses having a combined value of 10(since each rose is 2 in value)

That is, 6 + 4 x 10

Don't forget to apply "BODMAS"

6 + (4 x 10)

6 + 40 = 46.




Thus, for puzzle 1, the answer is 20!
for puzzle 2, the answer is 46!


Lmao..... Beautiful nonsense.


Lol.... No vex brother......
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by matrix199(m): 10:13pm On Apr 12, 2020
I've passed my bedtime. Let's constructively debate this tomorrow or some other time.




You're all acknowledged. Thank you for your time. At least I, we survived another day of stay at home.




Bon nuit!
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Spechialone(f): 10:23pm On Apr 12, 2020
matrix199:
I've passed my bedtime. Let's constructively debate this tomorrow or some other time.




You're all acknowledged. Thank you for your time. At least I, we survived another day of stay at home.




Bon nuit!



Just tell us you wanted to recruit for The SSS
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Epositive(m): 10:34pm On Apr 12, 2020
matrix199:



Jesus is in for it when he returns. These ones here are going to question him to death when he returns.




Answer the damn question bruh angry
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by LadySarah: 1:37am On Apr 13, 2020
30
39
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by izzygoing(f): 2:35am On Apr 13, 2020
The first puzzle = 30
The second puzzle =120



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Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Hallenjay: 6:28am On Apr 13, 2020
matrix199:
I'll reveal the answers to pix 1 and pix 2 and acknowledge those who got it right later on.







cc: RoyalRoy


Modified: I'm a very discreet person. The term 'acknowledge' means more than you might think. You never can tell!



Puzzle 1

For picture 1; let x represents the helmet. It implies that x + x + x = 30
3x = 30
x = 30/3 = 10
so x is 10

For picture 2, let y represents the car. It implies that y + y+ x = 20
since x is 10
y + y + 10 = 20
2y + 10 = 20
2y = 20 - 10
2y = 10
y = 10/2 = 5
so y is 5

For picture 3, let z represents the pair of trophies( 2 trophies). It implies that z + z + y = 13
since y is 5
z + z + 5 = 13
2z + 5 = 13
2z = 13 - 5
2z = 8
z = 8/2 = 4
so z is 4
But remember that z is a pair of trophies
It implies that 1 trophy is 4/2 = 2

For Picture 4, x(10) + y(5) x 1/2 of z(2) _____ 10 + 5 x 2
Apply BODMAS _______________ 10 + (5 x 2)
10 + 10 = 20.



Puzzle 2

Take a good look at each quantitative picture.

The 1st picture clearly shows 7 petals in each flower pot(7 + 7 + 7 = 21), discreetly indicating that each petal is 1.


The 2nd picture also shows 4 roses in each flower pot. it implies that ( 4x2 + 4x2 + 4x2 =8 + 8 + 8= 24 or 12x2 = 24).


The 3rd picture indicates that each empty pot is 4, that is ( 4 + 4 + 4 = 12).

Now, the 4th picture shows a flower pot of 6 petals( each petal is 1, totalling 6 in combined value) + an empty flower pot having a value of 4 x a flower pot of 5 roses having a combined value of 10(since each rose is 2 in value)

That is, 6 + 4 x 10

Don't forget to apply "BODMAS"

6 + (4 x 10)

6 + 40 = 46.




Thus, for puzzle 1, the answer is 20!
for puzzle 2, the answer is 46!

I said it before that the puzzle is not urs.
When am less busy I'll proof it to u just remind me incase I forge
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Nobody: 7:12am On Apr 13, 2020
Epositive:
1.20
2.82

cc: Martinez19

Almost correct. The answer to the first puzzle is 15. We have 4 trophies, so a trophy is equal to 1 not 2.
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Epositive(m): 7:23am On Apr 13, 2020
darknez:


Almost correct. The answer to the first puzzle is 15. We have 4 trophies, so a trophy is equal to 1 not 2.

No, each trophy is equal to 2. Check again.
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Nobody: 7:28am On Apr 13, 2020
Epositive:


No, each trophy is equal to 2. Check again.

You are right.
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Tocynone(m): 7:44am On Apr 13, 2020
Op, just agree the 2nd puzzle is incorrect until you can explain this.

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Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by CapedBaldy: 9:08am On Apr 13, 2020
20 & 39
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Hallenjay: 9:15am On Apr 13, 2020
matrix199:
I'll reveal the answers to pix 1 and pix 2 and acknowledge those who got it right later on.







cc: RoyalRoy


Modified: I'm a very discreet person. The term 'acknowledge' means more than you might think. You never can tell!



Puzzle 1

For picture 1; let x represents the helmet. It implies that x + x + x = 30
3x = 30
x = 30/3 = 10
so x is 10

For picture 2, let y represents the car. It implies that y + y+ x = 20
since x is 10
y + y + 10 = 20
2y + 10 = 20
2y = 20 - 10
2y = 10
y = 10/2 = 5
so y is 5

For picture 3, let z represents the pair of trophies( 2 trophies). It implies that z + z + y = 13
since y is 5
z + z + 5 = 13
2z + 5 = 13
2z = 13 - 5
2z = 8
z = 8/2 = 4
so z is 4
But remember that z is a pair of trophies
It implies that 1 trophy is 4/2 = 2

For Picture 4, x(10) + y(5) x 1/2 of z(2) _____ 10 + 5 x 2
Apply BODMAS _______________ 10 + (5 x 2)
10 + 10 = 20.



Puzzle 2

Take a good look at each quantitative picture.

The 1st picture clearly shows 7 petals in each flower pot(7 + 7 + 7 = 21), discreetly indicating that each petal is 1.


The 2nd picture also shows 4 roses in each flower pot. it implies that ( 4x2 + 4x2 + 4x2 =8 + 8 + 8= 24 or 12x2 = 24).


The 3rd picture indicates that each empty pot is 4, that is ( 4 + 4 + 4 = 12).

Now, the 4th picture shows a flower pot of 6 petals( each petal is 1, totalling 6 in combined value) + an empty flower pot having a value of 4 x a flower pot of 5 roses having a combined value of 10(since each rose is 2 in value)

That is, 6 + 4 x 10

Don't forget to apply "BODMAS"

6 + (4 x 10)

6 + 40 = 46.




Thus, for puzzle 1, the answer is 20!
for puzzle 2, the answer is 46!

Now take the correct explananation and answer.
The first picture, first roll goes :helmet(h) +h+h=30
>>3h/3=30/3. ....h=10 one helmet is equal to 10
Second roll car(c) +c+h(10)=20
>> 2c +10=20
2c/2=10/2 >> c=5
I. E one car is equal to 5
Third roll,different type of throphy +car =13
Car is 5 which means d throphy altogether are 8.
Now check the throphies,
The one with dot has 3 base while the other with no dot has only one base.
This simply means
A trophy with 3 base rep 3 while the other is one.
So in the 3rd roll, we have one 3 base throphy with one base +another 3 base with one base + the car.
>> the 3base � and one base �(4)+3base � and one base �(4)+car(5)=13
Now to the puzzle it sef
One helmet(10)+a helmet inside d car(15)×a throphy with one base.
This simply means 10+15×1
Applying BODMAS
=15+10>>=25.

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For the second puzzle
The petals are 7 in number with no pot
7+7+7=21
The second roll, four flower inside a pot.
Automatically d pot rep 4 while d flowers are 4 each in a pot too
I.e 8+8+8=24
THIRD Roll, empty pots
Pot+pot+pot =12
3pot/3=12/3>> a pot =4
Forth roll, a flower pot with 6petals(10) + two pots (cool(dats d view u Av when u placed one pot inside d other)
×five flower inside a pot(9)
This simply means
10+8×9
Bodmas
8×9=72
72+10=82
Therefore the first picture is 25
While the second is 82.
I await ur counter argument.
*Before you ask me why I didn't multiply two pots or any object together instead of d addition.*
*Take a clue from the answered rolls,e.g four flower in a pot.*
*They didn't multiply d four flower by two and assume pot is two instead they add the flower value to the pot value which is 4+4 making 8 for each flowervace in 3 places which gives them 24.*
cc: tocynone
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Richy4(m): 10:50am On Apr 13, 2020
matrix199:



It's a play of trick. That the pot has two ring rigs doesn't allude it's doubled. The point is about the value of its emptiness. The alteration in the 4th picture of the empty pot was to create skepticism

I like the way you were trying desperately to convince yourself that those empty flowers pots were not doubled. The pattern of the pot has been given. There's no need to trick anyone in changing the pattern or making a ring rigs as u call it... The way you figured out that the yellow trophies were no longer two but one, use that same logic on the flower pot. It's that simple.

There's no benefit arguing this anyways. Have a good day man..

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Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by ibkayee(f): 12:23pm On Apr 13, 2020
matrix199:



It's a play of trick. That the pot has two ring rigs doesn't allude it's doubled. The point is about the value of its emptiness. The alteration in the 4th picture of the empty pot was to create skepticism
You are having a laugh mate.


Anywho, this is how I got my answer

First:

30/3 = 10
(20-10)/2=5
(13-5)/2=4

10 + (5+10) * (4/2)
10 + ((15) * (2))
10 + (30)
= 40

Things to note:
4th row, 1st picture - No difference, helmet is 10
4th row, 2nd picture - There is a helmet on the racecar, so it becomes 10 (helmet) + 5 (racecar)
4th row, 3rd picture - Only 1 cup, so divide 4 by 2

Second:

21/3 = 7
24/3 = 8
12/3 = 4


(6+4) + (4x2) * (5+4)
(10) + ((cool * (9))
10 + (72)
= 82

Things to note:
4th row, 1st picture - 6 flowers instead of 7 + a pot
4th row, 2nd picture - 2 pots instead of 1
4th row, 3rd picture - 5 flowers instead of 4
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by matrix199(m): 3:07pm On Apr 13, 2020
Like I said earlier, it won't cost me anything to admit I was wrong.



Controversy one....... the implication of the helmet in the car. I overlooked the mathematical operation ought to be involved(supposedly addition) because I presumed it was a decoy




Controversy two........ the implication of the two ring rigs. I overlooked the mathematical operation ought to be involved as well(supposedly addition) because I presumed it was also a decoy.



So, let's give it another shot, but this time, taking the helmeted car and the two ring rigs into account.


Puzzle 1.........
Let x represent the helmet.

x + x + x = 30

3x = 30
x = 30/3 = 10
so x(helmet) = 10

Let y represent the car

y + y + x = 20

2y + 10 = 20
2y = 20 - 10 = 10
y = 10/2 = 5
so y(car) = 5

Let z represent the trophy(1 trophy)

2z + 2z + y = 13
4z + 5 = 13
4z = 13 - 5 = 8
z = 8/4 = 2
so z(1 trophy) = 2

Therefore.
helmet(x) + a car and/with a helmet inside(x+y) x trophy(z)
x + (y+x) x z = ?
10 + (5+10) x 2
10 + [15 x 2]
10 + 30 = 40.



Puzzle 2......

Take a good look at each quantitative picture.

The 1st picture clearly shows 7 petals in each flower pot(7 + 7 + 7 = 21), discreetly indicating that each petal is 1.


The 2nd picture also shows 4 roses in each flower pot. It implies that ( 4x2) + (4x2) + (4x2) =8 + 8 + 8= 24 or 12x2 = 24). It implies that 1 rose is 2 in value.


The 3rd picture indicates each empty pot is 4, that is ( 4 + 4 + 4 = 12).

Now, the 4th picture shows a flower pot of 6 petals( each petal is 1, totalling 6 in combined value) + (a doubled empty flower pot having a value of 4+4= 8 ) x (a flower pot of 5 roses having a combined value of 10(since each rose is 2 in value))

That is, 6 + 8 x 10

6 + (8x10)
6 + 80 = 86.


Puzzle 1 is 40
Puzzle 2 is 86
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by matrix199(m): 3:31pm On Apr 13, 2020
I appreciate everyone who was part of the trivia. For those who were a bit disrespectful, I understand you've not come of age. So I'll overlook the disrespect.




Happy Easter all.
Re: I.Q TEST: Let's See How Sound You Are In Quantitative Reasoning by Ardar(f): 3:48pm On Apr 13, 2020
First puzzle ~ 40

Second puzzle ~ 86

Wheew, the more you look the less you see grin

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