IQ Questions of the Week
Checkmate in two moves!
Can you produce new words by changing the place of letters?
Brain Garbage Question of the Week
Can you achieve equality?
Can you create new words by changing the letters?
Can you checkmate your opponent in two moves?
As you move down from the top of the pyramid, you can only draw a path to its neighbors in the lower left and right corners of the cell. You cannot draw a path from one cell to another cell that is not adjacent to it.
Chess Question of the Week
Checkmate your opponent in two moves!
Additive Anagram Question of the Week
Can you find the anagrams using the letter in the middle?
Intelligence Trash Question of the Week
Letters That Are Different
Unit Cube Question of the Week
Intelligence Question of the Week
Can You Achieve Equality?
Change just one of the straws and achieve mathematical equality.
What moves do you need to make to checkmate your opponent in 2 moves?
IQ Question of the Week
Find the number that should replace the question mark.
Produce New Words Using the Given Letters.
Create meaningful new syllables and words using the letters given at the top of the pyramid.
Replace only one of the garbage and achieve mathematical equality.
What moves should you make to checkmate your opponent in 2 moves?
Chess question of the week
IQ Question of the Week...
How Many Different Tools Are on the Dashboard?
Find the number of images that are different in the table.
Change just one of the sticks and achieve mathematical equality.
Checkmate in 2 Moves!
Chess question of the week...
How long does it take to solve the ABC conjunction with eye coordination?
As you move from the top of the pyramid down, you can only draw a path towards the cell's neighbors at the bottom right and left. You cannot draw a path from one cell to another cell where it is not adjacent.
Try to achieve mathematical equality by replacing only one of the garbage.
Replace a litter and achieve equality?
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Creating a new word by changing the letters of a word is called anagram. Generate new words with the anagrams in the picture.
Find different ones.
Find four different images in the table indexes.
Checkmate in Two Moves
Can you checkmate in two moves?
Try to achieve mathematical equality by changing the location of only one of the garbage items.
Count the different ones.
You need to checkmate your opponent in 2 moves on the given chessboard.
You must checkmate your opponent in just two moves.
You must reach the given number.
Using four operations ( + , -, / , x ), find the given number or the result closest to this number.
Can you checkmate your opponent in 2 moves?
How many squares are there?
How many squares are there in the given figure?
Can you achieve equality by relocating just one of the garbage items?
According to the given number indexes, find the number that should replace X in the last part.
Attention and Perception
According to the number indexes given, find the number indexes that should be in the last section.
The numbers in the middle of the template are arranged according to a certain rule. What do you think the numbers in the middle of the other two templates should be?
How many triangles are there in geometric shapes?
Chess Move Example
Checkmate your opponent in 2 moves!
Creating a new word by changing the letters of a word is called anagram.
What do the figures say?
What might be wanted to be depicted in the picture?
Checkmate in 2 moves!
Checkmate your opponent in 2 moves.
How many rectangles are in the picture?
How many rectangles are there in the picture?
Can you find how many cubes there are?
How many cubes are there in total, visible and invisible?
How many cubes are in the picture?
Find the number of visible and invisible cubes.
Can you find 5 words with 5 letters?
Checkmate example in two moves.
Checkmate your opponent in two moves.
Find the Common Syllable.
Can you checkmate your opponent in 2 moves in the chess game in the picture?
Among the directories in the picture, the numbers are arranged according to a certain rule. According to this rule, what number should come in place of the question mark?
How many unit cubes are not visible in the given picture?
Both sides can checkmate each other in two moves. So how?
Find what's different.
Find the one that is different from the given patterns.
Find new names by changing the letters.
On the chessboard in the figure, either side can checkmate the other in two moves. So how?
Which is different?
Find one of the designs in the figure that is different from the others in one aspect.
Chess - Checkmate in Two Moves
In which options are the pairs of the spirals in the figure given?
Deriving a new word by changing the letters of a word is called an anagram. Nothing is really what it first seems.
Can you find X and Y?
Complete the series!
Which option should be number 3 in the spiral index?
Checkmate in two moves.
Find the missing piece.
Which piece should come in the empty space in the spiral in the picture?
Both sides have the same chance!
Iq Question of the Week
Find the numbers that should come in the empty squares.
Find the different name!
Verbal anagram question of the week...
Make 2 moves to checkmate the opponent.
Which Ribbon Is Broken?
Which of the numbered strips is broken?
You have two moves to checkmate the opponent.
Relationship Between Numbers
Examine the picture and find which number should come in the place where the question mark is placed.
Checkmate in 2 Moves
White plays and mates in two moves.