One of the biggest ways to deal with riddles is by paying attention to detail. You can’t afford to be blindsided. In fact, the best way to solve a puzzle would be to observe the entire question and then solve it. Remember, the answer is usually hidden in the question.

All you need to do is keep looking for answers in an unorthodox way. After all, there is no book that can teach you how to answer a riddle. You need to keep thinking out of the box- for that will bring out the answers. At the end of the day, it all depends on how quick you are with your mind.

**Let’s See If You Can Answer These 6 Riddles**

1. **Find the symbol that appears twice:**

2. **Solve the equation:**

3. **Count the number of triangles:**

4. **Find the missing number**

5. **Spot the hidden number:**

## The Solutions

1.

If you have looked at the question properly, then you would see that there is just one object repeated twice. And that is the machinery for a vehicle- the circular wheel structure. It is present in the middle of row 3, and the beginning of row 5.

2.

If you find the answer to be 12, then the answer is wrong. This riddle does look a little bit tricky to solve, doesn’t it? Well, all you need to focus on is the perception of the question. As you can see, there are no signs given at the end of the first and the second line- which implies that the two numbers are to be taken as 11. Now, if you simply put it in a single sentence, you will find the correct answer.

3.

Every minuscule portion of that diagram is a triangle in itself. This riddle tests your observational skills. You might be able to see the big picture- but can you notice the individual points in it? There are 35 triangles in all.

4.

The number missing is 51. This should have been a walk in the park for anyone.

5.

The number hidden in the moss is 736. It is not really difficult to locate, but you might need to squint for a while to fully get it out. Again, not difficult at all!

Riddles can be quite fun and they are not age-determined. You may be in the prime of your life and still enjoy a good riddle. So, why shirk away? Embrace this slice of life, and enjoy it to the fullest!

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