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Introverts vs. Extroverts, how do they differ?
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Introverts vs. Extroverts, how do they differ?

In practice, there is no one who possesses a purely introverted or extroverted personality. However, we all have one style or another more predominantly. Introverts tend to prefer to be alone or with few people around them, to have conversations only with another person and work alone.

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How much does MIL + MIL add up?

Solve the following sum considering that each question mark represents a symbol that you must find: Solution The sum is made in Roman numerals: Or what is the same: 1049 + 1049 = 2098. One of the most common conceptual blocks is False admitted fact, in which we take for granted more than specifically stated in the statement.
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Behind the broken wall

In this image you can see that behind the broken wall there are the remains of a mosque, do you see anything strange? Solution Broken wall is only an optical effect created by a drawing.
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An ingenious mix

They say that an honest and simple milkman who boasted of his correction and the fact of never having disappointed a client discovered with distaste one morning that his supply of milk was insufficient to meet the demand of all his clients. Indeed, their reserves were insufficient to supply all customers with their usual route and they had no chance of getting more milk.
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A priest praying

In this curious drawing we see seemingly the image of a priest with his hands entwined praying. Are you able to find the other character that hides? Solution As you can see, the image is transformed into a totally different character, a Russian Cossack.
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The potato race

In the past, no rural fair was complete without a potato race, and in some locations the hobby is still popular among boys and girls in the countryside. One hundred potatoes are placed on the ground, in a straight line, ten feet away from each other. A basket is placed ten feet behind the first potato.
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Behind me

How can I be behind my father if my father is behind me? Solution We are both facing away from each other.
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Farmer

Look carefully at this drawing, what do you see ...? You certainly see the figure of a man with a hat. Solution But there is also a donkey, look again at the image:
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Matthias check

Matías went to the bank like every Monday morning, to cash his weekly check. This time, the cashier, who had not slept very well at night, was wrong and handed him euros for cents and cents for euros. Matías, he kept the envelope with the money in his pocket without looking at the amount. When he left, he took a penny from the envelope to give it to the poor man on the corner and upon arriving home and checking the money in the envelope, he verified that there was twice the money indicated on the check.
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Light the match

What would happen if you entered a room completely filled with butane gas and lit a match? Solution Nothing would happen, because being the room completely filled with butane, it means that there is nothing else, and without oxygen you can not light a fire.
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Family entanglement

How can I get my father to be my son's brother-in-law and that I am my brother's grandfather? Solution For this to be possible I need to marry a widow who has an adult daughter. My father marries that daughter, who is my stepdaughter. So my wife is the mother-in-law of my father and my father is his stepson.
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Stockings

Four half pairs of half socks, how many pairs of socks are they? Solution It's a pair of socks.
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Counting squares

How many squares that have the vertices in the centers of the points marked in the figure next to these lines can be drawn? Solution The following image illustrates all possible cases, in total, 9 + 4 + 2 + 4 + 2 = 21 different squares:
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Eight equilateral triangles

Are you able to build eight equilateral triangles by drawing six straight segments just as long? Solution There are two possible solutions as shown in the following image:
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With the four walls to the north

Is it possible to build a rectangular house with the four walls facing north? Solution If we place the house in Antarctica, just on the geographical south pole, the four walls of the house will be oriented to the north since at the geographical south pole, the only direction we can follow is to the north.
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Cube division

We have a cube that measures eight units of side. If we divide it into eight identical cubes, what is the length of each of the smaller cubes? Solution The length of each of the cubes is 4 units, half that of the large cube.
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Divide the clock into three parts

Are you able to divide the clock face into three parts so that the sum of the numbers of each part is the same? Solution The image shows the three zones in which we can divide the clock so that they add the same amount:
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The rose and the dolphin

It is evident that in this image a rose appears, but ... Are you able to find the dolphin? Solution It is not easy to see but just above the center of the flower you can see the silhouette of the dolphin.
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Don Quixote

Look at this drawing of Don Quijote, there is more than it seems. Solution There are more faces and images that can be seen with a detailed observation.
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The two triangles

You can see 5 triangles in the image on the left. How many triangles can be counted in the one on the right? Solution 47 triangles can be found
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