This IQ test is not everyone’s cup of tea but we think our smart viewers have what it takes to come out on top.
Whether it’s logical themed problems or visual closure tests, one thing is for sure. Quizzes are the ultimate means of providing your brain with a workout that’s worth your while. Moreover, these are not only great at gauging your IQ levels but your ability to apply critical thinking and logic.
Remember, those who work hard are destined to do well in all walks of life, and puzzles are no exception.
Usually, tests like these provide viewers with a plethora of benefits simultaneously, not to forget a great deal of viral fun too. Whether you plan on solving it with help or simply wish to continue on your own, one thing is for sure. You’re guaranteed to have an absolute ball.
Whether the image shown is complete or partial, be aware that you need to go about the situation with a little smartness. No puzzle is that easy to put the answer right in front of you. However, that does not mean you can’t solve it! Yes, the answer is usually disguised in some form or the other.
Keeping these pointers in mind, let’s see how well you do with this particular riddle that’s stumping the internet as we speak. Let’s take a look!
The tricky puzzle
We agree it’s not as easy as you might believe, but it’s definitely solvable. Remember, 7 out of 10 viewers managed to get it right in the time limit and we think you’re definitely capable of doing the same.
Are you done? If yes, scroll down below, and let’s see how well you’ve performed.
The right solution
It’s time for the final verdict. Do you think you’ve gotten it right? Well, we sure do hope so. Let’s see how close you were to the answer.
You should light cord number one simultaneously from both of its ends. Now, you’ll have thirty minutes. Next, light the second cord from only one end! Once the first cord burns out, light the other end of the second cord, which is the remaining 15 minutes.
Recommended Video For You!
“Sisters With Alzheimer See Each Other For The First Time In 15 Years”