Are you preparing for the competitive exams? If yes, then you all know that all the sections that come in the exam are important and are difficult to solve. To attempt such difficult questions and to crack the exam, lot of practice is required. And, most importantly, there should be the right choice of material from where you can prepare. For all such aspirants who are looking for the best study material, we have come up with a great collection of ‘Brain Teaser’ questions that would improve your problem-solving ability. Here is the Most Tricky and Hard Brain Teaser Puzzles. We have given the Brain Teasers Pictures with Answers. Download Brain Teaser Riddles, Questions, and Answers, Games, etc.

Below are some tricky Puzzles, Questions, Riddles and much more that might come in the exams. Scroll down the page to read the questions. We have also given the answers along with the explanation that would help you in clearing the concepts.

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### Brain Teasers Pictures with Answers

**Answer: 87.**

**Explanation: ** How did we get 87? The trick is reverse the Image and See. When you do like that you can see the numbers follow an ordered pattern.

**Answer: **

The numbers, which are in colour attract the eye & the reader may automatically find themselves checking those for a mistake. In fact, the error is hidden in the text that is “Can you find the the Mistake”.

### Number Puzzle with Answers

**Answer: **366329.

**Solution: **

First two digit = first number * second number

Similarly Second two digits = first number * third number

Last two digits = first two digits + second two digits – third number and reverse them.

**#Puzzle 2**

**Answer:** 211

**Explanation:** In this addition series, 1 is added to the first number 2 is added to the second number 3 is added to the third number 4 is added to the fourth number and go on.

**Answer:**10

**Explanation:**This is a simple alternating addition and subtraction series. In the first pattern, 3 is added; in the second, 2 is subtracted.

**Answer**: 101

**Explanation**: 101 < 11 and 101 is not divisible by any of the prime numbers 2, 3, 5, 7, 11.

101 is a prime number.

Hence 101 is the smallest 3-digit prime number.

**Answer:** Alphabet ‘E

**Explanation:** When you will look at the spelling, there is alphabet ‘E’ that is coming for two times in the word ‘WEEK’ and once in the spelling of the word ‘YEAR’. But it is not coming in the spelling of the word ‘DAY’.

**Answer:** 12

**Explanation:** All the months have 28 days.

**Answer: **15 and 12

**Explanation:** This alternating addition series begins with 8; then 1 is added to give 9; then 1 is added to give 10; and so on.

Similarly, the second number in the series is 12 and then 1 is added to give 13, then 1 is added to give 14 and so on.

**Answer:** 14

**Explanation:** This is a simple alternating addition and subtraction series. The first series begins with 8 and adds 3; the second begins with 43 and subtracts 2.

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