Maths Brain Teasers 64:: Can You - Eliminate the Odd Clock Out???

Hey All; @StemGeeks Mathematician;

Without further, ado, let's get to our puzzle for today:: Maths Brain Teasers 64:: Can You Complete The Sequence???

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Have a close look at the image given and see if you eliminate the - "Odd Clock Out".. There is logic to resolve the puzzle; try finding out the logic and it should be resolved in seconds.. Guesswork isn't going to help...

With that, I'll leave you all with the Maths Brain Teasers 64:: Can You - Eliminate the Odd Clock Out? Good luck solving iT...


Maths Brain Teasers 63:: Can You Complete The Sequence? - Solved with Explanation

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Let's have a look at the Step by Step instructions to Solve the Maths Brain Teasers 63:: Can You Complete The Sequence??

  • First, let's look at the pattern involved in this puzzle::

The Numbers are added in the following order::

1.25, 1.5, 1.75, 2, 2.25, 2.5

And as indicated by @universe.laws the same can be solved in the following manner as well;;

Looking at the pattern, we see that each time we subtract 2 consecutive numbers (going from the smallest to largest) the difference increase by 0.25

x - 9.75 = 2.5

We solve for x and get: x = 2.5 + 9.75 = 12.25

Hence the Answer to the Maths Brain Teasers 63 is :: 12.25


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My guess will be that Clock B is the odd one out.

The Pattern I found for was if a clock was AB:CD then the corresponding pattern clock is BA:DC.

So 12:11 --> 21:11 and 11:15 --> 11:51. These four numbers are on the available solutions.
However 11:21 would require 11:12 to be on the list and it isn't.

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I also say that the answer is B.

Clocks A & D, and clocks C & E are mirror images of one another. Clock B has no counterpart.

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I thought it was swapping digits at first too, but then I saw the mirror...I think I'm the only one who's correct in my reasoning. 🤔🤓

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B is the odd clock.
Looking at the pattern it is evident that we are switching (or mirroring) the digits representing the hour, and those representing the minute independently.
A is 12:11 the numbers representing the hour become 21 and those for the minutes 11 (since we have the same digits) so we get its counter clock which is E) 21:11
Same for C which is 11:15 after mirroring it becomes 11:51 which is clock D
And we are left with B) 11:21 which is the odd clock since an equivalent one would be 11:12 which is not part of the 5 clocks.

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Definitely Clock B, the digits for the hours and minutes are swapped around for the other two pairs, with poor old clock B without a pair.

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I think the answer is 11:21. It is the only one which doesn't have an inverse of the minute digits.

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The answer is B because the pattern here is switching the digits of the clocks.
Clock A is 12:11 has its counterpart clock E 21:11
And clock C 11:15 has clock D 11:51
But clock B 11:21 has no equivalent counterpart, which would have to be 11:12

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