Health and Wellness : Brain Games - Exercising the Brain is Healthy

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  1. UBNaturally

    UBNaturally Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Would like to offer some simple to complex brain games and/or puzzles that hopefully present enough interest and challenge for everyone.

    Also, feel free to share some as well, and let's see who can solve or find a conclusion to them.

    First one

    Using the numbers 1-9 (5 is already given and used), fill in the boxes so that all lines of three add to 15, horizontally, vertically, and diagonally:

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    This is one solution:

    2 9 4
    7 5 3
    6 1 8
     
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    Here is another one


    Using the numbers 1-9 (1 is already given and used), fill in the spaces so that all numbers within each circle add up to the same total:

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    Another one, a bit harder...

    Using the numbers 1-8, fill in the circles so that each encompassed area (triangle or square) adds up to the total of the number represented within it:

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    Another one...

    Using the numbers 1-8, place each inside the circles so that none that are connect by a line are consecutive by 1 (ex. 2-3, 5-6 is not acceptable, 2-5, 3-7 is acceptable):

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