## Aplusclick Best Puzzles 2019

December 1, 2019 Leave a comment

These are the Best Puzzles published at www.aplusclick.org in 2019.

Math and Logic Puzzles

December 1, 2019 Leave a comment

These are the Best Puzzles published at www.aplusclick.org in 2019.

December 1, 2018 Leave a comment

New challenges:

What is the easiest way to make it correct? Answer

In what Olympic sport does the winner cross the line facing backwards? Answer

What time is it? Answer

What is the necessary mirror size? Answer

Find all 18 best puzzles at

January 1, 2018 Leave a comment

Aplusclcik team chose 17 Best Puzzles of 2017.

They are:

What country has the lowest birth rate in the World?

If certain words in this question are spelt wrong, how many of the eighteen words are spelt wrong?

A claustrophobic gentleman chooses his place in the train that will enter a tunnel just after the station. Where is the best place for him?

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November 5, 2015 Leave a comment

What happens once in a minute, twice in a week and once in a year?

I will be X years old in year X^{2}. How old am I?

How many planes of symmetry does a cube have?

“1” costs $10. “20” costs $20. How much does “100” cost?

February 3, 2015 Leave a comment

Find the area of the rectangle if the numbers show the areas of the corresponding triangles.

Find the area of the shape.

How many squares of all different sizes are on a chessboard?

June 6, 2014 Leave a comment

A+Click contributor Gerry Geek just published a new true story:

A group of friends visit me. They eat and drink everything, even the cat’s food, and then leave. The fridge is empty – only a glass of milk is left. I give half of the milk to my cat Ben. He drinks half of it and then I drink half of what is left. Again, he drinks half of what is left and then I do the same. We continue until nothing is left. What proportion of the initial amount of milk did I drink in total?

I remember the moment when I saw Jane for the first time. We were sitting at the same table at a tea room along with Mary and John. We looked at each other and I was sure that everybody immediately chooses another. If two boys and two girls choose a partner, then what is the probability that everybody chooses the person who chooses them?

Before I met Jane I had a relationship with three girls who lived in the same house. I sent three letters to them. If the postman put the letters into three different boxes without looking at the name of the recipient, what would be the probability that all girls received their letters?

January 7, 2014 1 Comment

Everybody was born a genius! You too!

Unleash the genius that sleeps within.

How? Make your brain work!

One of the possibilities is a small everyday dose of brain work.

Look at the puzzle below.

At the beginning, it can drive you crazy.

Don’t give up!

Take an easier challenge and GROW!

Aplusclick provides you with an enormous opportunity for everyday training!

You start with unpractical number puzzles and finish by solving practical optimization problems such as finding the shortest underground route …

… or packing the maximum possible number of boxes in a room.

Remember: You are a genius! Don’t miss an opportunity to grow!

A rendezvous at www.aplusclick.org