8 small, 5 medium, 4 larger, plus 1 on the outside for a total of 18. At soon to be age 79 my vision is still quite good and my intellect not a Doofus.

Too damn bad that so many of you don’t understand what the definition of a Square is. Just because it may contain Both rectangles and squares within it, It Is Still A Square. I may be soon to be 79 years old but I am Not a Doofus. Got about 100% in every Math and Geometry class I ever took. Did some of you even Pass those classes or were you Totally Asleep then?

Keep looking Sue. Definitely 14. Tricky isn’t it. Can’t believe they never tell you the answers to these questions. You did well though and heaven forbid, maybe I’m wrong.

Humor me people, play along for a moment. Look at the picture. Do you see the small + in the center of the image? Extend those lines out to the edge of image. NOW, how many more squares do you see?

Since it asks how many SQUARES I see, I see 14 squars and 4 rectangles. Look at the picture carefully. Study it. The first 2 times I saw this post I only saw 10 squares and 4 rectangles. Took me that long to see it.

You have to take 602054609845.093845098 multiply by 23598340934509345098.886940 then divide the answer by 123123% then use the quadratic equation to figure out the root of the number and that will be your answer.

The answer is 9 because 4 squares in the middle and 1 square on each corner and then the big square that in cases all of the squares. The other 2 you say are squares are rectangular and by definition those 2 are NOT consider a square so that is why the answer is 9.

Ken Brillsays:8 small, 5 medium, 4 larger, plus 1 on the outside for a total of 18. At soon to be age 79 my vision is still quite good and my intellect not a Doofus.

Ken Brillsays:Too damn bad that so many of you don’t understand what the definition of a Square is. Just because it may contain Both rectangles and squares within it, It Is Still A Square. I may be soon to be 79 years old but I am Not a Doofus. Got about 100% in every Math and Geometry class I ever took. Did some of you even Pass those classes or were you Totally Asleep then?

Julie Birdsays:Keep looking Sue. Definitely 14. Tricky isn’t it. Can’t believe they never tell you the answers to these questions. You did well though and heaven forbid, maybe I’m wrong.

Todd Hurlimansays:Humor me people, play along for a moment. Look at the picture. Do you see the small + in the center of the image? Extend those lines out to the edge of image. NOW, how many more squares do you see?

Todd Hurlimansays:Since it asks how many SQUARES I see, I see 14 squars and 4 rectangles. Look at the picture carefully. Study it. The first 2 times I saw this post I only saw 10 squares and 4 rectangles. Took me that long to see it.

Jerry Weaversays:You have to take 602054609845.093845098 multiply by 23598340934509345098.886940 then divide the answer by 123123% then use the quadratic equation to figure out the root of the number and that will be your answer.

Lynn Allredsays:The question says “how many square DO YOU SEE,” not how many squares there actually are… so any answer you give will always be right, won’t it?

Tony Fiduciasays:“10”

8 small squares.

The four small squares in the middle make 1 square.

The entire perimeter makes 1 square.

8+1+1=10

Wendy Treblesays:18, some of the squares are made up of part rectangles and squares.

Carl Larsonsays:9 “actual squares”. Other’s are rectangles. My interpretation of course….

Alan Greersays:10…the rest are rectangles.

Todd Hurlimansays:Oh my, my roommate just pointed out an additional 4 squares. So now we are up to 18 squares and 4 rectangles.

Steven Willssays:14 don’t forget to count the outside square

Kenneth Jastelekysays:I see 14 I’m probably wrong but that’s the way it is

Grace DeFalcosays:I count 8 but if you count the square surrounding them outside it would be 9.

John Cranorsays:Squares not rectangles, 9 with 4 rectangles a total of 13 figures.

Joy Moultersays:9 there are several rectangles

Joe Briggssays:9 – 4 in the middle, 1 on each corner and the overall square – for a total of 9.

Alvin Bud Sewardsays:I can’t even guess

I can’t find my glasses

Dorothy J Andersonsays:11 the 2 side rectangles make squares with small squares next to them

Pamela Mcmilliansays:10b large square, 4 corner squares, 4 inner squares, a square around the inner square.

Harold Woodsays:18

u00c3fu00e1qu00fbu00e9 Fu00e1lu00e0ksays:There are 14 square and 4 rectangle

Arthur Coffeysays:6 the rest are rectanjles or open sguars

Edward Emnettsays:13 squares, others are rectangles

Todd Kernsays:there are only 8 unobstructed squares.

George B Warrensays:The answer is 9 because 4 squares in the middle and 1 square on each corner and then the big square that in cases all of the squares. The other 2 you say are squares are rectangular and by definition those 2 are NOT consider a square so that is why the answer is 9.

George B Warrensays:Definition of a square is what then you have your answer on how many squares there are.

Alvin Bud Sewardsays:9

Sharon Smith Obriensays:10

Carol Anne Fenlonsays:18

Mark Faronsays:All of them!

John Brackenburysays:18…

Michael Huelskampsays:18 squares and a few rectangles.

Robert McInnessays:8 the rest are rectangle

Delta Rosariosays:14

Julie L. Jonessays:Anyone know the correct answer? I got 14

Abdiwahab Abdillahisays:14 squares….

Linda Ericksonsays:18

Sa Diasays:18

John Shermansays:18

Annie Changsays:18

Clifford Suiresays:18

Diane Maskiell-Georgesays:18

Carol Duncan Hinderlitersays:10. The rest are rectangles.

Amber Lochowiczsays:On a second go, I say 18

IApril Pachocosays:15..😊

Phyllis Herrittsays:8SQUARES INSIDE 1 BIG SQUARE MAKES9

Phyllis Herrittsays:9

Marty Wendtsays:18