Ya know what? I’ve decided to go with 5. If the top diagram represents 5 and no other information is given, it’s safe to assume 5 is represented by four squares in a square and that is only represented one time in the lower picture, so 5 it is. Lock it in.

actuality there are three different…
This is part of the personality test…
Logical inflexible mind .. only see it as a math or science problem.
a open-minded individual would see the number of squares as a whole…or how many different times you can make the original 4 squares fit into that square with one individual smaller Square being different…

A very flexible, adaptive mind would see and recognize multiple possible answers at once…
14
1.25 x 9
Or 4 x 5

Heh… I got a series of different answers, obviously Iβm not on the right track. 10, 14, 10.25, 3sqrt3

If someone could post the solution thatβll be great, it just the answer, but the actual reasoning involved.

Itβs interesting to see all the answers, itβll be really interesting if someone made this into a poll. The distribution will probably produce a pattern of its own

Tom Lyonsays:Its the square root of who gives a shit

Donna Jonessays:I’m a math teacher the answer is 14 class.

Danielle Land-Gloversays:It’s 10 if you look at the top one, it has 4 on the inside 1 whole square. The bottom has 9 on the inside and 1 whole square.

George Barrssays:Lol it’s 10 if four squares are equal to 5 then 8 squares no matter the grid would be 10

Kelly Johnsonsays:Ya know what? I’ve decided to go with 5. If the top diagram represents 5 and no other information is given, it’s safe to assume 5 is represented by four squares in a square and that is only represented one time in the lower picture, so 5 it is. Lock it in.

John W Williamssays:I agree with 11.25. Each square at the top had the value of 1.25.

George Pricesays:actuality there are three different…

This is part of the personality test…

Logical inflexible mind .. only see it as a math or science problem.

a open-minded individual would see the number of squares as a whole…or how many different times you can make the original 4 squares fit into that square with one individual smaller Square being different…

A very flexible, adaptive mind would see and recognize multiple possible answers at once…

14

1.25 x 9

Or 4 x 5

Steve Benke Perruzzisays:21. There is 4 of the top square that equals 5 which would be 20 plus the one large square is 21. Doesn’t matter if it overlaps.

Ron Bolandersays:I think it’s the total number squares. 14 for the second square.

Bill Stedmansays:14! Definitely 14, there’s definitely 14 sqaures there, definitely 14. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14! Yup, definitely 14. 14!

Jimmy Sellerssays:You have a square with 4 squares inside of it which make a total of 5, the bottom has 10 ! The answer is 15. Old school π

Dean Cavanaughsays:How many squares on top? They give you the answer. How many squares on the bottom? That’s all there is to it, and the answer is NOT 10.

Phil Chilcotesays:14…….pay attention.

Judy Beukemasays:Thatβs what I say no one should vote if they didnβt get it. Tell the democrats no dead people voting.

Wayne Wrightsays:Happy hour… the answer is always happy hour. Free tacos

Sheila Brileysays:I’m 55 soon to be ,56 ,always hated math but was 1 off in this. But I think that’s maybe a C so ….

Luis Domerguesays:If 4 squares is equal to 5…..then each square represents 1.25…….by 9 squares…11.25…or count all squares and then the final number is 14.

John Wilkinsonsays:Top is 5. The same set is in the bottom figure Γ 4 so 4Γ5=20.

Shaofu Changsays:Heh… I got a series of different answers, obviously Iβm not on the right track. 10, 14, 10.25, 3sqrt3

If someone could post the solution thatβll be great, it just the answer, but the actual reasoning involved.

Itβs interesting to see all the answers, itβll be really interesting if someone made this into a poll. The distribution will probably produce a pattern of its own

Carollynn Henrysays:It is 14. How many boxes are there with in and including the box?

Iona Creesays:I’d say 14

Alan Wrightsays:Can’t be anything but 14

Mike Maurersays:You count the inner squares and then the outer square that contains them all is also a square so it would be 10

Terry Wolfesays:!0..!! Why would U people add the top and bottom boxes together? That was Not the Question!! GET real..!! lol

Anne Rosina Barnettsays:Come on boys and girls I was doing these test at 11+

Leland S SJ Pikesays:first came up with 12 the number of crossing not counting the corners then 14 the number of squares

Christine Davidiansays:Core math has sucked the last brain cell outta everyone!

Kathy Nelsonsays:14 & 10 are the going answers, I’ll go with 10

u0627u0644u062du0627u062c u0639u064au0633u064a.says:14 the correct answer is 14

Sandra Cartsays:15 The reason the first one is 5 is you count the surrounding box giving the 5. The next one is 9 plus 1 (outside box) = 10 so 5+10= 15.

George Pricesays:This isn’t just about math…

This is about how many squares… It’s a visual riddle

Chata Salamancasays:Ya the second answer is 10

Barbara Middletonsays:10 is bottom square and 5 top square so both together are 15

Jack Jacksays:There is no question, why is it that u are all counting the squares.. πππ

Ian Fordsays:I’m going to say why am I seeing this pointless crap in the first place

Bob Reichelsays:14 is the correct response.

Roscoe Mathissays:The correct answer is yes!

Randal Burkesays:It all depends on how you look at it. Enough said.

Ashley Raesays:9 inside boxes, 1 perimeter, 4 in the corners ( draw box around each 4 in the corners)…. That’s 14 total

Robert Scarbersays:I see double i think there is 44

Tim Sloanesays:Iβd say 10 but I suck at math only because there are 10 squares.

Michael J Osbornsays:With all these different answers , who the hell is teaching these days ???????

Kevin Folsomsays:10 1 big box+9 small boxes it’s 14 if you add the top and bottom boxes

Stan Klicksays:11.25 each square is worth 1.25 time 9 = 11.25..

Ken Mcbaysays:Think as in money. Each square has a value of 1.25

As in a dollar and a quarter.

Ronda Eppssays:10 squares 9 small squares inside one big Square which makes 10

Ryan Campsays:Their are 5 square in the top picture… I count 14 in the bottom ….=14

Jack Jacksays:The only question is, can you solve this? Maybe the answer is only yes or no..ππππ

Jack Rittenhousesays:14, back to math class if you canβt see it!

Alan B Riggsays:I slept at a Holiday Inn Express last night! So Iβm not telling you all the right answer!