Remember the BODMAS rule? No, then it is impossible for you to solve this riddle. This brain teaser will test your skills like creativity and great observation skills along with mathematical formulas and equations. As a result, it will strengthen the connection between brain cells, increase mental agility, and help with short-term memory problems. Now, moving on to the task, you must find the exact digits needed to form this aesthetic image of the Art Gallery.

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## Can you find the price of the soft giraffe?

Puzzles require unconventional thinking, although they sometimes also involve excellent cognitive and observation skills. Unlike the image above, you need to use your quantitative skills and logical approach to solve this picture puzzle. Although it is really simple, you just need to rack your brain to find the price of the Giraffe.

Remember, this means that a single, simplified puzzle can reveal a lot of information about the functioning and power of our brain.

Puzzle with Answer: Can you solve and find the value of the caterpillar before this complicated mathematical equation numbs my brain?

## Find the answer to the riddle here:

A brain teaser is essentially a thinking puzzle based on creativity and logic. As a result, with each test, your ability to think and make decisions will improve. The mental game will also help you solve problems and strengthen your critical intuition.

The goal for you is to find the value of the giraffe in this mathematical equation. Easy, right?

But I forgot to tell you that you only have 10 seconds, oh that’s too much, let’s make it 7 seconds.

Tick…

Knock…

Tick…

Enough suspense and discreet background music, let’s get to the answer.

The image consists of four mathematical equations with variables such as sheep, giraffe and zebra. And your task is the value of all the variables.

Use all your brain, logical reasoning, mathematical formulas and other skills to find the correct answer to the mathematical riddle.

Know?

In 1880, the German company Steiff manufactured the first stuffed toy, a felt elephant, which was initially sold as a pincushion.

Back to the puzzle… I’m sure you’re done now!

Well, if you are still struggling with the solution, take a look at the image below to know the precise answer to this riddle.

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Puzzles for fun: 99.9% of puzzle champions failed to count the exact digits in this mind-blowing image. Try it yourself!

Categories: Optical Illusion

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