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Addicted To Puzzles? Here's 5 To Get You Thinking

Everyone loves a puzzle and these five will keep your mind sharp and occupied.

Addicted To Puzzles? Here's 5 To Get You Thinking
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Need a mental workout? See if you can complete these 5 puzzles, each of varying difficulty. 

Stay tuned for the anwers.

1. Sequence shenanigans
1. Sequence shenanigans
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In this sequence, which of the lettered alternatives should replace the question mark?
2. Cube confusion
2. Cube confusion
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The shape above can be folded to form a cube. When it is, just one of the following can be produced. But which one?
3. Cake confusion
3. Cake confusion
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This birthday cake has been divided into exactly three portions. Which three of those cakes underneath the main image were taken from the cake?
4. Flower folly
4. Flower folly
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One bunch of flowers isn’t exactly the same as all the others. Which is different?
5. Divide and conquer
5. Divide and conquer
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Without lifting pencil from paper, draw straight lines to divide this heart into five parts, each containing the letters H, E, A, R and T


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