Tuesday, March 24, 2009

A puzzle for YOU!!!!

Sorry!!
I was not able to concentrate much on my blog because of my exams ..
It got over today…..the last exam was Maths….
it was a bit tricky …So I decided to give you all a logical and tricky puzzle

Work your intestines well!!!!! You may get within a second

Here there are 6 balls. Each are numbered from1 to 6 for your convenient answering. You are supposed to change two balls (in figure one) and make its direction upside down as in figure two. You can write your answer by specifying the number order you get after you solve.

I expect your answer as a comment


Hope you all are able to solve this one :)
A surprise waiting for all winners ….will be given soon…

10 comments:

Patty said...

Put number 1 next to number 2. and bring number six down and put under 4 and 5.

Glad your exams are over, hope you did well. How's your Mom's leg healing?

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I probably don't understand what you want. BUT--if you can only move two balls, they would be the 4 and 6 ball.
416
23
5

I'm sure that is probably wrong --since that's too simple. Usually these puzzles are 'tricky'...
Hugs
Betsy

annie kelleher said...

is it 231
45
6?

Monsal Varga said...

Top row: 4 - 1 - 6
Middle row: 2 - 3
Bottom row: 5

Am I correct?

Kahshe Cottager said...

Move the #1 ball to the right of #3 and move #4 centered under #5 & #6??

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog. It made my day to see a new visitor!

Liz said...

I am going to guess that you move 4 & 6. So the order would go 4-1-6-2-3-5? I was never good at these!

OLLIE MCKAY'S ~ A Chic Boutique said...

Uh. . . put 4 and 6 on either side of 1?? Happy Thursday!

Bonnie said...

I was checking in for the answer.. couldn't figure it out :)

Margaret Cloud said...

I will be back to see who solves this one.

Judi said...

Initially I didn't understand this at all...then all of a sudden it just became clear. 416-23-5
That was fun.
It was so nice to have you visit...come back again soon.
Thats interesting about the henna plant. Mine is realy quite dark now...it seems it took a couple of days for it to turn darker.
have a lovely evening
Judi