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Put your logic skills to the test this Easter with this Logic Puzzle! Filled to the brim with picture puzzles and riddles, let’s see how egg-ceptional your brain really is. Shall we get started?
1.Can you unjumble this picture into the correct order?
2. Can you solve this egg-quation?
3. Two fathers and two sons go on an Easter egg hunt. They each find the same number of eggs. How many eggs did they find altogether?
4. What is the smallest number of chickens that can walk in this formation: two chickens in front of a chicken, two chickens behind a chicken, and a chicken between two chickens?
5. Betty, Max, Robert and Luke were all given 7 Easter eggs each. Betty stepped on two of hers, Max gave 5 of his away to his parent, Robert broke 4 of his and Luke ate all but one of his. At the end of the day, assuming all of the children ate all the eggs that were whole, how many eggs were consumed between the children?