blue grass publishing » divergent thinking http://www.bluegrasspublishing.com Fri, 06 Feb 2015 03:06:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.1 Creative Puzzles To Train Your Divergent Thinkinghttp://www.bluegrasspublishing.com/creative-puzzles-to-train-your-divergent-thinking/ http://www.bluegrasspublishing.com/creative-puzzles-to-train-your-divergent-thinking/#comments Sun, 09 Mar 2014 09:24:25 +0000 http://www.simplylisten.com/?p=90 brain-exercise

Generally, our brain deals with problems rationally. We base our answers on the lessons learned, with a historical basis and with a perfectly logical approach, but in many cases it is important to apply another perspective to problem solving. Many problems may be unsolvable using logic established but simple if faced with new ideas.

Today we train our brains to develop its divergent thinking. We are going to see a series of riddles I’ve been recovering from multiple forums and known and whose resolution requires a little creativity. Creative Puzzles playing is a good exercise of brain.

Pending Coffee: One morning I have dropped an earring in coffee although the cup was full, the slope did not get wet. How is that possible?          

Two Cans with Water: We have two cans filled with water and a large empty container. Is there any way to put all the water in the large container so that then can tell that water came out of each can? – SAVED

 

From The Burning: Let us place ourselves in a small island of abundant vegetation, which is surrounded by sharks. If one side of the island begins to burn, and the wind is in favor of the fire, how do to save us from this hell?

The Tunnel And Trains: At a railway line has double track lying except in a tunnel, which is not wide enough to accommodate both. Therefore, in the tunnel the line is single track. One evening, a train entered the tunnel marching in one direction, and another train entered the tunnel itself, but in reverse. Both were speeding, and yet did not crash. Explain.

 

The Prisoner Runaway: An escaped convict was walking down a country road when he saw a car approaching rapidly from the police. Although the intention was to escape escaped into the woods, ran 10 meters towards the oncoming vehicle. Did this to show his disdain for law enforcement, or could have another powerful reason?

THE SELLER True: “This parrot is able to repeat everything you hear,” assured Mrs. the owner of the pet store. But a week later, the lady who bought it was back in the store complaining that the parrot did not say a word. And yet, the seller had not lied. Can you explain?

The logic puzzles are games that consist of finding the solution to a riddle or the hidden meaning of a sentence using intuition and reasoning. To solve the most common conundrums we must make use of the imagination and powers of deduction. The resolution has to be only the approach of the statement knowing it is not allowed to ask questions of any kind. Going to exercise our minds a bit: “A man is in the beginning of a long corridor that has three switches, at the end the room was closed with a door. One of these three switches turns on the light in that room, which is initially off. How do you know which switch turns? Ensure traveling light once the route of the corridor? “Clue: The man has a flashlight.

“A surveyor is posing questions to a woman at home: Number of children? Tres she says. Ages? The product of the ages is 36 and the sum is equal to the number of the house, responds. Pollster tells women that the data are not sufficient, the woman thinks and says is right, most studies piano. This is enough for the interviewer to know the ages of the children. Which are? “

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