BS4 to BS8 IQ Puzzles

My apologies for the delay of the hints, mechanics and tips of the previewed puzzle in my previous post. In this post I will showcase 5 puzzles, as stated in my title. The 4th to 8th Blue Stickman IQ Puzzle will be posted here. Of course, prizes at stake will be much bigger compared to the previous puzzles. This time, all puzzles are hex-free. It simply means that you don’t need to get the hex value of each blue stickman to get the right answer, just like what you did on puzzles BS2 and BS3.



BS4 to BS8 puzzles are very easy, similar to the first Blue Stickman IQ Puzzle. But still, you need to think and explain your correct answer in order for it to be valid. All IQ Puzzles in this series are logical. You just need to look at the picture and elucidate your answer. Some puzzles have 1 answer, some of them have 2. Each of the puzzle has corresponding tips and hints. All puzzles have the same mechanics.

The prize at stake to the first one who can get all puzzles correctly is $150.00 USD via Paypal. There are 5 puzzles below. You need to get the right answer and explanation in order to claim your prize. There are also corresponding prizes if you can’t get all the 5 answers correctly.

» 2nd Prize for 4 Correct Answers: $50.00 USD
» 3rd Prize for 3 Correct Answers: $25.00 USD
» 4th Prize for 2 Correct Answers: $10.00 USD
» 5th Prize for 1 Correct Answer: $5.00 USD

The total US Dollars at stake is $240.00! All prizes will be sent to your Paypal account. If you don’t have a Paypal account, then you cash prize is forfeited. But if you don’t want it to be forfeited, you can sign up here!

MECHANICS:
1. Your explanation should satisfy all the hints and tips
2. If you think your answer is right, but it contradicts at least one of the hints and tips, then your answer is wrong
3. You can answer as much as you can, there are no limits in answering these puzzles
4. Only one answer per comment, if you have two answers or more in one comment, then all of your answers are invalid
5. Your answer should follow the format below, otherwise your answer is considered invalid:

For example your answer is letter A and B:
ANSWER FOR BS4: A and B
EXPLANATION: Because I love A and B

6. You can ask questions by posting a comment below
7. An answer with no explanation is considered invalid
8. The explanation should be correct in order for it to be valid
9. The last day to answer this puzzle is on March 29, 2009 at 11:59 PM (WordPress Time)
10. Everyone can participate even if you’re not a blogger
11. You can ask your friends to help you answer if you want
12. Any possible reasons are welcome, but there’s only one correct answer
13. The first one to answer all 5 puzzles correctly wins!
14. The first one to answer 4 puzzles correctly is the 2nd placer!
15. The first one to answer 3 puzzles correctly is the 3rd placer!
16. The first one to answer 2 puzzles correctly is the 4th placer!
17. The first one to get the right answer in any of the 5 puzzles is the 5th placer!
18. The first prize winner is not qualified to get the 2nd prize, 3rd prize and so on… The 2nd placer is not qualified to get the 3rd and other lower place prizes. This also applies to the 3rd, and 4th placers.

INSTRUCTIONS: There are 5 different puzzles below, all you need to do is follow the tips and hints of each puzzle, then follow the answer format in the mechanics. Good luck!

Blue Stickmans on the Road Puzzle (BS4)

Blue Stickman 4
TIPS:
1. 2 Answers are required in this puzzle. If you only give one answer, then your answer is invalid
2. Two pictures above are different from the rest
3. The answers are clearly noticeable
4. Just stare and you’ll see
HINTS:
1. They are all the same
2. Counting is a waste of time

The Coward and the Fearless Blue Stickman Puzzle (BS5)

Blue Stickman 5
TIPS:
1. This one is tricky
2. There’s only one answer
HINTS:
1. You need everyone to catch one
2. One Eight Three Six
3. The Answer is ___ ?
4. SFBM
5. There are no spaces

Blue Stickman Traitor Puzzle (BS6)

Blue Stickman 6
TIPS:
1. The answer is subtle
2. You need to find X
3. Y1 Y2 and Y3 are 3 different unknown values
4. There’s only one answer
HINTS:
1. The traitor is hidden
2. “Change is inevitable. Change is constant.” – Benjamin Disraeli
3. X = [Y1 + 6 ] + [Y2 - 2] + [Y3 + 0]
4. Metamorphosis is required after the third dot

The Blue Stickman Army Puzzle (BS7)

Blue Stickman 7
TIPS:
1. You need to look at the picture carefully
2. There’s only one answer
HINTS:
1. 1C 3R
2. 3200 can help
3. 1964 + 1
4. Someone born in Louisiana can help

Blue Stickman Squared Puzzle (BS8)

Blue Stickman 8
TIPS:
1. This is a bonus puzzle
2. It’s Logical
3. There’s only one answer
HINTS:
1. The Sequence is Broken
2. Don’t make the letters confuse you
3. BONUS HINT: It’s either left to right, right to left, top to bottom, or bottom to top

Good luck and have fun! Yay! And oh, thanks to Fitz for making sure that the puzzles are easy to understand.

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209 thoughts on “BS4 to BS8 IQ Puzzles

  1. BS8
    Answer: J
    Explanation: Because it breaks the sequence. Nyok!

    L=left motion / R=right motion

    Going from left to right, downwards, the BS “bounces” from:
    L-R-L-R-L-L-R-L-R-L-R-L

    Going from up to down, going to the left, the BS “bounces” from:
    L-R-R-L=R-L-L-R=R-R-L-R

    Gets? Lolz. :D

  2. BS4 answer1: C, Big blue stickman just got itself aligned on the lower edge. answer2: B Small blue stickman got out of place on the upper middle. hehehe try lng po baka makalusot. haha random answer :D first timer ako eh! :P

  3. When you say ‘sequence’ to BS8, did you mean A-L or do those letters just identify each block and we should figure out the sequence of blocks ourselves and has nothing to do with A-L?

  4. ANSWER FOR BS4: D and F
    EXPLANATION: Because the number of grasses (the random blue lines on the side of the road) in D and F are the same.

    Others have more than D and F

  5. ANSWER FOR BS4: B and F
    EXPLANATION: Because they don’t have three stickman in an inverted triangle position in the background like the four boxes.

  6. ANSWER TO BS4: B and F
    EXPLANATION: Because they don’t have three stickman in an inverted triangle position in the background.

    Hint 1 and 2: They are all the same. Counting is a waste of time. Because all of the boxes have nine stickman.

  7. ANSWER TO BS8: K
    EXPLANATION: Box K has broken the sequence of the Group IJKL, the stick man should be on the upperleft side and not in the center.

  8. ANSWER FOR BS7: A
    EXPLANATION: Because one of the blue stickmans is not properly aligned by 1 pixel. The bs in the 1st column of the 3rd row in box A. This satisfies 1C 3R = 1st Column 3rd Row.

      • ANSWER FOR BS7: E
        EXPLANATION: I’m not that confident with my answer, so this is my second attempt to answer BS7. I think Jen was right, I also checked the blue stickman in letter C, the one in the 1st column and 3rd row.

        There is a small dot, to be specific 1 pixel in the arm pit (kili-kili) of the blue stickman situated in box E, 1C3R.

        This also satisfies all the hints and doesn’t contradict any of the tips.

        You need to zoom in at about 3200% to see the image clearly. 1964+1=1965 the year the publisher of the word Pixel was born. He was born in Louisiana. That’s why he can help me decipher this puzzle.

      • ANSWER FOR BS5: H
        EXPLANATION: I’ll be answering base on all the tips and hints.

        TIPS:
        1. This one is tricky – Yes, because it involves Morse Code.
        2. There’s only one answer – Yes, and the answer is H
        HINTS:
        1. You need everyone to catch one – You need everyone because each of the boxes is equivalent to one letter or should we say value in the Morse Code
        2. One Eight Three Six – 1836 is the year the Morse Code was invented
        3. The Answer is ___ ? – THEANSWERISH. That’s the deciphered code in BS5
        4. SFBM -Samuel F.B. Morse is the inventor of the Morse Code
        5. There are no spaces – there are no spaces in THEANSWERISH. If we separate the readable words, it can be read as: THE ANSWER IS H.

        So clearly, the answer is H.

        Now I have to get BS6 to be the first to answer all of it! :twisted:

  9. ANSWER FOR BS6: C
    EXPLANATION: If Donald Serrano was right, then I’m right also and I have the chance to answer another puzzle for the 4th place. teeheee..

    Seriously, for the explanation, if you look at it, you can see the difference against the other blue stickmans in BS6.

  10. ANSWER TO BS6: C
    EXPLANATION: Metamorphosis is required after the third dot. Meaning C should still be in line with A and B.

    This can be compared with the position of FGHIJ. HIJ are aligned while FG are not. ABCDE should mirror the effect.

  11. ANSWER TO BS7: A
    EXPLANATION: The idea came from Veej. One of the blue stickman is not properly aligned by 1 pixel. This blue stickman is in the 1st Column of the 3rd row in box A. 1C 3R

    Someone born in Louisiana can help. Frederic Crockett Billingsley who coined the term “pixel” was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.

  12. Answer for BS8: J
    Explanation: It should be towards the right of the square.

    Reading from left to right:
    1st line: started from left to right to left (always the opposite direction)

    2nd line: started from the right to left to left (should be to right)

    3rd line: started from right to left to right (always the opposite direction)

    4th line: started from left to right to left (always the opposite direction)

  13. ANSWER FOR BS8: D
    EXPLANATION: Considering the squares by columns.
    The columns have this trend: the blue stick man is going down
    and on the last row (squares H and L), the blue stick man
    goes back to its original position (as in squares E and I, upper right and upper left, respectively). Square D differs as it should be on the upper left.

  14. Answer for BS4: C and D.
    WHY? When you look at A-B-D-E, the left-hand of the 2 Big BlueSticks are on the edge of the road.
    This is my first time joining here, hope i got it.

  15. ANSWER FOR BS4: B and F
    EXPLANATION: Because the 1st 3 Small Stickmen in B and F are arranged differently unlike in A, C, D and E which the formation of the 1st 3 small stickmen are uniform.

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  17. Saya naman dito.. Cge, let me try… wag tatawa k?

    Answer for BS8: K

    Hmm… Cguro. Cuz the hint says “It’s either left to right, right to left, top to bottom, or bottom to top”. So a sequence can never end or start in the middle.

    In any sequence you form — from any row or column, the rest either starts or ends on the sides except for sequence C,G,K where K’s position is in the middle of the box… wahahaha ewan ko. cge may lakad pa ko! Sana may TAMA ako :D… Cya around!

  18. BS4:
    Answer: B&F
    Explanation: Kasi sila lang ung may blue stick (sa taas ng tatlong pinakamalaking blue stick) sa gitna ng road na may kalapit na isa pang blue stick.

  19. BS5:
    Answer: I
    Explanation: Because of hint 1. You need everyone to catch one, sa image I, walang kawala ang bidang si Coward and the Fearless Blue Stickman

  20. ANSWER FOR BS4: B and F
    EXPLANATION:

    To satisfy the puzzle hint # 1 (They are all the same) and hint # 2 (Counting is a wate of time) and to derive a good explanation for my answers, I came up with the idea to group the 6 frames into 4 levels. The first level is the group of blue stickmen near the “mountains”, the 2nd level is the area near the second road bend near the mountains, the 3rd level is the stickmen group near the first end of the road, and lastly the 4th level is the group of stickmen near the start of the road. The size of the blue stickmen vary depending on level and are the same when in the same level, this helps differentiate the groupings of the stickmen per level. This fact reinforces hints 1 & 2, which states that the number of stickmen are all the same relative to the level they belong to. On each level, the number of stckmen are equal. Lvl1 = 3, lvl2 = 1, lvl3 = 2, lvl4 = 3. An answer can’t be formulated based on count.

    The answer is based on position not count. A, C, D, and E all have lvl1 stickmen in the same position. B and F are the only two frames where the 1st level postions are different from each other and the rest of the frames (A, C, D, E).

  21. BS4:
    Answer: B and F
    Explanation: Inspection.

    BS5:
    Answer: I
    Explanation: Please take hint 1.

    BS6:
    Answer: C
    Explanation: Inspection.

    BS7:
    Answer: A
    Explanation: In one of my graduate school class, I am seated on 3rd row, 1st column. (hehe)

    BS8:
    Answer: F and K
    Explanation: You never said that the answer to this possible is only one so I had two since it is a bonus puzzle. ‘The Sequence is Broken”, it is either R-L, L-R, T-B, or B-T. Those two items are in the Middle – logically, that makes the puzzle broken.

    Effort to hap. :D Madugo in fairness/

  22. ANSWER FOR BS4: C and E
    EXPLANATION: Since they are all the same and counting is a waste of time… I considered looking the sizes of the blue stick men on a relative point of view.. The road goes to somewhere, and logically the farthest blue stick man should have the smallest size relative to one’s view. The nearer the blue stick man, the bigger its size, again relative to one’s view.

    C and E have a smaller blue stick man in between larger blue stick men.

  23. BS8:
    Answer: F and K
    Explanation: You never said that the answer to this possible is only one so I had two since it is a bonus puzzle. ‘The Sequence is Broken”, it is either R-L, L-R, T-B, or B-T. Those two items are in the Middle – logically, that makes the puzzle broken.

    Effort to hap. :D Madugo in fairness/

  24. ANSWER FOR BS4: C and E
    EXPLANATION: The idea came from neo. Consider looking at the sizes of the blue stick men on a relative point of view.. The road goes to somewhere, and logically the farthest blue stick man should have the smallest size relative to one’s view. The nearer the blue stick man, the bigger its size, again relative to one’s view.

  25. :twisted: hahahahaha.Bloodshed!!!

    BS4 :
    Answer B and F:
    explanation: notice the 3 blue stick man left behind? every pic have them with the same exact position except from B and F.yay!

  26. Answer for BS4: C & E
    Explanation: The way the background is drawn creates the 3d illusion of people shown in different distances, i.e. the farther they are the smaller they appear. Hint 1 simply tells us that those BS are of the same height, meaning their heights do not affect how they are drawn. C and E do not follow this largest-to-smallest pattern (from the bottom to top, 3rd for C & 2nd for E).

  27. Answer to BS8: K
    Explanation: Each column has its own pattern. In the 1st column, the BS rotates clockwise. 2nd column, the BS are displayed diagonally from upper right to lower left. 3rd column, all BS are shown on the upper left, ‘cept square K.

    etong 2 lang muna ang kaya ng powers ko atm.

    Hehe.

  28. ANSWER FOR BS4: C and E
    EXPLANATION: There are 9 Blue Stick Men in each picture. All of them have the same size, same height, same dimension, same total area, and if these sticks are in 3D form, they have the same volume. So this satisfied Hint 1. They are all the same.

    To satisfy hint no. 2. I never counted the grass, because it’s truly a waste of time. The number, size, pixels, and hex values of each strand of grass is undoubtedly identical.

    I already satisfied the tips 1 to 4 by giving 2 answers, that satisfied hint 1 and 2. To satisfy 3 and 4, I’ll explain why my two answers were C and E.

    Let’s look at the picture C and E. If we believe that all of them has the same size and we want to satisfy hint number 1, then we will quickly notice that the 3rd Blue Stickman in Picture C is smaller than the 4th (It should be bigger because it’s the third nearest from the viewer’s perspective). Same with Picture E, the 2nd Blue Stickman is smaller than the 3rd. These sticks are wrongly positioned in the picture, which makes the picture visually wrong if they all have the same size.

    I think two of the commenters (neo and starmars) already got the same logical answer. This is just my gateway in order to get the first prize. 4 answers to go and I’ll bag the grand prize again! yes yes yes!!!

    Balik ulit ako bukas kuya :shock:

  29. ANSWER TO BS5: H
    EXPLANATION: This one is really tricky and there’s only one answer.

    You need everyone to catch one which means I need to use all of them (as you will see in my further explanation).

    SFBM stands for Samuel FB Morse who invented the Morse Code

    And it was 1836 (one eight three six) when the telegraph, the device which uses the Morse Code, was invented.

    Interpreting the Coward and Fearless Stickman as dashes and dots in the Morse Code respectively, we get THEANSWERISH, where there are no spaces.

    With spaces, the code actually reads The Answer is H!

    That’s the answer!

  30. :mrgreen: ANSWER FOR BS4: C and E
    EXPLANATION: This is a perspective drawing. With perspective drawings distant figures appear smaller but have the same shape and proportions as they would close up. They appear smaller as their distance from the observer increases. In geometry, we may say that the figures are similar, thus it satisfies the hint that they are all the same. C and E do not conform to this rule.
    The drawing has same sets of stickman in each box satisfies the hint that counting would be a waste of time.

  31. ANSWER FOR BS5: A
    EXPLANATION: In 1836 Samuel F. B. Morse (SFBM) invented an electric telegraph used to transmit signal which can be decoded using Morse code. Morse code use dots to represent a space (It does not have spaces).
    “you need Everyone to catch one” Everyone starts with letter E and a single dot represents E in Morse code. This code is in box A.
    Wala na akong ibang maisip…waah :twisted:

    • :mrgreen: kaya di ko ma post yung answer ko kc naguguluhan ako if F or E. :grin:

      Pati kawawang piano sinali pa. hahaha. Natawa talaga me sa sarili ko dun. nyak. nyak. nyak. :mrgreen:

      Pag may time ako mamaya i’ll post my reason why I am confused if it is either E or F.

      My reasoning is getting more ridiculous!!!! :razz:

  32. ANSWER FOR BS7: C
    EXPLANATION: Frederic Crockett Billingsley, published the word pixel in 1965, He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.
    To clearly see the difference of pixel in each image, I enlarged it up to 3200 percent (btw, 3200 may also be a digital camera like Nikon Coolpix 3200). I noticed that the pixel used with the stickman on C is slightly blurred compared to the other. So I think 1C3R means the first column on the third row because it is divided into 2 columns with 3 rows.
    Haiz.. sana tama ako, nhirapan ako hanpin ung difference. Masyadong subtle. :roll: :grin:

    • ANSWER FOR BS7: E
      EXPLANATION: I changed my answer to E because as Jen pointed it out, 1C 3R is first column on the third row in E.
      This stick man is different from the stick mans located on the same position on each picture by 1 pixel.

      Now I have satisfied all the hints and tips correctly. 1964+1 is 1965, which is the date when Billingsley published the word pixel. This guy was born in Louisiana. I still need to zoom it upto 3200 to see the difference.

      The reason I didn’t get it last time is because of me, my eyes and my Unreliable GIMP. hmp.. because I still need to change it’s settings to highlight the difference. :mrgreen:

      • yay! ini isa isa talaga lahat ng possible right answers! for the win na ba to? weeeeeee! tulog muna anika :mrgreen:

        hoping to meet you soon. u have a brilliant mind :shock:

  33. ANSWER FOR BS8: F
    EXPLANATION: to satisfy the hint that It’s either left to right, right to left, top to bottom, or bottom to top It signifies movement. From A to E it moves in a clockwise direction starting from the top going right then going down, going left. While from E to F it goes from top going down going left and back to top.
    But for I to L the stickman on letter J did not move, breaking the sequence of movement. It should move either to the top right or bottom left or right.
    Haizzzz…….. magulo.
    I’m having second taught about this one. :oops:

  34. ANSWER FOR BS5: H
    EXPLANATION: Hello kuya I’m back! Sa wakas na analyze ko na ang BS5, based sa mga new answers at based din sa Tips and Hints. This is my first attempt to answer BS5 and I hope my guess, logic, and intuition was right.

    This one is tricky, because you need everyone to decipher the hidden code. And there is only one answer and it’s H.

    HINTS:
    1. You need everyone to catch one – I need everyone because each of them is part of the Morse Code.
    2. One Eight Three Six – 1836 (The morse code was invented in 1836, based on Wikipedia and other reliable sources)
    3. The Answer is ___ ? – H
    4. SFBM – Samuel F.B. Morse
    5. There are no spaces – If you correctly deciphered the code, you will get this: THEANSWERISH.

    There are no spaces in the deciphered code, this satisfied Hint No. 5. Same with Richie’s explanation. Hints 2 and 3 are same with Anika’s explanation.

    So after deciphering the code, I came up with the answer is H. So, H is the answer because you need everyone to catch one (based on Hint 1). So this satisfies all the hints and tips, and contradicts none.

    Sana tama to, 3 puzzles to go! :mrgreen:

  35. ANSWER FOR BS7: E
    EXPLANATION: Based on Anika’s explanation, I found out that this puzzle is somehow related to the pixels of the whole image.

    Frederic Crockett Billingsley, published the word pixel in 1965, He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. As what the puzzle solver anika said. This satisfied hints 3 and 4. 1964 + 1 is equal to 1965, the year when the word “pixel” was published. And Frederic C.B. was born in Louisiana. This satisfies the 4th hint.

    To satisfy the 2nd hint, I based also on anika’s answer. The first thing that I surmised is 3200 pixels, but I can’t relate it to the tips and hints. Then I realized that 3200 is the percentage of how close the image is to the viewer, to satisfy Tip 1. I then opened the image in Photoshop, zoomed it in to 3200%, compared all the boxes, and found out something on the 1st column and 3rd row of Box C. There is a 1 pixel 1 dot in the left side of the Blue Stickman situated in 1C3R (or 1st column 3rd row). This satisfies hint no. 1.

    I hope my answer was right kuya. 2 Puzzles to go nalang! :mrgreen:

  36. ANSWER FOR BS8: K
    EXPLANATION: This puzzle is fairly simple. I think I should have answered this first. My explanation does not contradict any of the hints and tips I guess.

    I’ll jump up to hint no. 3, the Bonus Hint. It’s either left to right, right to left, top to bottom, or bottom to top. I checked all the possible sequences and found out that the only logical sequence is from top to bottom.

    So let’s start from top to bottom (I think somebody answered this first before I did).

    1st Column: Clockwise (upper left, upper right, lower right, lower left, upper left, upper right and so on…)

    2nd Column: Diagonally, from upper right to lower left (upper right, center, lower left, upper right, center lower left, and so on… )

    3rd Column: Constantly Left (upper left, upper left, center, upper left, upper left, upper left… and so on)

    So obviously, column 3 broke the sequence. To be specific, the 3rd row in column 3, which is K.

    Isang puzzle nalang kuya! balik ulit ako bukas :eek:

  37. ANSWER FOR BS8: K
    EXPLANATION: I’m back jehzlau! Hehe. Para sagutin ang mga puzzle na nakaka nosebleed at brain bleed. Sensya na la parin akong blog kaya yung old site ko parin naka link dito na hindi ko na renew.

    My explanation is same with Jen’s. To satisfy all the hints, chineck ko ang sequence. The first column ay clockwise, second ay diagonal from upper right down to lower left, then the 3rd one is upper left only. Then box “K” obviously broke the sequence because it was on the center, it should be on the left.

    I hope my answer was right Jehz! :mrgreen:

  38. ANSWER FOR BS4: C and E
    EXPLANATION: They all have the same size, but illustration C and E has a stickman that was smaller than the rest of the stick men.

    This is clearly noticeable in a viewer’s perspective. I think this explanation didn’t contradict any of the hints and tips. Just stare and you’ll see.

  39. ANSWER FOR BS6: F
    EXPLANATION: I will explain base on the hints and tips below:

    TIPS:
    1. The answer is subtle – yes, because you can’t answer it with just one look
    2. You need to find X – i need to find X on the hints
    3. Y1 Y2 and Y3 are 3 different unknown values – these are also present on the hints
    4. There’s only one answer – yes, and the answer is F
    HINTS:
    1. The traitor is hidden – yes, because they are all identical if you look at it
    2. “Change is inevitable. Change is constant.” – Benjamin Disraeli – there’s a thing that needs to be changed. In the sentence, the letters A, B, C, D, E, G, H, I and J are present, and only letter “F” is not included. So clearly, F is the answer, it’s subtle and it’s hidden.
    3. X = [Y1 + 6 ] + [Y2 - 2] + [Y3 + 0] – if we total all numbers, then we get 8. 8 = H, then 8 – 2 = 6. 6 = F.
    4. Metamorphosis is required after the third dot – the heads are considered dots, after the third head is D, if we metamorph D, we’ll get F.

    I think my explanation was confusing. :grin:

  40. ANSWER FOR BS6: F
    EXPLANATION:
    X = [Y1 + 6 ] + [Y2 - 2] + [Y3 + 0] is an algebraic expression which contains the variables x and y that represents unknown numbers.
    The only logical solution I came up with the equation
    X = [Y1 + 6 ] + [Y2 - 2] + [Y3 + 0] is
    X=y1+4+y2+y3, thus x is 4.
    D is the 4th letter in the alphabet and C is the third, thus C is the third dot and D is required to metamorphose in order for us to catch the real traitor.
    This change in D is the one I’m trying to figure out.
    Same to Donald’s observation that all the letters from A to J is present in “Change is inevitable. Change is constant.” – Benjamin Disraeli, except for F, so we could assume that F is the traitor.
    But how can we satisfy the process of change from D to F is the problem I’m trying to figure out since yesterday.

    Still I’m not sure of the answer,but I choose F because it is “somehow” correct since I’m not the only one who have same idea about it.
    I hope I can figure it out . (• • • — — — • • •) :oops:

  41. ANSWER FOR BS6:E
    EXPLANATION:
    X = [Y1 + 6 ] + [Y2 - 2] + [Y3 + 0] is an algebraic expression which contains the variables x and y that represents unknown numbers.
    The only logical solution I came up with the equation X = [Y1 + 6 ] + [Y2 - 2] + [Y3 + 0] is
    X=y1+4+y2+y3, thus x is 4.
    D is the 4th letter in the alphabet and C is the third, thus C is the third dot and D is required to metamorphose in order for us to catch the real traitor.
    This change in D is the one I’m trying to figure out.

    Same to Donald’s observation that all the letters from A to J is present in “Change is inevitable. Change is constant.” – Benjamin Disraeli, except for F, so we could assume that F is the traitor.

    I also tried equating it with musical tone. If you would look at the piano the normal tones(white) are C D E F G A B and sharp tones (black) are C# D# F# G# and Bb. That is why I came up with the answer E.

    lalo atang gumulo. Di me tuloy makatulogggggg. :cool:

      • piano? yey!

        actually the true reason why its E because metmorphosis is a stage of development so the next stage would be E.

        but it could also be F since we are looking for the value of Y1,Y2 and Y3 then it would be C,D and E respectively. If we will solve for X,we will get 16. That’s where the dilemma comes in. If the answer is 6,yes it is F, but 16? pwede rin!
        1-10 is A-J, so the remaining 6 is from A-F. haha.

        Natatawa tuloy mga classmates ko! weird daw ng explanations ko.

        gudluck na lang po sa mga mananalo!

  42. ANSWER FOR BS6: C
    EXPLANATION: I think the hardest puzzle here is BS6, so let me begin with it. Then after answering this, I’ll just base my answers to the existing answers of some commenters which I think was right.

    Hmmmmmmm… Why C? Let me explain base on the hints and tips as stated in the instructions.

    TIPS:
    1. The answer is subtle – Yes, it is.
    2. You need to find X – Ok
    3. Y1 Y2 and Y3 are 3 different unknown values – I guess so
    4. There’s only one answer – That’s C
    HINTS:
    1. The traitor is hidden – Yes, because it is subtle
    2. “Change is inevitable. Change is constant.” – Benjamin Disraeli – This one is tricky. There are chances that the hidden answer is in the history of Mr. Disraeli, and there are also chances that it’s hidden in his quotation. As Donald and Anika deciphered in literally, I’ll try to decipher it in a profound way.

    Benjamin D’Israeli, (21 December 1804 – 19 April 1881), was a British Conservative statesman and literary figure. He served in government for three decades, twice as Prime Minister. A teenage convert to Anglicanism, he was nonetheless the country’s first and thus far only Prime Minister of Jewish heritage. He played an instrumental role in the creation of the modern Conservative Party after the Corn Laws schism of 1846.

    I think I need to research more about the modern Conservative Party or anything related to D’Israeli. After reading the history of Benjamin, I found out that he often refer to the first letter of the word as the key to everything or the solution to any problem that he deals with. Just like the quote Change is constant, Change starts with “C”. This simply means that C is the answer.

    3. X = [Y1 + 6 ] + [Y2 - 2] + [Y3 + 0] – If Y1 and Y2 and Y3 are 3 different values, we can apply any number to these unknown values. If we say, Benjamin Disraeli, the answer is quite simple. Benjamin always related Y1 as A, Y2 as B, and Y3 as C. A was added by 6, whereas B was subtracted by 2, which let’s C the unmoved value. So this determines that C is clearly the answer.

    4. Metamorphosis is required after the third dot – Benjamin often refers to Metamorphosis as a result to a certain phenomena in a certain point of time. Or if we paraphrase it, it simply direct to the answer of something or the value of something that you are looking. So Metamorphosis refers to the answer. If you look at the picture, C is the third dot. So if Metamorphosis is the answer, then C is the answer. Therefore Metamorphosis is equal to C

  43. ANSWER FOR BS6: J
    EXPLANATION:

    The traitor is Judas whose name starts with a “J”.
    He is hiding in his initial which is “J”. His name also has a total of 13 characters (Judas Iscariot). This is the value of X; 13. From the equation X = [Y1 + 6 ] + [Y2 - 2] + [Y3 + 0], X=y1 + y2 + y3 + 4. Y1 Y2 and Y3 are 3 different unknown values. I got their value in the year Disraeli was born which is 1804. This makes y1=1, y2=8, and y3=0. Completing the equation, X=1+8+0+4=13.

    Why J? Why not C, A, etc?
    From the quotation of disraeli, “Change is constant”. I can be sure that C, H, A, N , G, E are all constant. Meaning they do not vary. Or i can say that they are loyal so they cannot be the traitor.

    Metamorphosis is required after the third dot. The third dot can be F (B is 1, D is 2, F is 3, I is 4, J is 5) since C,H,A,N,G,E were eliminated to be the traitor. After the third dot pertains to “I” since I follows “F”. Metamorphosis on “i” will give you “j”. Notice how they look alike except for the hook “j” has.

    Im not really sure about my answer. HAHA… I hope i got lucky.

  44. ANSWER FOR BS4: B and C
    EXPLANATION:

    Only these two pictures have a stickman moving in sideward direction. All other are moving either up or down.

  45. ANSWER FOR BS8: C
    EXPLANATION:

    All other square has its Letter located in either TOP-LEFT, TOP-RIGHT, BOTTOM-LEFT, BOTTOM-RIGHT.

    Only Square ‘C’ confuses me since the letter location is way to low for it to be in top-left location.

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