Giulietta Nardone says: D'Anna Lodge says: I'm looking at the larger squares only and considering the intersections as lattice points.
How to design motion 3. However, there is one correct answer, and you might be surprised at what it is. August 9, 2012 at 11: Max says: Answer next post.
After a while I noticed the intersection of two big squares forming the 5th square same size as the small ones. Easy, right? Roberta says: August 29, 2012 at 3: For example, this Stock Photo shows a square window; it's mentioned as such in the description.
Jenny says: September 10, 2012 at 7: Assuming that this question isn't an optical illusion, which it clearly does not appear to be, the obvious solution to the question is 40. I count 41. August 11, 2012 at 11: This photo has been making the rounds on Facebook and, according to an image that has been circulating the site, 92 percent of people fail to answer the puzzle correctly.
Continuation 5. There are a total of 30 squares in a 4 x 4 grid.
In fact, a 64-square grid would make the layouts interesting. I think my bet on this is giving a perfect cube puzzles with 16 square sides.How Many Squares - The ultimate answer!
Here is an GIF animation 344 kb showing 40 squares from biggest to smallest: Becca says: