Clock puzzles for Interviews, Competitive, Placement, Entrance Exams
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Clock puzzles Online Test, Take our Clock puzzles Quiz and analysis yourself for next interview. The Rubik’s Clock is a puzzle invented and patented in the 1980’s. The patent was purchased by Ernő Rubik and marketed in 1988. Learn and practice Clock puzzles and find out how much you score before you appear for your next Interview, Competitive and Entrance Examinations. By using your numerical and logical reasoning skills please try to figure out which number is missing in the questions below. The numbers around will give you the clues you need to solve the puzzle. Playing with Clock puzzles and games will increase your skills and knowledge in math numbers. Examples on Clock puzzles and games will help you understand the tricky magic games.
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Question 1 of 15
Starting with the watch on the left, add 42 minutes to the time shown to give the time on the next watch to the right.Incorrect
Question 2 of 15
Starting with the top clock and moving anti-clockwise around the others, the hour hand moves back 1 hour, then 2, then 3 etc, while the minute hand moves forward 10 minutes each time.Incorrect
Question 3 of 15
The sum of the separate digits on each watch increases by 2 as you move to the right.Incorrect
Question 4 of 15
Multiply the hour hand value by 2 and add the minute hand value. This total is always 15.Incorrect
Question 5 of 15
Start with the top left clockface, and move around the others clockwise. The minute hand moves back wards by 15 minutes, then 20, then 25 etc, while the hour hand moves forward 2 hours, then 3, then 4 etc.Incorrect
Question 6 of 15
As you move from left to right, the time shown on each watch decreases by 12 minutes, then 24, 36 and 48.Incorrect
Question 7 of 15
Starting with the top clockface, and moving clockwise around the others, the minute hand moves forward 15 minutes, while the hour hand moves back 2 hours each time.Incorrect
Question 8 of 15
Start with the top left clockface, and move around the others in a clockwise direction. The sum of the numbers pointed to by the hour and minute hand follows the sequence 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18.Incorrect
Question 9 of 15
On each watch, the sum of the digits shown equals 8.Incorrect
Question 10 of 15
The sum of the values pointed to by the hands on each clock equals 12.Incorrect
Question 11 of 15
Taking the hour and minute values on each watch separately, as you move to the right the hour value increases by 1, 2, 3 and 4, and the minute value decreases by 11, 22, 33 and 44.Incorrect
Question 12 of 15
Starting with the top clockface and moving clockwise around the others, the hour hand moves forward by 1 hour, then 2, then 3, while the minute hand moves forward 10 minutes, then 20, then 30.Incorrect
Question 13 of 15
Start with the watch on the left and move to the right. The time on the watches increases by 2 hours 3 min- utes, then decreases by 1 hour 16 min- utes, alternately.Incorrect
Question 14 of 15
Starting with the top left clockface and moving clockwise around the others, the minute hand moves back 2 places, then 4, 6 and 8, while the hour hand moves forward 2 places, then 4, 6 and 8.Incorrect
Question 15 of 15
As you move from left to right, add 1 to the value of each digit on the watch, and rotate the digits one place to the left.Incorrect