Only 5% Can Solve This Teapot Capacity Visual Puzzle. Are You One Of Them?

In the picture given in the riddle you will see 2 teapots A & B.

If teapot A holds 32 cups of tea, about how many cups of tea does teapot B hold?

So were you able to solve the riddle? Leave your answers in the comment section below.

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Answer: 16 cups tea (about half of pot A).


The amount of tea that can be kept within each pot is determined by the height of the spout opening. The tea level cannot rise above the spout opening since any extra tea would merely spill out from the spout.

Visual estimate would conclude that the spout of teapot B is approximately half the height of that of teapot A, therefore providing only half of the capacity, or 16 cups tea.

As shown in the picture below:


This Interesting Math Riddle May Show How Smart You Are

Which of this negative numbers is the largest?

Take your time to figure it out.

The answer is -7 and the reason is that the higher the negative number, the smaller it is and the smaller the negative number is, the larger is it, get it?