# Caterpillar Clock Flower Puzzle - with Answer

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**Caterpillar Clock Flower Puzzle**? OMG im genius!The solution to this math problem is given below.

__ANSWER__**26 is the answer**__Explanation____Equation 1__: (5+2) + (5+2) + (5+2) = 21 (Caterpillar = 5 and Flower = 2; On caterpillar's head there is a flower)__Equation 2__: 6 + 6 + (5+2) = 19__Equation 3:__2 + 6 + (5+2) = 15__Equation 4__: 6 + (2+2) x 5 = 26 (Caterpillar = 6 ; There is 6 dots in this caterpillar & there are 2 flowers & clock shows 5 o clock in last equation so clock = 5)
But what about legs......the caterpillar in the first equation has 6 legs but the one in last equation has 7.

ReplyDeleteNo, the caterpillar in the first equation is only 5 until the third equation, while on the last equation, the caterpillar's legs are now 6

DeleteI agree with Ravi Game. If the total caterpillar is 7 (5+2 according to above with dots and flower), you could also say it is 6 legs + 1 for the flower to get 7 total.

Deletethey are feet not legs

DeleteWhat about two flowers side by side why can't be 22 it's value.Answer may be 116 also.

ReplyDeletePq la flor cuesta 2 y ahÃ salen Dos flores asÃ que se repite el dos

DeleteAccording to drawing,it is not perfectly correct, because if you look closer to the caterpillar you will find that there are 6 part in its whole body (body+head) then according to drawing caterpillar is equal to 6 then the small flowering head will be 1 (one).At that time the answer will be 27.so the question itself is not perfect .

ReplyDeleteAgreed

DeleteQuestion itself is not perfect

how do you explain no hat on caterpillar.

ReplyDeleteits not a hat (I thought so also) its a Flower like the bigger pink ones.

DeleteI dnt agree with the clock.

ReplyDeleteWhat ever time the value should remain the same...

You're making an assumption that there are two WHOLE flowers in the final equation. I can only count three petals, half of the six of the other whole flowers. Since these puzzles can only be solved by what we KNOW to be true, doesn't the answer have to be 6+(3x5)= 21?

ReplyDeleteIn my opinion it is not a good puzzle because it introduces Martha Ables in the last part of the game that are not expected. This means that anything could be variable, including the dots, legs, flowers, petals visible, Etc. This makes it difficult to decipher the original intent.

ReplyDeleteDarn spell checker. That was supposed to be multiple variables, not Martha Ables.

ReplyDeletewhy is the last equation multiplied? none of the rest are.

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