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In the diagram shown immediately above (with lines in orange colour) how many squares are there; how many squares can you make out in total?
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So in the diagram, how many squares did you make out in total; how many squares are there?
Well, most people get or give 16 as their answer. Some get 17 and a few get 21; and that’s at least better than the ‘16’ answer majority of people give. Just about 1 percent of people surveyed get the best answer; which is…
Well, get a full illustration of all the more than 21 possible ‘hidden’ squares…
One: Sometimes you need someone to show you the obvious, and oftentimes… the not so obvious! Credit to ZigZiglar
Two: Education and schooling are not the same thing. What goes on inside the schools is often not education. And the results may well be that it reduces productive capacity rather than to increase it. Credit to Prof Sir William Arthur Lewis
Three: My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Credit to Prophet Hosea
Four: The illiterates of the future are not those who cannot read or write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn! Credit to Alvin Toffler
Five: The greatest obstacle to progress is not ignorance, but the illusion of knowledge. Credit to Daniel Boorstin
Six: When you know the right things, the boundaries around your life suddenly disappear. Credit to Brian Sher