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Brain exercise today: Can you build this box?

The box pictured here has been folded together from one of the four choices given. Which one?

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Answer: C and D


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65 Responses

  1. santosh says:

    I think its D,

  2. bms says:

    D alt. for sure.

  3. Susie says:

    I understand the confusion between C & D. I first said both C & D. Then, I realized that I was assuming it was a cube. However, the image shows up as a rectangluar prism on my screen. If that is the case, then only C would be correct. Thanks for letting us know that it is supposed to be a cube.

  4. Susie says:

    Oops, excuse the next to last senctnece in my comment above. I meant that “If that is the case, then only C would be correct.”

  5. Susie says:

    Well, I’m definitely having difficult with my memory or my fingers tonight! The comment above should read that If that’s the case only D, yes D, would be correct. I need sleep!

  6. Farhan says:

    Both a & d

  7. Linda says:

    D only C has the red triangle fit into the puzzle going the wrong direction.

  8. Maria says:

    I honestly believe its B if you REALLY think about folding the box that way.

  9. Neeti says:

    Its D.

  10. Charles says:

    dude look at all of them carefully. on A. the 2 lines arent correct. you have to rotate B.& C. and buid the box and it comes out to the same. D. all you have to do is build the box…

  11. Charles says:

    actually excuse me its d just d hahaha i had to rethink those ones

  12. Robin says:

    I think it’s D.

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