10 most difficult geometry riddles A list of geometry related questions that are most often answered incorrectly Mathematics quiz During a full 24-hour day, how many times would the hands of a clock overlap?22. The minute hand makes 24 revolutions, while the hour hand makes 2 revolutions.very hard 32% 666%121221%222232%242439%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 10313 answers in 2 languages »time riddles » What is the maximum distance a plane can fly travelling constantly North?20,004 km. Continous travel North must eventually end at the North Pole. So, the maximum distance is half of the Earth's meridional circumference, which can be reached if a plane starts at the South Pole.hard 41% 10,002 km10,002 km9%20,004 km20,004 km41%40,007 km40,007 km17%It can fly endlessly (as long it can)It can fly endlessly (as long it can)31%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 15369 answers in 2 languages »aviation riddles » If Earth's radius was larger by 1 meter, how much longer would its equator be?By approx 6 meters. For each circle, the length of the circumference is c=2πr. Hence, if a radius grows by 1 meter, the circumference grows by 2 π meters - no matter what the initial value of radius was.hard 45% by approx 6 metersby approx 6 meters45%by approx 6 kilometersby approx 6 kilometers17%by approx 60 kilometersby approx 60 kilometers20%by approx 6000 kilometersby approx 6000 kilometers15%Created by: SpikeMe. Statistics based on 28068 answers in 2 languages »Earth riddles » What line segment can not build triangle?Line segment lenght: 1cm, 2cm, 3cm. Triangle is build of three line segment. To can build triangle the longest line segment must be a shorter from total two other, so: 1cm+2cm=3cm. Longest line segment (lenght 3cm) isn't shorter from total two other.hard 53% Line segment lenght: 1cm, 2cm, 3cmLine segment lenght: 1cm, 2cm, 3cm53%Line segment lenght: 4cm, 5cm, 6cmLine segment lenght: 4cm, 5cm, 6cm6%Line segment lenght: 7cm, 8cm, 9cmLine segment lenght: 7cm, 8cm, 9cm7%All of the answers are correctAll of the answers are correct32%Created by: lukasz Poland. Statistics based on 1366 answers in 2 languages »numbers riddles » What is the volume of a soap bubble with radius R=1 cm?4/3π cm3. Equation for the volume of a sphere: 4/3πR^3.hard 58% 3/4π cm33/4π cm319%4/3π cm34/3π cm358%4,3π cm34,3π cm39%It isn't possible to calculateIt isn't possible to calculate12%Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczyk. Statistics based on 14463 answers in 2 languages »mathematics riddles » Which shape is larger?None of them. Both shapes are the same, but the bottom one is placed more to the right. This is however difficult to notice. It is known as Jastrow Illusion.average 66% AA2%BB17%None of themNone of them66%Both are largerBoth are larger12%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 33749 answers in 4 languages »illusions riddles » Which direction is not possible to point at when standing at the South Pole?Neither east, west, nor south. At the South Pole every direction is north.average 66% easteast2%westwest2%northnorth27%neither east, west, nor southneither east, west, nor south66%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 17985 answers in 2 languages »Antarctic riddles » Which lines are parallel?Green, blue and red. This is a well known Zöllner illusion, first described in 1860. It may be caused by this impression of depth. The black lines are parallel, too!easy 70% blue and red onlyblue and red only4%green and red onlygreen and red only8%green, blue and redgreen, blue and red70%nonenone16%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 20957 answers in 2 languages »optical illusions riddles » How many edges does a Möbius strip have?One. The Möbius strip is a surface with only one side and only one boundary component (edge). A line drawn starting from the seam down the middle will meet back at the seam but at the "other side". If continued the line will meet the starting point and will be double the length of the original strip.easy 72% oneone72%twotwo18%threethree4%fourfour3%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 16439 answers in 4 languages »math riddles » How is this polygon called? (the one over the circles)Square. In this Ehrenstein illusion the sides of a square placed inside a pattern of concentric circles take an apparent curved shape. But in reality, the sides are straight.easy 74% squaresquare74%rhomboidrhomboid10%concave squareconcave square8%concave rhomboidconcave rhomboid6%Created by: Debbie Fox. Statistics based on 36876 answers in 2 languages »technology riddles » Play mathematics quiz and see all the questions.