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Updated: 1 January 2020 01:24:00 AM

Answer to how many squares do you see?

We'll help you out. The correct answer to the puzzle is 40 squares.

In light of this, how many squares are in this picture answer?

When you count all the possible squares there are, your answer will be equal to 40.

Considering that fact, how many squares are there in this figure?

The total number of blue squares are = 30 i.e. 4 small squares (that are in between the brown, pink, and green squares), 16 are medium squares, 9 are quarter squares, and 1 is the big square. So, there are a total squares of = 30 + 5 + 5 + 5 = 45 squares.

Moreover, the question is how many squares do you see 4x4?

After they have had a chance to think about and have yelled out some more answers ask them how many squares there are in a 1x1 grid (1) and in a 2x2 grid (the 4 small squares and the 1 big square = 5) and a 3x3 grid (9 small squares, 4 of the 2x2, and 1 big one = 14). So the total for a 4x4 is 16 + 9 + 4 + 1 = 30.
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