Discoveries Magazine

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Puzzle

In solving a puzzle, details are important—whether you are a scientific researcher or just having fun! Take a peek at these beakers and flasks. Can you choose the silhouette outline that’s an exact match of the photograph? Click the numbered icons below to select the correct match.

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    Calvin says:

    It was pretty tough finding this page. Maybe add a Contents tab for the “End Notes” section. But, I did get it right.

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    Jane E. Allen says:

    Although No. 3 is the closest to the photograph, it is NOT an exact match. Your 4 silhouettes neglect to include the empty space between the narrow-topped flask and the beaker containing orange liquid, just below the on-its-side funnel!
    I’d be interested to know if anyone else noticed the same missing detail. Cheers.

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    lesley chilcott says:

    It’s none of them. 3 is the closest but all silhouette’s missed the gap in between the beaker and the tall tube, below the skinny funnel thing that crosses it.

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    Maxine says:

    That was fun! Don’t know if it was a vision test or an IQ test, but I got it right so who cares! Tell Leslie (above) that the word “silhouette’s” does not take an apostrophe. (Everybody needs an editor, and that’s why I came to this party!)

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