In the first square there is only one square so how can you get 18 out of this. It is not correct. It must be 17.
Bottom left has 5. Makes 18 :)
How are the four corner squares counted twice
There is one square not outlined, it borders the 4 squares in the center
I count 17 as well
I counted 18 (before the answer was explained).
1 lg (top left pic), 4 med (top rt pic), 3 blue & 2 red (lower left pic), and 8 white.
I fail to see 18 I only count 17
I counted 14 the bottom left is counting the corners twice
I got 14 also it would be 18 if I counted the corner squares twice
Are you sure you counted only SQUARES and not some OBLONGS?
Is that the same as rectangles ?
I get 18 as well
Some are not square so ?
I counted 18 and they are all SQUARES.
You missed the square the 4 squares in the middle make. So the answer would be 19.
The square in the middle is accounted for in the lower left image.
I agree with Kelly. Nineteen
Many .... if we think outside the box we should include the sentence in the picture that says ..."many squares".... :););););)
I get 18 theres 1in #1, 4 in #2, 5 in #3, & 8 in # 4 that equals 18
I wish someone would draw it out I can't get more then 14
Actually 14 is correct! Since the outer four corners are smaller squares than the inner four are, the four areas made up of two central squares and a rectangle on the central perimeter are not actually square. The 18 apparent squares minus the four that are slightly off of square leaves fourteen that are square.
Sorry, but I counted 18 squares and they are ALL squares, NO rectangles.
In the two bottom pics are you sure your not counting the small corner squares twice?
But every square is a rectangle. Only rectangles with equal length sides are squares. If you count all rectangles there are 40. The four that match the blue one in the second depiction are not quite square since the of the section adjacent to the perimeter is in fact more than twice it's width. Look closely at the sizes of the corner squares and the central squares.
It's 18 people, 18. 1 in the first picture, 4 in the picture to the right of that, 4 in the picture bottom left and 8 bottom right..
Well there goes my addition skills out the window! Apparently I can't even count myself hahaha I meant there are 5 in the bottom left!
You are counting four squares twice. (no symbol here for therefore) 14 🙄
Answer = 9
There's a few you missed....1 in the first picture, 4 in the picture to the right of that, 5 in the picture bottom left and 8 bottom right.
There're 19 squares counting the Facebook logo. The answer is 19
I was wrong the answer is 15, too left is 1, bottom left is 1, top right is 4, bottom right is 8 and the Facebook logo square is 1 = 15
18 = 1 in the first picture, 4 in the picture to the right of that, 5 in the picture bottom left and 8 bottom right.
I think you counted the four corners twice. Answer should be 14.
1 in the first picture, 4 in the picture to the right of that, 5 in the picture bottom left and 8 bottom right.
The 4 corners in the bottom left are the same as the 4 corners in the bottom right. How do you explain that?
Its 19 not 18..
It is 18 - 1 in the first picture, 4 in the picture to the right of that, 5 in the picture bottom left and 8 bottom right.
You missed the four in the center so 19
Your all wrong. It's 9. There's 4 rectangles. Rectangles are not squares
Actually there are 20 squares. If you count the letters "square" and the abreviated "sq".
Oh no no no. 18 is not correct. If you are going to quiz those of us who are educated you must keep your facts correct. The perimeter squares, ie the corners, are smaller than the central four squares thus the near squares consisting of two central squares and a mid perimeter rectangle are by definition rectangles but not square.
IT IS 24 COUNT THE SQUARES
There are 26 squares (yes, squares, not rectangles) in the picture. 18 are obvious. Then, there is the square with the little f inside (Facebook), and 6 other squares which are the points in exclamation and question marks. Finally there is the word "squares" .
Don't forget the numbers 1 and 4, which are squares.
a plane figure with four equal straight sides and four right angles.
The answer is 14
Wrong. The dots above the i's and below the question mark and exclamation points are all squares.
It cannot be even as the large square count is 1. The rest of the count is even. I count 19. 1 large. 8 small. 6 medium and 4 medium large.
The count is 18 as I double counted the 6 medium and should be 5. :)
The answer is 18. There are eight small squares (sides 1/4 length of the outer square.) There are five squares the next size larger (sides 1/2 length). There are four squares the next larger size (sides 3/4 length.) And one large outer square.
8 + 5 + 4 + 1 = 18
Your language should say how man squares are in this box, considering each and every squares on each and every layer. If not. The answer is 14 because you are demanding that the person count blocks twice in different configurations.
That is the whole point of the problem. It does not say you cannot use other parts more than one.