**Working from home? Take a break and challenge yourself.**

If you’ve been looking for ways to tackle your downtime as a chance to invest in yourself, why not use the time to challenge your skills and learn more about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

STEM is everywhere, from the photosynthesis of plants to the evaporation of boiling water on the stove. Discovery, tinkering, curiosity and play leads to deep learning. From grade school biology to theories regarding the nature of DNA! Let’s scratch our brains together and with these quick challenges that will test your STEM skills.

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We’ll be adding new quizzes each week, so follow us on our social handles #togetherwecare to stay up-to-date & share with your family and friends

(Need some help? We’ve included the answers at the bottom but don’t scroll too quickly)

Demonstrate your grasp of strategy and logic to solve this puzzle. Remember, you can't rotate the screen!

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** ****Now let's see how quickly can you solve the next one.**

This might be the toughest puzzle yet! You'll need to find the mathematical relationships between each group of numbers to deduce the correct answer.

Use your mathematical logic to find which colour combo goes in the final spot. Could be as easy as flipping, twisting or turning these shapes!

Try your analytical skills to find the names of three places in the world, we've hidden in the image below.

How good are you at mental organisation? Can you remove six lines here to leave ten?

This puzzle is pretty straightforward... or is it? Can you use what you know about liquid flow to figure out which bucket will fill up first once the tap is turned on?

This is not your typical word search, so don’t look for average words. How many can you find?

Good with numbers? Solve this challenge! Just remember, there's only 6 numbers on a dice.

**Quiz#9**

Let's see how good are you in cooking the numbers along with the chicken! This should not be that tough!

**Quiz#10**

Let's see how well you can fill up your 11 guests!

The top number minus the bottom left- hand number is multiplied by the bottom right-hand number to give the number inside the triangle.

So, the answer would be '3'.

The top pair is rotated 180 degrees, so doing the same to the second pair results in pattern A.

So, the answer would be 'A'.

How did you go deciphering these place names?

Paris

Athens

Auckland

The answer is not to leave ten lines, but to leave the word ‘ten’ spelt out! Achieve this by removing the left, bottom and right lines on the left, the right-most line in the middle and the top and bottom lines on the right - leaving ‘t’, ’e’ and ‘n’. Try more such puzzles on your own by using matchsticks and trick your friends!

Bucket number three fills first. Watch out, there are holes in some others!

There were 7 words. Did you find them all?

- Applied
- Automation
- Computers
- Mechanics
- Science
- Robotics
- Machinery

Could you figure out the pattern? The colour was, white with 3 dots.

**Quiz#9**

Could you figure out how to cook the perfect chicken? The correct time is 1 hour 38 minutes 45 seconds.

**Quiz#10**

**Let's pumpkin spice things up a bit**

See how it's calculated here: 225g/4 people = 56.25 per person

56.25 x 11 = 618.75g

TCS is using the latest technology and design thinking to make discovering STEM easy. Through quizzes and online programs, we are able to give a sense of STEM’s relevance in everyday life through a hands-on, interactive experiences that build problem-solving skills and creativity to solve the world's challenges. Find out more about our award winning GoIT Programs here