Yet another mind boggling puzzle to make you doubt your own intelligence of a Thursday. This one involves boxes, and a bit of good old-fashioned logic.

Below are three boxes, one of which contains a car, there are also three statements about said boxes, but only one of them is true.

If you can't figure it out, don't worry, apparently, only 36 per cent of people on website Brilliant.org got it.

Have a look below...

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The aim is to work out which option results in only one of the statements being correct.

Therefore:

- If the 'car' was in Box 1, that would mean that the statements on Box 1 and Box 3 were both correct.
- Similarly, if the car was in Box 3, that would mean the statements on Box 2 and Box 3 were both correct.
- However if the car is in Box 2, then the only statement which is true is the one written on Box 3 'The car is not in Box 1'

If you're still confused, here's a video explaining it:

Still don't get it?

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