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WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF Creativity and Innovation. A REASONABLE MAN ADAPTS HIMSELF TO THE WORLD; AN UNREASONABLE MAN ADAPTS THE WORLD TO HIMSELF. SO ALL THE PROGRESS DEPENDS ON THE UNREASONABLE MAN - George Bernard Shaw. This programme aims at making you unreasonable.

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WELCOME

TO THE WORLD OF

Creativity and Innovation

A REASONABLE MAN ADAPTS HIMSELF TO THE WORLD;

AN UNREASONABLE MAN ADAPTS THE WORLD TO HIMSELF.

SO ALL THE PROGRESS DEPENDS ON THE UNREASONABLE MAN

- George Bernard Shaw

This programme aims at making you unreasonable


PERFORMANCE vs SYSTEMS

High

PERFORMANCE

Unreas-

-onable

Reasonable

Low

0 %

SYSTEMS

100 %


B R A I N S

LEFT

Logic

Analysis

Language

Number

Reasoning

Reading

Writing

RIGHT

Imagination

Music

Rhythm

Colour

Humour

Daydreaming


WHAT IS THIS COLOUR?

GREEN

If you say ‘red,’ you are very creative;

If you say ‘green,’ you are very logical;

If you say both ‘green’ and ‘red,’ you are innovative.


What are these colours?

YELLOWBLUEORANGE

REDGREENPURPLE

BLACKVIOLETRED

ORANGEBLUEBLACK

PURPLEVIOLET


Paper thickness of each volume is 5 cm.

Thickness of each cover is 1/2 cm.

A bookworm starts from page 1 of vol I

and goes up to the last page of vol IV.

WHAT IS THE SHORTEST DISTANCE IT HAS TO TRAVEL?



ROOF or FLOOR

HOW CAN YOU BUILD SUCH A STRUCTURE?







MOËBIUS RING

WHICH IS THE TOPSIDE?

HOW WILL YOU MAKE A RING LIKE THIS?


B

A

IS THE BLUE WALL ON THE INSIDE BACK

OR ON THE OUTSIDE FRONT?


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CLOCKWISE or ANTICLOCKWISE


SIMPLE ARITHMETIC

7+2 15-5 7x5 9x2 15/5

20-10 8/4 15-3 4x2 10-5

9/3 7x7 6+5 9/3 8+3

12x2 2/2 9+3 8/4 16x6

6x5 4-2 8/4 5x2 8-4

10+2 15-3 4x3 6+6 9+2

10/10 8-2 16/8 20/2 6+11

HOW MANY MINUTES WILL YOU REQUIRE FOR DOING ALL THESE?

+ X

/ +

- /

X -

WITH THESE CHANGES, HOW MANY MINUTES WILL YOU REQUIRE NOW?


According to recognised aerotechnical tests,

the bumble-bee cannot fly because of the shape and

weight of his body in relation to his total wing area.

The bumble-bee doesn’t know this;

so he goes ahead and flies anyway


Five pigeons were on a roof and

one of them was shot at by a hunter.

How many are left?

The answer is any number from zero to one thousand.

Use your imagination and justify each of your answers.



Three parrots, all say,

“The other two are behind me.”

HOW IS IT POSSIBLE?

Think at least, six likely reasons



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