# Only 1 in 7 get this right: Can you find the mistake in this picture?

This particular puzzle has been circulating the web a lot lately, and I think it’s quite interesting!

You really have to concentrate to solve this test and you will probably have to look several times to solve it.

But if you bring out your A-game, you can do it without a problem.

### Can you find the mistake within ten seconds?

Okay, here’s the challenge, it’s a puzzle that has brought thousands of people online to scratch their heads.

There is a mistake in the picture below.

Your task is to find the mistake within ten seconds, and if you succeed, you can give yourself a pat on the back.

Only one in seven people can find it!

Did you see it? If you need a clue, try to look at the whole picture and not just where you think the mistake is.

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Below this picture, we’ll show the solution to those who didn’t succeed.

The mistake in the picture is not in the numbers. But in the question itself.

The word “the” is written twice. However, the numbers are in the correct order!

Hard to notice, right?

## This seems like a regular sequence of numbers, except it’s not! Can you find an error?

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Can you solve this puzzle?

This one isn’t so hard.

This may look like a simple number sequence to you but it actually has some numbers missing.

Give yourself ten seconds to spot them.

It’s left so many people stumped.

People love scratching the heads over finding the right solution to a puzzle. What about finding one here?

This task requires speed and attention. Looking at every single number is not as fun.

Do we trust what we see the first time or do we need to check again?

It’s so interesting how our brain processes information. We tend to skip numbers believing they are all there.

But, can you spot what numbers are missing?

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