Odd Country OutThese brain teasers rely on your ability to recognize groups of common attributes. For each of these puzzles you'll need to figure out why the words or letters are grouped as they are. Sometimes you will be asked to pick the odd-one-out or to place a new word into the correct group.
The countries in Group A have something in common. The countries in Group B have something in common which distinguishes them from Group A. Of the three countries in Group C, move one to Group A and one to Group B. The third doesn't belong in either.
HintYou might solve this by looking at a map or by looking at a list of countries.
Why is Bolivia listed twice?
AnswerThe capitals of the countries in group A have five letters: Tokyo, Japan; Quito, Ecuador; Cairo, Egypt; Sofia, Bulgaria; Minsk, Belarus; La Paz, Bolivia; Sucre, Bolivia. Paris, France belongs in Group A.
The capitals of the countries in group B have six letters: London, UK; Ottawa, Canada; Vienna, Austria; Bogota, Colombia; Havana, Cuba; Athens, Greece. Berlin, Germany belongs in Group B.
Rome, Italy doesn't belong in either.
Hints: You could solve this by looking at a map with capitals marked. You could solve this by looking at a list of countries and capitals. Bolivia is listed twice because it has two capitals, both with five letters.
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