# In a square room there is a cat in every corner of the room. In front of every cat there are 3 cats.

Question: In a square room there is a cat in every corner of the room. In front of every cat there are 3 cats. Here we have to find How many cats are there altogether. riddle – answer

Answer: So here in the principal explanation “In a square room there is a feline in each edge of the room” unmistakably the room is square and there is a feline in each edge of room.

As we as a whole realize that square has 4 corners so here there are 4 felines in each side of the room.

The second proclamation of the enigma says “before each feline there are 3 felines”.

As we definitely know from the primary articulation that there are 4 felines in the room. So each and every feline in the room will have 3 felines before them.

## 9 Replies to “In a square room there is a cat in every corner of the room. In front of every cat there are 3 cats.”

1. Karen says:

It says “every” cat, not “each” cat. That means the three cats stand before the group of four cats, and the answer would be seven.

If it said “each” cat, it would be (3×4)+4=16.

2. Eugenio Arpayoglou says:

If there are 3 cats in front of every cat than there are infinite cats.

3. John says:

One in each corner is 8 plus 3 is 11 right?

4. Randy Wheeler says:

The answer would be 6. 1 cat in each corner two in the center. That would put three cats infront of each cat.

The one across from it and the two in the middle.

5. Shuncheung Chung says:

4

6. Marie says:

4 cats they all have 3 in front answer is 4 cats

7. Jami says:

There is four corners in a room each corner has a cat in it, you’re one of them cats in the corner there is three cats looking back at you (sorry but only way I could put it ) SO THE ANSWER IS 4

8. David T Young says:

No this is wrong it says “In a square room there is a cat in every corner of the room” not in a square. The room is 3D so in total has 12 corners. 4 corners where the walls meet the floor, 4 where the wall meets the ceiling and 4 more where the wall meets the wall next to it. The cats can be facing any direction so they can only see 3 other cats. So without the puzzle being reworded or extra info added the answer Could be 12 or maybe even putting 3 more cats in front of each of the 12 in the corners you could get 36 if the cat is looking down at its feets so can only see the 3 next to it etc. And yes for my workings to be correct the cats would need to float or be stuck to those corners, but my working are correct, or are they?