Money20/20 #PaymentsGeek Quiz Prep

Modo CEO, Bruce Parker, is speaking on stage with Amy Neale from Mastercard Start Path at Money20/20 Europe. Come take the official #paymentsgeekquiz at the session and get a little math lesson on why Corporates + Startups = Innovation.

 

Session Details:

The Joint Fintech Formula

Tuesday, June 5 at 5:20 PM

The Lion’s Den

 

We’re sure you’ve been doing your mental pushups to get ready for the quiz. If you enjoyed the puzzles we sent out via email and posted on social media then you will definitely not want to miss this session. The answer to the puzzler sent out via email can be found below. 

All of the puzzlers sent out via email and social media are posted here. Use them as extra prep for the quiz! The questions asked will be similar. You can find the answers at the bottom of this post. 

 

PUZZLER FROM EMAIL

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PUZZLER #1

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PUZZLER #2

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PUZZLER #3

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The questions asked in the #paymentsgeekquiz given at The Joint Fintech Formula Money20/20 session will be similar! Get prepped and join us on June 5th at 5:20pm in The Lion’s Den

 

If you want to learn more about Modo, check us out at modopayments.com or reach out to us at info@modopayments.com to find a time to meet at the conference.

 

Explanation for Puzzler sent via Email and on social media:

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Puzzler from Email

Answer: B

Each row has 2 of each logo within the 3 panels. By the third panel, the only logo that hasn’t appeared twice is the Mastercard logo.

 

Puzzler #1

Answer: The German pays with cash.

The Norwegian lives in the yellow house, drinks water, smokes Dunhill, and uses checks.

The Danish man lives in the blue house, drinks tea, smokes Blend, and pays with Klarna.

The British man lives in the red house, drinks milk, smokes Pall Mall, and uses PayPal.

The German lives in the green house, drinks coffee, smokes Prince, and pays with cash.

The Swedish man lives in the white house, drinks beer, smokes BlueMaster, and uses his credit card.

 

 

Puzzler #2

Answer: 24

 

Puzzler #3

Answer: 22 Chocolates

15 chocolates from $15, it’s mean you have 15 wrappers, and it’s mean 5 more chocolates (15/3=5). Now more 5 chocolates mean, more 5 wrappers and give 3 wrappers to the shopkeeper (5-3=2 left) and get 1 chocolate. Now, we already have 2 wrappers left + we get one more chocolate, it’s 3 wrappers, buy another one chocolate. So, 15+5+1+1=22.

 

See you on June 5th at 5:20PM in The Lion’s Den!

 

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