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Smeans  (Level: 109.2 - Posts: 301)
Tue, 29th Jan '08 4:16 PM


Okay I got a page a day calendar for Christmas with logic puzzles in it. I put it up and just ran across it again today and thought I would see how many brains I can strain by posting some of the puzzles.
Puzzle #1

The names of three cities from the same U.S. state are hidden in the sentence below. Can you find them? (the letters are in consecutive order)

"Watch out for that kayak," Ron said on Sunday to no one in particular, raising the panic level and upsetting the crowd.

Have fun.....I have 356 more days worth of them to go. LOL

Kaufman  (Level: 254.3 - Posts: 3936)
Tue, 29th Jan '08 4:25 PM

Some people can't on such short notice, but well, I'm a sucker for such puzzles. (2)

Redwingchick  (Level: 91.1 - Posts: 420)
Tue, 29th Jan '08 5:08 PM

Got 'em. Took about 30-45 seconds. Fun.

Smeans  (Level: 109.2 - Posts: 301)
Tue, 29th Jan '08 5:44 PM

Okay Puzzle #2

Find a six-digit number in which the first digit is one more than the third, the second is one less than the fourth, the fifth is one less than the third and the sixth digit is one more than the fourth. The sum of the second and third digit equals the first. The sum of all the digits is 30.

Embee  (Level: 86.7 - Posts: 362)
Tue, 29th Jan '08 6:08 PM

I got the second. I love numbers.

Salzypat  (Level: 154.6 - Posts: 5296)
Wed, 30th Jan '08 12:18 AM

I got the 3 cities -- the two came quickly, the third one took some studying and then I was annoyed with myself when I saw how plain it was. Won't even look at the numbers one: My eyes glaze over when I see numbers!

Smaug  (Level: 140.7 - Posts: 2772)
Wed, 30th Jan '08 12:23 AM

Very cool.

Smeans  (Level: 109.2 - Posts: 301)
Wed, 30th Jan '08 6:20 AM

Let's do another one before I head out the door to work.

Puzzle #3

In a souvenir toy shop, the prices are set according to the owner's whim. An airplane costs $0.12, a stamp costs $0.09, a doll costs $0.07 and a top costs $0.05. According to this system, how much will a wagon cost?

Rowlanda  (Level: 70.0 - Posts: 2856)
Wed, 30th Jan '08 6:36 AM

Does anyone besides me, want confirmation of the correct
answers especially the one about the cities????

Erin0620  (Level: 77.2 - Posts: 737)
Wed, 30th Jan '08 6:59 AM

sent you pm, Rowlanda

Chyenn  (Level: 200.8 - Posts: 1332)
Wed, 30th Jan '08 10:45 AM

great teasers!

i got answers for #1 & #3 but i'm not a number puzzler...

Smoke20  (Level: 62.6 - Posts: 2815)
Wed, 30th Jan '08 11:04 AM

Same here. Could you PM me the answer to the numbers one? It's making me dizzy.

Smeans  (Level: 109.2 - Posts: 301)
Wed, 30th Jan '08 8:50 PM

Puzzle #1 Answers: Akron, Dayton, Cleveland

Puzzle #2 Answer: 918,273 (if the digits are ABCDEF, we are told that A=C+1 and A=C+B. The only way this would work is if B=1. We can now determine the formulas for the digits in order are (E+2, 1, E+1, 2 E, 3). Since the sum of the digits is 30, we have the equation 3E + 9= 30. Solving E=7. So the number is 918,273)

*~*~*~*Puzzle #2 gave me headaches and I finally gave up and cheated and looked at the answer and ya know still didn't make a lot of sense. LOL ~*~*~*~*~*~*~

Puzzle #3 Answer: $0.08 ($0.02 per Consonant and $0.01 per vowel)

Smeans  (Level: 109.2 - Posts: 301)
Wed, 30th Jan '08 9:13 PM

Puzzle #4 Fill in the blanks to complete the word below.


Puzzle #5 Fill in the blanks to complete the word below.

U_ _H_RA_ _ _R_S_ _C

Puzzle #6

There is only one good English word that is an anagram of Directions. What is it?

~*~*~*~*~*~*~ Okay so a few easy ones....especially for you WordPuzzle people. I'll look up some math ones for the numbers people for tomorrow. *~*~*~*~*~*~*~

Rowlanda  (Level: 70.0 - Posts: 2856)
Thu, 31st Jan '08 2:43 AM


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