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 Subj:     Math4c-Supp - Puzzles And Problems                  (Includes 50 jokes and articles, 03711n,40,cf) ..........Click "Here" for MATH4C-Supp2 Tower of Hanoi  from Number Patterns
Includes the following:  Math Prob. - Find A Four-Digit Integer II (S652 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Cheap Sheep...Bleat! (S651 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Safe Safe (S650 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Inflationary Sequence (S649 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Circle Inscribed In Triangle (S648 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Jack And Jill (S647 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Agnes Comic Strip (S647 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Eight Gallons Of Wine (S646 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Square And Round Pans (S645 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - A Power-Full Problem (S644 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - The Miser's Puzzle (S644 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Jack Sprat And His Wife (S643 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - The Ferry Boat Problem (S642 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Find A Number II (S641 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - The Five Newsboys (S641 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - What Number Am I? (S640)
.........................Math Prob. - Conscientious Milkman (S639)
.........................Math Prob. - The Price Of Eggs (S638 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Butcher Boy (S636 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Three Equal Digits (S634 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Six Hats (S634 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Alphabetical Order (S633 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - A Thousand Silver Dollars (S631 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Chocolate Bars And Cups (S630 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Ali Baba And The Thieves (S629 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Digging A Hole (S628 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Annual Picnic (S627 in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - 100 Coins (S626c in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - Multiplication Problem (S624c in Supp2)
.........................Math Prob. - 500 Marbles (S622c)
.........................Math Prob. - The Crazy Clock Of Zurich (S622)
.........................Math Prob. - Taxi Driver's Number (S620c)
.........................Math Prob. - Two Math Problems (S619c)
.........................Math Prob. - Cigarette Paper (S619)
.........................Math Prob. - Which Circle Is Larger? (S618c)
.........................Math Prob. - Find The Missing Number IV (S618)
.........................Math Prob. - Tell Mother's Age (S618)
.........................Math Prob. - Cannonballs II (S617c)
.........................Math Prob. - A Puzzling Mixture (S617)
.........................Math Prob. - Party Favors (S616)
.........................Math Prob. - Colored Cubes (S615)
.........................Math Prob. - Cannonballs (S615c)
.........................Math Prob. - Our Three Ages (S612c)
.........................Math Prob. - Longer Line? (S614c)
.........................Math Prob. - Find The Number (S613)
.........................Math Prob. - The Deadwood Express (S613c)
.........................Math Prob. - Find The Missing Number III (S612)
.........................Math Prob. - Plato's Cubes (S612)
.........................Math Prob. - The Sum Of Two Squares (S611c)
.........................Math Prob. - The Yacht Race (S610)
.........................Math Prob. - Letters For Numbers (S610)
.........................Math Prob. - Folded Paper (S609b)
.........................Math Prob. - Free Acres (S609)
.........................Math Prob. - Puzzleland Races (S608)
.........................Math Prob. - Next Number IV (S608)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - A Question Of Time (S646 in Supp2)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Chiming Clock (S642 in Supp2)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Coiled Sentence (S627 in Supp2)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - New York Geography (S626 in Supp2)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Can You Find The Pattern? (S621)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Next Figure II (S621c)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Find The Value (S620c)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Circles On A Square (S616c)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Four Areas (S614)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Shapes Sequence (S609c)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Balance Scale II (S609b)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Missing Word (S608b)
.........................LOGIC PROB. - Next Figure (S607)
.........................Puzzle - The Scholar's Puzzle (S645 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - Rip Van Winkle Puzzle (S640 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - The Gordian Knot (S637 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - The Chinese Puzzle (S635 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - The Cheese Problem (S633 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - The Chinese Cash Puzzle (S632 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - Fighting Fishes Of Siam (S631 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - The Merchant Of Bagdad (S629 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - The Convent Problem (S628 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - Puzzling Scales III (S626 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - Cutting Two Equal Pieces (S625 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - The Moon Problem (S624 in Supp2)
.........................Puzzle - Young Carpenter's Puzzle (S623)
.........................Puzzle - Duck Shooting (S621)
.........................Puzzle - Primitive Railroading Problem (S620)
.........................Puzzle - The Boxer's Puzzle (S619)
.........................Puzzle - Count The Triangles III (S617)
.........................Puzzle - The Quarrelsome Neighbors (S616)
.........................Puzzle - The Guido Mosaics (S615)
.........................Puzzle - Back From The Klondike (S614)
.........................Puzzle - After Dinner Tricks (S613)
.........................Puzzle - Is To - As Puzzle (S611c)
.........................Puzzle - The Canals On Mars (S611)
.........................Puzzle - Form A Circle (S610c)
.........................Puzzle - Adjacent Letters (S609)
.........................Puzzle - Form A Cube (S607c)
.........................Puzzle - Red Spade (S607)

The MATH1file are nonmathematical math jokes
MATH2 file are mathematical jokes
Math3 file contains tests, and formulas
Math4 file contains problems
Math5 file contains quotes
MATH6file contains lymerics, short jokes, stories, and Q-A.
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Subj:     Math Prob. - 500 Marbles (S622c)
From: LABLaughsRiddles on 6/24/2008

A box contains more than 500 Marbles. The marbles can be
divided into equal shares among 7,8, or 9 children, with
1 marble left over each time.  What is the least number of
marbles the box can contain?

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 Subj:     Math Prob. - The Crazy Clock Of Zurich (S622)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

When will the clock next show the correct time?  You can
view the problem's description, drawing, and solution on
my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:    Math Prob. - Taxi Driver's Number (S620c)
From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 11/20/2008
Source: http://www.apuzzlezone.com/adailypuzzle/11-20-08.html

The driver of the taxicab was wanting in civility, so Mr.
Wilkins asked him for his number.  "You want my number, do
you?" said the driver.  "Well, work it out for yourself.
If you divide my number by 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 you will find
there is always 1 over; but if you divide it by 11 there
ain't no remainder.  What's more, there is no other driver
with a lower number who can say the same."

What was the fellow's number?

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:    Math Prob. - Two Math Problems (S619c)
From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 11/17/2008
Source: http://www.apuzzlezone.com/adailypuzzle/11-17-08.html

1. The digits from 0 to 9 have been used in the multiplication
example below (excluding intermediate steps).  Fill in the
missing numbers.

? 0 2 X ? 9 = 1 ? ? ? 8

2. Write down three mathematical expressions, each having a
value of 30, each of which uses three equal digits.

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:    Math Prob. - Cigarette Paper (S619)          From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers          on 11/19/2008 Photo from The Black Swan Shoppe
Source: http://www.apuzzlezone.com/adailypuzzle/11-19-08.html

Let us assume that you are an Atlas. We won't ask you to support
the world.  Uncle Sam already does that.  All we ask you to do is
to take a gigantic piece of cigarette paper and tear it in half.
Next, put the two pieces on top of each other and tear them in two.
Then put the ensuing four pieces on top of each other and tear them
in two.  Follow this procedure 32 times until you have a large stack
of cigarette paper.  This will have required a considerable use of
your muscles.  Now flex your mental muscles and make an approximate
guess as to how high the pile would be.  Would it be a foot, a yard,
a mile or what?

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 (S618c)      by John Graziano      From: Comics.com on 10/6/2008
Source: http://www.comics.com/comics/ripleys/index.html

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Subj:     Math Prob. - Find The Missing Number IV (S618)
by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell
From the book "IQ Test" on 11/8/2008
Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., 2008
387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016
Test #9, Problem #39, Page 167

What number should replace the question mark?
219, 208, 186, ?, 109, 54, and -12

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Math Prob. - Tell Mother's Age (S618)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

How old is the mother?  You can view the problem's
description, drawing, and solution on my web site
by clicking 'HERE'.

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 (S617c)      by John Graziano      From: Comics.com on 10/6/2008
Source: http://www.comics.com/comics/ripleys/index.html

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 Subj:     Math Prob. - A Puzzling Mixture (S617)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

With how much water did the milkman dilute each of his
two cans of milk?  You can view this problem, drawing,
and solution on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:    Math Prob. - Party Favors (S616)           From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 10/10/2008 Drawing from Kids-Birthday-guide.com
Source: http://www.apuzzlezone.com/adailypuzzle/10-10-08.html

Sheila, buying favors for a party she was giving, was
having difficulty deciding on how many more favors to buy.
She started out by planning to give everyone three favors,
but when she divided the favors she had by 3, she had one
left over; when she divided by 4, she had two left over;
by 5, she had three left over; and by 6, she had four left
over.  Since she was going to have ten guests, this would
not work.  She counted the favors and realized that, by
adding two more, she could divide the favors evenly.  What
is the smallest number of favors she could already have
bought to meet those specifications?

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:    Math Prob. - Colored Cubes (S615)         From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers          on 10/16/2008
Source: http://www.apuzzlezone.com/adailypuzzle/10-16-08.html

A set of building blocks contains a number of wooden cubes.
The six faces of each cube are painted, each with a single
color, in such a way that no two adjacent faces have the
same color.  Given that only five different colors have
been used and that no two of the blocks are identical in
their colorings, what is the maximum number of blocks there
can be in the set?

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 (S615c)      by John Graziano      From: Comics.com on 9/18/2008
Source: http://www.comics.com/comics/ripleys/index.html

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Subj:     Math Prob. - Our Three Ages (S612c)
From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 9/27/2008

"My grandson is about as many days as my son is weeks, and
my grandson is as many months as I am in years.  My grandson,
my son and I together are 140 years. Can you tell me my age
in years?"

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 (S614c)      by John Graziano      From: Comics.com on 10/11/2008
Source: http://www.comics.com/comics/ripleys/index.html

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Subj:     Math Prob. - Find The Number (S613)
by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell
From the book "IQ Test" on 10/4/2008
Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., 2008
387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016
Test #8, Problem #5, Page 136

Find the number to replace the question mark.

369542 is to 246359
172896 is to 268179
417638 is to ?

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 ....Drawing from ....SovereignHill.com . Subj:  Math Prob. - The Deadwood Express (S613c)        From the book          "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"        Edited by Martin Gardner        From: Dover Publications in 1959

How much should the young Lady be charged for shipping
two boxes to the mining town?  You can view the problem's
description, drawing, and solution by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     Math Prob. - Find The Missing Number III (S612)
by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell
From the book "IQ Test" on 9/29/2008
Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., 2008
387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016
Test #7, Problem #31, Page 131

What number should replace the question mark?
28, 47, 85, ?, 218, 313, and 427

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:    Math Prob. - Plato's Cubes (S612)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

How many cubes are in the monument and square?  You can
view this problem, drawing, and solution on my web site
by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     Math Prob. - The Sum Of Two Squares (S611c)
From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 9/22/2008
Source: http://www.apuzzlezone.com/adailypuzzle/09-11-08.html

What is the smallest integer that can be expressed as
the sum of two squares in three different ways?  The
answer is less than 500.

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Math Prob. - The Yacht Race (S610)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner          From: Dover Publications in 1959

How long did it take the yacht to win the race?  You can
view the problem's description, drawing, and solution
on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:    Math Prob. - Letters For Numbers (S610)
From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 9/12/2008
Source: http://www.apuzzlezone.com/adailypuzzle/09-12-08.html

The following addition example uses letters instead of
numbers. Each letter must be replaced with a number-the
same number each time the letter appears.  The puzzle
will then be correct mathematically.

 OH  OH  OH  OH ____  NO

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:    Math Prob. - Folded Paper (S609b)          From: Puzzles And Brain Teasers on 9/10/2008 Photo from CriticalMiami.com...
Source: http://www.apuzzlezone.com/adailypuzzle/09-10-08.html

If you could fold a sheet of rice paper one thousandth
of an inch thick exactly fifty times, how thick would
the resulting wad be?

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Math Prob. - Free Acres (S609)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

How can you enclose as many acres of land as there are
twelve-foot rails to a fence?  You can view this problem,
it's drawing, and solution on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Math Prob. - Puzzleland Races (S608)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

In Puzzleland, a hippopotamus, a rhinoceros, and a
giraffe are in a race.  If the odds are two to one
against the hippopotamus and three to two against the
rhinoceros, what should be the odds against the giraffe?
You can view this problem, drawing, and solution on my
web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     Math Prob. - Next Number IV (S608)
by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell
From the book "IQ Test" on 9/3/2008
Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., 2008
387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016
Test #4, Problem #30, Page 79

What number should replace the question marks?
7,  17,  8 1/2,  14 1/4,  10,  11 1/2,  and  ???

The solution can be found on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Can You Find The Pattern? (S621)           From Anonymous Jr. on 12/2/2008 Picture from Germes-online.com
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 What comes next?      T,E,T,T,F,      F,M,A,M,J,      A,D,G,J,M, Click 'HERE' to see the solution.
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 Subj:     LOGIC PROB. - Next Figure II (S621c)           by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell           From the book "IQ Test" on 12/2/2008              Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc.              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y.              Test #11, Problem #11, Page 190

Which figure continues the sequence?  Click 'HERE'
to see the larger drawing, and the solution.

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 Subj:     LOGIC PROB. - Find The Value (S620c)           by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell            From the book "IQ Test" on 11/25/2008              Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., in 2008              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016              Test #10, Problem #12, Page 173

Find the value of the second line.  Click 'HERE'
to see the full drawing, and solution.

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 Subj:     LOGIC PROB. - Circles On A Square (S616c)           by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell           From the book "IQ Test" on 10/27/2008              Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc.              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y.              Test #9, Problem #9, Page 154

How many more circles of the same size as the one already
placed above will completely cover the square?

Click 'HERE' to see the larger drawing, and the solution.

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 Subj:     LOGIC PROB. - Four Areas (S614)           by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell            From the book "IQ Test" on 10/12/2008              Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., in 2008              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016              Test #9, Problem #1, Page 151

Divide the square into four equal sections so that each
section contains the same three symbols twice.  Click
'HERE' to see the full drawing, and solution.

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 Subj:     LOGIC PROB. - Shapes Sequence (S609c)           by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell            From the book "IQ Test" on 9/9/2008
Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., in 2008
387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016
Test #5, Problem #13, Page 89

Which shape continues the sequence?
Click 'HERE' to see the pictures, and its solution.

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 Subj:     LOGIC PROB. - Balance Scale II (S609b)           From: Dell Crossword Special              for November 2008, Page 33           Published bimonthly by              Dell Magazines           a division of Crosstown Publications              6 Prowitt St.               Norwark, CT 06855-1220

You are given three balanced scales containing triangles,
circles, squares, and stars which are perfectly balanced.
You must determine how many triangles will balance six
stars.

Click 'HERE' to see the full drawing, and solution.

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 Subj:     LOGIC PROB. - Missing Word (S608b)           by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell            From the book "IQ Test" on 9/3/2008              Published by Sterling Pub.Co., Inc.,2008              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y.              Test #5, Problem #1, Page 83

What word should replace the question mark?  Click 'HERE'
to see the full drawing, and solution.

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 Subj:     LOGIC PROB. - Next Figure (S607)           by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell          From the book "IQ Test" on 8/20/2008              Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., in 2008              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016              Test #3, Problem #33, Page 63

Draw the next figure in this series.  Click 'HERE'
to see the full drawing, hints, and solution.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - Young Carpenter's Puzzle (S623)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

Into how few pieces need the table top be cut to complete
the dog house?  You can see this problem's description,
drawing, and solution on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - Duck Shooting (S621)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

By changing the position of the fewest possible number
of the ten ducks, arrange them so there will be five rows
of four in each row.  To see the puzzle's description, it's
large drawing and the puzzle's solution, click 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - Primitive Railroading (S620)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

Find the simplest method by which the trains can pass.
You can see this problem's description, drawing, and
solution on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - The Boxer's Puzzle (S619)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

What is the best play and how many boxes will it win?  To
see the puzzle's description, it's large drawing and the
puzzle's solution, click 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - Count The Triangles III (S617)            by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell            From the book "IQ Test" on 11/3/2008              Published by Sterling Pub.Co., Inc.,2008              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y.             Test #9, Problem #31, Page 164

How many triangles are there in the above figure?
Click 'HERE' to see the larger drawing, and solution.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - The Quarrelsome Neighbors (S616)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

Can you draw the three paths correctly?  To see the puzzle's
description, it's large drawing and the puzzle's solution,
click 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - The Guido Mosaics (S615)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

Cut the Mosaic into parts which will form two squares.
You can see this problem's description, drawing,
and solution on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - Back From The Klondike (S614)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

Find a numbered route from the center to the outside of
the woods. To see the puzzle's description, it's large
drawing and the puzzle's solution, click 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - After Dinner Tricks (S613)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

Pick up two adjacent glasses at a time and in four moves
change the position so that each alternate glass will be
empty.  You can see this problem's description, drawing,
and solution on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - Is To - As Puzzle (S611c)            by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell           From the book "IQ Test" on 9/22/2008              Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., in 2008              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016             Test #7, Problem #12, Page 123

Which of the four objects complete the pattern?  To
see the drawing, and the solution, click 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - The Canals On Mars (S611)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

Spell a complete English sentence by making a tour of all
the cities on Mars.  You can see this problem's description,
drawing, and solution on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - Form A Circle (S610c)            by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell            From the book "IQ Test" on 9/17/2008              Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., in 2008              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016              Test #7, Problem #1, Page 117

Which four of the five pieces can be used to construct a
perfect circle?  To see the drawing, and the solution,
click 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - Adjacent Letters (S609)            by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell            From the book "IQ Test" on 9/9/2008              Published by Sterling Pub.Co., Inc.,2008              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y.              Test #5, Problem #20, Page 92

Rearrange the nine tiles so that every two adjacent letters
form a word and two related words can be read around the
outer edge.  Click 'HERE' to see the drawing, and solution.

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 Subj:    Puzzle - Form A Cube (S607c)            by Philip J. Carter and Kenneth A. Russell           From the book "IQ Test" on 8/20/2008              Published by Sterling Pub. Co., Inc., in 2008              387 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016              Test #4, Problem #9, Page 69

When the figure shown is folded into a cube, which one of
the four cubes shown will it be formed?  To see the drawing,
and the solution, click 'HERE'.

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 Subj:     Puzzle - Red Spade (S607)           From the book             "Mathematical Puzzles of Sam Loyd"           Edited by Martin Gardner           From: Dover Publications in 1959

Show how to change the spade into a heart by cutting it
into three parts.  You can view this problem, drawing,
and solution on my web site by clicking 'HERE'.

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