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Any COD: Zombies lovers here?

29 May 2012 - 07:36 AM

Well, speak up! :P

21 January 2012 - 06:47 PM

Types could include: sudoku, crossword, riddles, logic puzzles, logic grid problems, lateral/divergent thinking puzzles, mathematical, anagrams, frame games (rebus), matchstick puzzles, etc

What kind of puzzles do you most enjoy, and why?
What are the most cognitively demanding types of puzzles for you?

What’s the least number?

19 January 2012 - 10:55 PM

There were 100 people present at a baseball-card show:

59 were men
72 were football- and baseball-card collectors
81 were college graduates
89 were right-handed

What is the least number of men who were both football- and baseball-car collectors and right-handed college graduates?

Show your reasoning ^_^

12 January 2012 - 06:34 AM

Well, there are too many movies out there that seem to be too predictable, yet so many people line up excitingly to see new clichéd romantic comedies. I’ll admit I’ve fallen into this marketing trap, but only to socialize. :P

Here are some of my favourites:

The Informant!
The Dark Knight
Lions for Lambs
Fight Club
October Sky
V for Vendetta

What are some of yours? :D

08 January 2012 - 02:42 AM

Four men were playing a card game in which each card has a numerical ranking and is one of four suits called clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades. The play of four cards, one from each player's holding, is called a trick, and the suit of the card played first in a trick is referred to as the suit led.

In this card game (a) a player must follow suit (play a card in the suit led), if possible, at each trick (otherwise, a player may play any card); (b) a player who wins a trick must lead at the next trick.

Nine tricks had already been played and there were 4 more tricks left to be played.

1. The distribution of suits in the four hands was as follows:
Hand I:
club, diamond, spade, spade
Hand II: club, diamond, heart, heart
Hand III: club, heart, diamond, diamond
Hand IV: club, heart, spade, spade

2. Art led a diamond at one trick.

3. Bob led a
heart at one trick.

4. Cab led a
club at one trick.

5. Dan led a
spade at one trick.

6. A trump won each trick (A trump is any card in a certain suit that may be (a) played when a player has no cards in the suit led -- in this event a card in the trump suit beats all cards in the other 3 suits; or (b) led, as any other suit may be led.)

7. Art and Cab, who were partners, won two tricks; Bob and Dan, who were partners, won two tricks.

Which one of the 4 men won the 10th trick?