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  1. jazzship added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles   

    It could be nice to have a sub forum of the math/logic forum for submitting your own math/logic puzzles which are 'works in progress'. I'm not sure how many problems in the math/logic forum which exists now are user submitted but them seem fairly polished and worthwhile. I have a bunch of problems I've made which may need some testing before they're really worthwhile (if it all) and having a place where you could trial them, so to speak, would be very helpful to iron out any confusion with wording, interpretation etc. or simply to find out if it's a problem worth showing at all.

    Or is there a better way?
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    Here are some rebus puzzles I have made. Hopefully they are mostly original and the answers aren't too annoying.

    Each box represents a common phrase or word.

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    Looking at line 1 using the hint, but nothing so far.
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  15. jazzship added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles   

    There are 10 people at a party, some of whom always tell the truth, while the rest always lie. One of them says, "No one in the room is honest." Another person says, "There's not more than one honest person here." A third says, "There aren't more than two honest people here." This continues until the tenth person says, "There are not more than nine honest people here."

    How many honest people are there at the party?
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