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Probability of picking a point in a divided rectangle
TimeSpaceLightForce replied to BMAD's question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
That is right.. with 4 partition lines occurring 25% of the time. 
Boolean Table of Statement Table above T T F F F T T T T T T T F T T F T T T T T T F T T Are we looking for T F T F T F T F T F T F T F T F T F T F F T F T F ?

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Probability of picking a point in a divided rectangle
TimeSpaceLightForce replied to BMAD's question in New Logic/Math Puzzles

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Help the police to reveal the hidden password.
TimeSpaceLightForce replied to jasen's question in New Logic/Math Puzzles


..that is the nearest possibe right guess. Note that this formulation applies to all the words contained within Brainden.

the = ? + and + ? Find the 2 words to equate frequencies.

Great job! How shall we conduct the final trial to solve it?

All types of bulb beetles (Red,Green and Blue) inside a jar are always glowing with the same color according to the most number of beetle type within the jar. In case of equal in numbers they all glow with the same color mixture. By transfering some beetles from one jar to the other 3 times.. How many of each type were captured? (See trial sequence below)

4axis Rubik's Cubes
TimeSpaceLightForce replied to TimeSpaceLightForce's question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
Yes,that's the least..and it helps to know. But i can only guess, the solution for all possible shuffled position is 8 maybe 9. Nice job ! 
Topple Tower
TimeSpaceLightForce replied to TimeSpaceLightForce's question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
Good one! 
The Junkyard
TimeSpaceLightForce replied to TimeSpaceLightForce's question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
That is correct !! 
A man sold part of his 16 x 12 m rectangular land property having 9 ft. high brick walls on all sides. If he decide to use the existing brick materials to rebuild his walls..(see lot plan) What should be the new height of his brick walls?