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gmgm added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
11 letter puzzleHere's another puzzle that I haven't solved yet. Instructions are the same as with the previous puzzles I posted, read them here: (I think this is the last one of these that I will post. Some of the ones that I posted that aren't solved (or not for sure) are: ). Again, the answer we are looking for should be in the form of one letter, either upper case or lower case.
s e d n r t t r o r tAny suggestions, ideas, thoughts, narrowing of possible answers would be very welcome! 0 replies
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gmgm added an answer to a question Hard number sequence: 4, 8, 16, 26, 41, 57, 79, 104, 138, 184, 241, ?
I see that many people have tried to solve this unsuccessfully. I thought it would be good to post it again, this time in the original form in which it appears in the source, just in case there is some significant information there.
4, 8, 16, 26, 41,
57, 79, 104,
138, 184,
241,
?
a = 298
z = 323
A = 324
Z = 349
The only significant thing I see there is that

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gmgm added an answer to a question 5 word puzzle
I'll share with you what I've noticed.

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gmgm added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
5 word puzzleHere's another puzzle that I haven't solved yet. Instructions are the same as with the previous puzzles I posted, read them here: Again, the answer we are looking for should be in the form of one letter, either upper case or lower case.
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TRUE
NURSE
SPUR
SLIM
Any suggestions, ideas, thoughts, narrowing of possible answers would be very welcome!
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gmgm added an answer to a question Puzzle with cards

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gmgm added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
Puzzle with cardsHere's another puzzle that I haven't solved yet. Instructions are the same as with the previous puzzles I posted, read them here: Again, the answer we are looking for should be in the form of one letter, either upper case or lower case.
(if the picture doesn't appear for some reason, try to click this link)
I don't know exactly what type of puzzle this is, so if you have an opinion about what type it is likely to be, do share. Any suggestions, ideas, thoughts, narrowing of possible answers would be very welcome!
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gmgm added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
Letter puzzle "CASUAL ETOJP"Here's a puzzle that I haven't solved yet. Instructions are the same as with some previous puzzles I posted, read them here:
We are given the following letters. Again, the answer we are looking for should be in the form of one letter, either upper case or lower case.
C E A T S O U J A P LI don't know exactly what type of puzzle this is, so if you have an opinion about what type it is likely to be, do share. Any suggestions, ideas, thoughts, narrowing of possible answers would be very welcome!
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gmgm added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
Grid 4 by 4 with numbers and lettersHere's another puzzle that I haven't solved yet. Instructions are the same as with the last puzzle I posted, read them here:
We are given the following numbers and letters in a grid 4 by 4. There is one empty square there between the '8's, but there is no indication that we are looking for something to fit in that square. It could be that, or it could be something else. Again, the answer we are looking for should be in the form of one letter, either upper case or lower case.
1 0 7 k 9 2 m 5 2 p 8 4 h 8 8 Anyone recognize a common type of puzzle in this?
Any suggestions, ideas, thoughts, narrowing of possible answers would be very welcome!
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gmgm added an answer to a question Two interesting puzzles (1 easy, 1 unsolved)
You got the answer right. Adding to the observation you made...
It is an image. I wasn't able to upload it here for some reason. Maybe it will display this way:
If not, here is the link: http://imgur.com/vwQRZ1Y

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gmgm added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
Two interesting puzzles (1 easy, 1 unsolved)Here are a couple of interesting puzzles from the same book.
The author says about the puzzles (he refers to them as "clues") that most of them rely on logical reasoning and patternspotting, that some understanding of mathematics and general knowledge helps with some of them, and that no foreign language skills are required, and that those who have English as a first language will only have a slight advantage.
The author also writes that each puzzle (Clue) provides exactly one upper or lowercase letter as an answer and that hints or solutions from a previous puzzle have no impact whatsoever on later ones.
1. The first one is an easy one:
2. The second one I've not solved yet. You should read the first puzzle first, since it contains general advice or instructions for solving the other puzzles (these are all instructions we get). Again, the answer we are looking for should be in the form of one letter, either upper case or lower case.
Any suggestions, ideas, thoughts, narrowing of possible answers highly appreciated!
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gmgm added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
Hard number sequence: 4, 8, 16, 26, 41, 57, 79, 104, 138, 184, 241, ?Hello! I have been struggling to solve this number sequence puzzle for a while now and I have been unsuccessful so far. Let's see how you do! If you find the answer I would very much like to know how you managed to solve it!
Here is the sequence:
4, 8, 16, 26, 41, 57, 79, 104, 138, 184, 241, ?
Have fun!
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