Apologies for the delay in posting the answer…I was on vacation for a week. I got two correct answers to this puzzle – found this puzzle to be just a little tough for younger children, and did not receive any correct answer from the younger lot. 136 more words

## Tags » Logic Puzzles

#### Term Extensions

The “Term Extensions” exercise asks us to use the history of the term ‘culture’ as a model and essentially re-imagine it through a different craft and develop its figurative possibilities as a new extension of the meaning of ‘culture.’ Therefore, I have chosen to explore the logical art of puzzle solving. 493 more words

#### Puzzle #55: Three Sages

This is a puzzle that has many variations, I heard this first time in Class XI, through my then class teacher Ravi Gopinath. The current version is from the book “The Moscow Puzzles” by Boris A. 126 more words

#### Solution to Puzzle #54: True or False?

This was a very simple puzzle, more of a quick teaser, and many people sent correct answers. First ones to send in were Anirudh Baddepudi, Amit Gupta, Anurag Khaitan and Rhea Mittal – well done! 80 more words

#### Puzzle #54: True or False?

This is a cute puzzle I found today in a Martin Gardner book, while attending a Mathematical Circles class at Alok Mittal’s home. Very cute – only a 2 minute puzzle! 137 more words

Thinking Outside The Box or Thinking differently the first step of innovation.

The slides show 10 examples of such problems.

100 outside-the-box questions are presented at… 12 more words

#### March 2014 Puzzles

**Picture Puzzles** and **“Mixed Bag” Questions** are at the top of the ** PUZZLES PAGE**.

Here’s the link to the month’s ** LOGIC & MATHS PROBLEMS…** 14 more words