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Solution to Puzzle #55: Three Sages

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

Alok Goyal

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

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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

Alok Goyal

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

Alok Goyal

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

Alok Goyal

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

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