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Puzzle #93: Slice a Pizza Within a Cricket Team

Here is a world cup cricket puzzle, the text modified from an original one from http://www.mindcipher.com

In Australia, the Indian cricket team was not able to get anything to eat, and were finally able to get one large circular vegetarian pizza. 69 more words

Alok Goyal

Solution to Puzzle #91: Pebble Piles

I again got a very high response this week – thanks again!

There was only one correct answer from Gyora – well done!

I am taking the liberty of reproducing the answer from Gurmeet, whose site is the source of this puzzle. 138 more words

Alok Goyal

Two Logic Puzzles


Which offer is better?

Two people, A and B, each make an offer (see below).
The problem is to determine which offer is better. 155 more words

Logic Puzzles

Puzzle #91: Pebble Piles

Another very nice puzzle I read onĀ gurmeet.net/puzzles/, which as I have mentioned before, has a set of very nice mathematical puzzles.

You are given three piles with 5, 49 and 51 pebbles respectively. 81 more words

Alok Goyal

Solution to Puzzle #90: The Three Gamblers

Fabulous response for the puzzle…one of the best weeks since I started the puzzle blog two years back…thanks and keep puzzling.

I got three correct answers (of course other than Vaibhav Kalia who had contributed the puzzle). 156 more words

Alok Goyal

Weekly Puzzle!!!

Here is a rather easy (but hard to spot) puzzle. The answer will go up in a few days time, keep trying even if you think it is impossible. 40 more words


Have Brain? Use it!

Find the area of the rectangle if the numbers show the areas of the corresponding triangles.

Find the area of the shape.

How many squares of all different sizes are on a chessboard?