Published on Jun 05, 2023 03:16 PM IST
Probability puzzles sometimes appear more complex than they actually are. This one is deceptively simple.
A point lies inside an equilateral triangle. If you know the distance of the point from each of the three vertices, what is the side of the triangle?
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What is there more of, milk in the glass of water, or water in the bottle of milk? Try to keep it simple.
This one belongs to a family that we call Einstein puzzles. I have adapted my 1993 original just a little bit, for 2023 readers.
This week, we try a different multiplication method and a puzzle including substitution and addition. Good luck!
A puzzle made from a Russian original, involving cats and mice, and another from betting at a casino, involving wins and losses. Good luck!
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Updated on Apr 06, 2023 05:46 PM IST