Solve it Sunday: Classic Riddles

Hello dear Sherlocks, I hope you’ve warmed up your brains because I have quite a few riddles for you today. You may have heard of some of them, and you might not have, but I believe that you’ll be able to solve some of them. If you want to find the answers, just click here.Continue reading “Solve it Sunday: Classic Riddles”

Solve it Sundays: An Exercise in Logic

Hey everyone. This week’s riddle is a bit easier for you, but it’ll for sure make you think. The English mathemitician and author Lewis Caroll devised a series of excellent logical problems designed to illustrate and test deductive reasoning. Several statements are given below. You may assume — for the duration of this problem —Continue reading “Solve it Sundays: An Exercise in Logic”

Solve it Sundays: Absolutely Nothing

We are back for another Solve it Sundays, and this one I didn’t find too tricky. Good luck! and as always, the answers are in the comments.   It is tempting, soothing even, to think of mathematics as a perfect edifice of logic and order. The truth however is that it is an art asContinue reading “Solve it Sundays: Absolutely Nothing”

Solve It Sundays: Bodies in Motion

So before I get into the puzzle, I wanted to introduce a new segment I wanted to start. I bought a book a few years ago called Einstein’s Puzzle Universe and I really enjoyed trying to solve the riddles, and I thought some of you would too. Now you’re probably thinking, OH, it’s Einstein, there’sContinue reading “Solve It Sundays: Bodies in Motion”