Hello dear readers, we are back with another Solve it Sunday post. I hope everything is going well for you in life. Things may be scary out there, but there is a lot of light at the end of this tunnel. Twitter | Instagram | Goodreads | Facebook Motion pictures are a wonderful entertainment, but we shouldContinue reading “Solve it Sunday: Imitation of Reality”
For more Solve it Sunday Posts, be sure to follow my blog! Twitter | Instagram | Goodreads | Facebook It is hopefully clear that a floating boat displaces a volume of water, and that the weight of the boat is equal to the weight of the water it displaces. Obviously, then, placing a boat into a partlyContinue reading “Solve It Sunday: A Question of Displacement”
Hello dear readers…yet another puzzle for you to keep your mind busy during these quarantine times. If you like these puzzles, make sure to follow me on social media for more…an as always the answers are in the comments.Twitter | Instagram | Goodreads | Facebook The first elevator machine is believed to have been the invention ofContinue reading “Solve it Sunday: Elevating”
Several statements are given below. You may assume – for the duration of this problem – that they are absolutely true in all particulars. From that assumption, you should be able to provide an answer to the question that follows.
Dear readers, I hope you like chess, or at least have a basic understanding of the concepts because you’ll need to know how one of the pieces work. If you like this puzzle, or are interested in solving other ones, make sure to follow me on social media!Twitter | Instagram | Goodreads | Facebook Max Bezzel, aContinue reading “Solve it Sunday: The Eight Queens”
Is an entirely clean mirrored surface visible?
Hello my dear Sherlocks, I have another puzzle for you to keep your minds fresh while you’re stuck at home. This week is one of those puzzles that require you to fill out the table, and figure out which person has ____. So really, it’s not a sense of doing math, but it’s a matterContinue reading “Solve it Sunday: Coffee Connundrum”