## Solve it Sunday: Mashed Quote

The puzzle below holds a well-known quotation. Although the words in each line remain in the correct order, all punctuation has been removed, and the lines themselves have been jumbled up. Are you able to piece the original quotation back together? LIKE AN HOUR THAT’S RELATIVELYLIKE A SECOND WHENNICE GIRL AN HOUR SEEMSHOT CINDER AContinue reading “Solve it Sunday: Mashed Quote”

## Solve it Sunday: Forty-Eight

This week’s puzzle might take a little bit of math to solve, but it shouldn’t be too hard if you passed basic math classes. You’ll also need to know what square numbers mean… I recommend grabbing a piece of paper and a pencil, and probably a calculator. Always good to have those around. Many numbers,Continue reading “Solve it Sunday: Forty-Eight”

## 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: 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”