Here's a mathematical puzzle.
0 __ 0 __ 0 = 6 1 __ 1 __ 1 = 6 2 __ 2 __ 2 = 6 3 __ 3 __ 3 = 6 4 __ 4 __ 4 = 6 5 __ 5 __ 5 = 6 6 __ 6 __ 6 = 6 7 __ 7 __ 7 = 6 8 __ 8 __ 8 = 6 9 __ 9 __ 8 = 6 The way to solve this puzzle, is to use ONLY SYMBOLS like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (+, , *, and / ) to make it equal to 6. NO EXPONENTS are allowed, the only exception is the square root. Even though it is technically raising something to 1/2 a power, we will treat it as a symbol for this puzzle. Have fun, some numbers are easier than others. 

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AEky wrote: Here's a mathematical puzzle. 0 __ 0 __ 0 = 6 1 __ 1 __ 1 = 6 2 __ 2 __ 2 = 6 3 __ 3 __ 3 = 6 4 __ 4 __ 4 = 6 5 __ 5 __ 5 = 6 6 __ 6 __ 6 = 6 7 __ 7 __ 7 = 6 8 __ 8 __ 8 = 6 9 __ 9 __ 8 = 6 The way to solve this puzzle, is to use ONLY SYMBOLS like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (+, , *, and / ) to make it equal to 6. NO EXPONENTS are allowed, the only exception is the square root. Even though it is technically raising something to 1/2 a power, we will treat it as a symbol for this puzzle. Have fun, some numbers are easier than others. (0!+0!+0!)!=6 (1+1+1)!=6 2+2+2=6 (3×3)3=6 √(4) + √(4) + √(4)=6 (5/5)+5=6 6+66=6 7(7/7)=6 (√((8 ÷ 8) + 8))!=6 √(9) × √(9)  √(9)=6 when i first heard that puzzle I totally forgot about the ! and its function and it was so annoying i will NEVER forget that again 



marinewrestler wrote: AEky wrote: Here's a mathematical puzzle. 0 __ 0 __ 0 = 6 1 __ 1 __ 1 = 6 2 __ 2 __ 2 = 6 3 __ 3 __ 3 = 6 4 __ 4 __ 4 = 6 5 __ 5 __ 5 = 6 6 __ 6 __ 6 = 6 7 __ 7 __ 7 = 6 8 __ 8 __ 8 = 6 9 __ 9 __ 8 = 6 The way to solve this puzzle, is to use ONLY SYMBOLS like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (+, , *, and / ) to make it equal to 6. NO EXPONENTS are allowed, the only exception is the square root. Even though it is technically raising something to 1/2 a power, we will treat it as a symbol for this puzzle. Have fun, some numbers are easier than others. (0!+0!+0!)=6 (1+1+1)!=6 2+2+2=6 (3×3)3=6 √(4) + √(4) + √(4)=6 (5/5)+5=6 6+66=6 7(7/7)=6 (√((8 ÷ 8) + 8))!=6 √(9) × √(9)  √(9)=6 when i first heard that puzzle I totally forgot about the ! and its function and it was so annoying i will NEVER forget that again Damn you for solving it lol. When I was doing it, I didn't even know you needed to use the factorial lol, but gj. There are other solutions for some of the numbers but you are correct. For number 4, I had 4+4  sqrt(4) =6 

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AEky wrote: marinewrestler wrote: AEky wrote: Here's a mathematical puzzle. 0 __ 0 __ 0 = 6 1 __ 1 __ 1 = 6 2 __ 2 __ 2 = 6 3 __ 3 __ 3 = 6 4 __ 4 __ 4 = 6 5 __ 5 __ 5 = 6 6 __ 6 __ 6 = 6 7 __ 7 __ 7 = 6 8 __ 8 __ 8 = 6 9 __ 9 __ 8 = 6 The way to solve this puzzle, is to use ONLY SYMBOLS like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (+, , *, and / ) to make it equal to 6. NO EXPONENTS are allowed, the only exception is the square root. Even though it is technically raising something to 1/2 a power, we will treat it as a symbol for this puzzle. Have fun, some numbers are easier than others. (0!+0!+0!)=6 (1+1+1)!=6 2+2+2=6 (3×3)3=6 √(4) + √(4) + √(4)=6 (5/5)+5=6 6+66=6 7(7/7)=6 (√((8 ÷ 8) + 8))!=6 √(9) × √(9)  √(9)=6 when i first heard that puzzle I totally forgot about the ! and its function and it was so annoying i will NEVER forget that again Damn you for solving it lol. When I was doing it, I didn't even know you needed to use the factorial lol, but gj. There are other solutions for some of the numbers but you are correct. For number 4, I had 4+4  sqrt(4) =6 you are correct there is more then one answer for some of the numbers which makes it a good puzzle you get to see different peoples problem solving skills 



Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide marinewrestler wrote: AEky wrote: marinewrestler wrote: AEky wrote: Here's a mathematical puzzle. 0 __ 0 __ 0 = 6 1 __ 1 __ 1 = 6 2 __ 2 __ 2 = 6 3 __ 3 __ 3 = 6 4 __ 4 __ 4 = 6 5 __ 5 __ 5 = 6 6 __ 6 __ 6 = 6 7 __ 7 __ 7 = 6 8 __ 8 __ 8 = 6 9 __ 9 __ 8 = 6 The way to solve this puzzle, is to use ONLY SYMBOLS like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (+, , *, and / ) to make it equal to 6. NO EXPONENTS are allowed, the only exception is the square root. Even though it is technically raising something to 1/2 a power, we will treat it as a symbol for this puzzle. Have fun, some numbers are easier than others. (0!+0!+0!)=6 (1+1+1)!=6 2+2+2=6 (3×3)3=6 √(4) + √(4) + √(4)=6 (5/5)+5=6 6+66=6 7(7/7)=6 (√((8 ÷ 8) + 8))!=6 √(9) × √(9)  √(9)=6 when i first heard that puzzle I totally forgot about the ! and its function and it was so annoying i will NEVER forget that again Damn you for solving it lol. When I was doing it, I didn't even know you needed to use the factorial lol, but gj. There are other solutions for some of the numbers but you are correct. For number 4, I had 4+4  sqrt(4) =6 you are correct there is more then one answer for some of the numbers which makes it a good puzzle you get to see different peoples problem solving skills Indeed, I have other puzzles as well. But they are really not meant to be written down lol, they are more verbal. But I totally agree w/ you about seeing people's problem solving skills 

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Another easy puzzle, fill in the missing number.
16 06 98 88 _ 68 Good luck 

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Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide marinewrestler wrote: AEky wrote: Here's a mathematical puzzle. 0 __ 0 __ 0 = 6 1 __ 1 __ 1 = 6 2 __ 2 __ 2 = 6 3 __ 3 __ 3 = 6 4 __ 4 __ 4 = 6 5 __ 5 __ 5 = 6 6 __ 6 __ 6 = 6 7 __ 7 __ 7 = 6 8 __ 8 __ 8 = 6 9 __ 9 __ 8 = 6 The way to solve this puzzle, is to use ONLY SYMBOLS like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (+, , *, and / ) to make it equal to 6. NO EXPONENTS are allowed, the only exception is the square root. Even though it is technically raising something to 1/2 a power, we will treat it as a symbol for this puzzle. Have fun, some numbers are easier than others. (0!+0!+0!)=6 (1+1+1)!=6 2+2+2=6 (3×3)3=6 √(4) + √(4) + √(4)=6 (5/5)+5=6 6+66=6 7(7/7)=6 (√((8 ÷ 8) + 8))!=6 √(9) × √(9)  √(9)=6 when i first heard that puzzle I totally forgot about the ! and its function and it was so annoying i will NEVER forget that again (0! +0! +0!)! = 6 

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Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide 16 06 68 88 78 98 you mixed up two of the numbers Nobodyofimportance wrote: Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide marinewrestler wrote: AEky wrote: Here's a mathematical puzzle. 0 __ 0 __ 0 = 6 1 __ 1 __ 1 = 6 2 __ 2 __ 2 = 6 3 __ 3 __ 3 = 6 4 __ 4 __ 4 = 6 5 __ 5 __ 5 = 6 6 __ 6 __ 6 = 6 7 __ 7 __ 7 = 6 8 __ 8 __ 8 = 6 9 __ 9 __ 8 = 6 The way to solve this puzzle, is to use ONLY SYMBOLS like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (+, , *, and / ) to make it equal to 6. NO EXPONENTS are allowed, the only exception is the square root. Even though it is technically raising something to 1/2 a power, we will treat it as a symbol for this puzzle. Have fun, some numbers are easier than others. (0!+0!+0!)=6 (1+1+1)!=6 2+2+2=6 (3×3)3=6 √(4) + √(4) + √(4)=6 (5/5)+5=6 6+66=6 7(7/7)=6 (√((8 ÷ 8) + 8))!=6 √(9) × √(9)  √(9)=6 when i first heard that puzzle I totally forgot about the ! and its function and it was so annoying i will NEVER forget that again (0! +0! +0!)! = 6 thanks for catching that for me 



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marinewrestler wrote: Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide 16 06 68 88 78 98 you mixed up two of the numbers Nobodyofimportance wrote: Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide marinewrestler wrote: AEky wrote: Here's a mathematical puzzle. 0 __ 0 __ 0 = 6 1 __ 1 __ 1 = 6 2 __ 2 __ 2 = 6 3 __ 3 __ 3 = 6 4 __ 4 __ 4 = 6 5 __ 5 __ 5 = 6 6 __ 6 __ 6 = 6 7 __ 7 __ 7 = 6 8 __ 8 __ 8 = 6 9 __ 9 __ 8 = 6 The way to solve this puzzle, is to use ONLY SYMBOLS like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (+, , *, and / ) to make it equal to 6. NO EXPONENTS are allowed, the only exception is the square root. Even though it is technically raising something to 1/2 a power, we will treat it as a symbol for this puzzle. Have fun, some numbers are easier than others. (0!+0!+0!)=6 (1+1+1)!=6 2+2+2=6 (3×3)3=6 √(4) + √(4) + √(4)=6 (5/5)+5=6 6+66=6 7(7/7)=6 (√((8 ÷ 8) + 8))!=6 √(9) × √(9)  √(9)=6 when i first heard that puzzle I totally forgot about the ! and its function and it was so annoying i will NEVER forget that again (0! +0! +0!)! = 6 thanks for catching that for me Oh true thanks. I made it from memory lol, I have another one but I have to upload the picture 

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Alright, if you enjoy logic puzzles take a crack at this little game. It's simple enough: you have to poison the right persons food with the thing that they're allergic to, but you have to figure out who it is you're poisioning, what they are eating, and what they're allergic to. There's 4 different scenarios i believe but they're a bit tricky
http://tetrapteryx.itch.io/allergyassassin 

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My two favorites:
1) Consider looking at a clock when it says 1:01, 2:02, 3:03, etc....What would be the shortest possible time between those intervals? Answer: Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide 12:12  > 1:01 would only be 49 minutes. 2) You're on a small island trying to find the Sacred TowerYou can ask the natives for directions, but you can't be sure, because not all the natives will give you correct answers: Type A will only tell the truth, Type B will only make false statements, Type C will alternate true and false statements, Type D will agree with the statement the previous speaker made whether it's true or not, and type E will make true or false statements randomly. You see three of them and can ask only one question eachWhat do you do? Answer: Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide Ignore them....Have you tried looking UP?? 

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Ejanss wrote: My two favorites: 1) Consider looking at a clock when it says 1:01, 2:02, 3:03, etc....What would be the shortest possible time between those intervals? Answer: Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide 12:12  > 1:01 would only be 49 minutes. But what if you did military time and continued with 13:13, 14:14, 15:15... Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide then the time between 23:23 and 00:00 is only 37 minutes And i liked that second riddle haha 

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superflydanfry wrote: Ejanss wrote: My two favorites: 1) Consider looking at a clock when it says 1:01, 2:02, 3:03, etc....What would be the shortest possible time between those intervals? Answer: Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide 12:12  > 1:01 would only be 49 minutes. But what if you did military time and continued with 13:13, 14:14, 15:15... Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide then the time between 23:23 and 00:00 is only 37 minutes And i liked that second riddle haha That's a good one w/ military time lol 

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Albert and Bernard just became friends with Cheryl and they want to know when her birthday is. Cheryl gives them a list of 10 possible dates.
May 15_____May16___May 19 June 17____June 18 July 14_____July 16 August 14___August 15_August 17 Cheryl then tells separately Bernard and Albert the day and month of her birthday respectively. Albert: I don't know Cheryl's birthday is, but I know Bernard does not know her birthday either. Bernard: At first I didn't know Cheryl's birthday, but I know now. Albert: Then I also know when Cheryl's birthday is. When is her birthday? Answer: (took me 30 minutes to figure this out! I didn't feel like writing answer so I stole it from the internet). Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide Out of the 10 dates, the day ranges from 14 to 19, with only 18 and 19 occurring once. If the day is Cheryl's birthday is 18 or 19, then Bernard would have known when Cheryl's birthday is since Cheryl has told him the day of her birthday. But why does Albert know that Bernard does not know? If Cheryl has told Albert that her birth month is May or June, then it is possible that her birthday may be May 19 or June 18. This means that Bernard may know when Cheryl's birthday is. The fact that Albert knows that Bernard does not know means that Cheryl has told Albert that her birth month is either July or August. Initially, Bernard does not know when Cheryl's birthday is, but how did he know after Albert has first spoken? Out of the 5 remaining dates in July and August, the day ranges from 15 to 17, with only 14 occurring twice. If Cheryl has told Bernard the day of her birthday is 14, then Bernard would not have known. The fact that Bernard knows means the day of her birthday is not 14. So now we are left with 3 possible dates: July 16, August 15 and August 17. After Bernard has spoken, Albert now knows when Cheryl's birthday is. If Cheryl has told Albert her birth month is August, then Albert would not have known because there are two possible dates in August. Cheryl's birthday is on July 16. 

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