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Katie’s Triangle
Those familiar with Pascal’s Triangle would probably immediately recognize its beginnings in the following: However, as I was giving this to Katie, I realized that from this much information the pattern is far from obvious. For example, a 4 in … Continue reading
A Topological Puzzle
A mouse, a cat, and a dog are all away from their respective houses and you have to guide each of them home. However, because the cat and the mouse are afraid of the dog and the mouse is also … Continue reading
Hieroglyphics?
Today I gave Katie the following puzzle that I got from this Martin Gardner book. The symbols in the picture below may look like hieroglyphics, but there is meaning to them. Continue the sequence. Try it out for yourself before … Continue reading