Everyday Geek Questions

What happens once in a minute, twice in a week and once in a year?

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I will be X years old in year X2. How old am I?

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How many planes of symmetry does a cube have?

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“1” costs $10. “20” costs $20. How much does “100” cost?

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Liar’s Math

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Pinocchio lies

When Pinocchio lies, his nose gets twice as long. When he tells the truth, his nose gets 1 cm shorter.

Today, his nose was 1 cm long in the morning, and it is 100 cm long in the evening.

What is the least possible number of times he opened his mouth today?

True and Random

Two gods  are called True and Random. True always speaks truly and Random speaks randomly truly or falsely. You don’t know who is who.

Determine the identities of the gods by asking yes-no questions; each question must be put to exactly one god.aplusclickgods

Adapted from G. Boolos. ‘The hardest logic puzzle ever’, The Harvard Review of Philosophy (6), 1996.

 

You find the answers to the questions in Grade 12 questions at www.aplusclick.com

Geek Puzzle Cards

Geek’s puzzle cards are made for geeks  https://www.aplusclick.org/geek/

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Wittygon – Game and Math Lesson

aplusclickWittygonAplusclick has just launched Wittiygon. It is a mix of Math practice and a logic game.

icon-173-tile Aplusclick Logic Puzzle Wittygon is a free educational game for Very Intelligent People (VIP) in grades one through twelve and smart adults.

The game is free and ad-free.

 What is the story about?

In the Wittygon planetary system, the aim is to move a planet to a nearest neighbour in order to exchange positions. Match 4 or 5 planets in a row to win stars.  You win additional points if you correctly answer IQ Bonus Questions. The questions will be automatically adapted to your skills and motivation. The collection of the questions includes more than 400 logic questions, which don’t ask for special mathematical knowledge.

Where can you play?

Online: www.wittygon.com ,   iPhone or iPad,    Android:

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Enjoy the challenge – become clever!

 

2015 New MENSA Challenges from A+Click

1) Think Outside the Box!AplusclickMensa2015

2) What is the word coiled inside this circle?

A) Animal;  B) Food; C) Country; D) USA State; E) Language

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A+Click 2014 Numbers

Education by computer2014 Annual Statistics

4600+ challenging problems for students in grades one through twelve;

500,000+ sessions on websites http://www.aplusclick.com and http://www.aplusclick.ru in 2014;

5’30” is the average duration of a session;

190 countries: USA 45%; India 9%; Canada 7%; Australia 5%; UK 5%;

10,000+ cities: top cities are  Brisbane, Australia; Chicago, USA; New Delhi, India;

25% visitors via mobile or tablets;

500 stars is the Best Score of the A+Click Challenge in 2014. Suhas, Bangalore, India is the best performer of 2014.

100 Best Performers of the A+Click Challenge in 2014: USA – 28%; Cambodia – 26%; India – 15%; Canada – 6%.

2,000+ people passed IQ Test; 454 people scored over 100;

100+ suggestions from users;

18,500 downloads of A+Click eBooks on iTunes;

A+Click continues the adventure in 2015!

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Pancake Math

panecake2“Archaeological evidence suggests that pancakes are probably the earliest and most widespread cereal food eaten in prehistoric societies.” – Wikipedia

 

What is the maximum number of sections into which a pancake may be divided into by four straight cuts through it?

Here more difficult questions go:

1) Is it possible to divided it so that all sections have equal area?

2) How many pancakes are needed to reach your height if they are squeezed by the weight of the upper pancakes?

3) If I spent 30 grams of batter for a pancake (French-style crêpe) of 30 cm in diameter how much batter do I need for the square pancake of the same thickness and the side length of 30 cm?  

 

These and many other practical “pancake” questions are presented in the Applied Math section of A+Click series, which already includes more than 4500 questions.