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Mar 31, 2017 | Baby Gear

You've under-defined the problem, but a 4x4 free-slide puzzle is a known exercise; 4 year olds can get empirical results and the general case (in its many forms) is useful to graduate math students. Drop the sir; has is the singular possessive, and have the plural appropriate to 'we.'

Dec 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet

The error is that 80% of people that could not find the solution that is 'impossible' to find means that 20% did, which of course is impossible; there is no solution to an error that is impossible to find.

It's a bit of a lame riddle really and disappointing when worked out.

It's a bit of a lame riddle really and disappointing when worked out.

Aug 20, 2010 | Ovens

Three unknowns with three equasions:

cindy is 5 years older than alex. write it as c = a + 5

cindy is 7 years older than peter. write it as c = p + 7

The sum of their ages is 21. write it as c + a + p = 21

first solve for peters age in terms of alex's age.

c = p + 7 or

(a + 5) = p + 7 or

p = (a + 5) - 7 or

p = a - 2

substitute in and solve the equasion:

(a + 5) + a + (a - 2) = 21 or

3a + 3 = 21 or

3a = 24 or

a = 8

c = a + 5 or

c = 8 + 5 = 13

c = p + 7 or

p = c - 7 or

p = 13 - 7 = 6

cindy is 13, alex is 8 and peter is 6

This is called simultaneous equasions and will always work if you have the same number of unknowns as you have equasions (or relationships).

cindy is 5 years older than alex. write it as c = a + 5

cindy is 7 years older than peter. write it as c = p + 7

The sum of their ages is 21. write it as c + a + p = 21

first solve for peters age in terms of alex's age.

c = p + 7 or

(a + 5) = p + 7 or

p = (a + 5) - 7 or

p = a - 2

substitute in and solve the equasion:

(a + 5) + a + (a - 2) = 21 or

3a + 3 = 21 or

3a = 24 or

a = 8

c = a + 5 or

c = 8 + 5 = 13

c = p + 7 or

p = c - 7 or

p = 13 - 7 = 6

cindy is 13, alex is 8 and peter is 6

This is called simultaneous equasions and will always work if you have the same number of unknowns as you have equasions (or relationships).

Sep 20, 2009 | Puzzle Toys

Hi,

Well there are lots of topics on which you can develop projects.

Some nicest topics are:-

1.College Intranet

2.Any social website

3.Any website playing videos.

4.A small compiler

5.Voice recogonising software for ecommerce etc

Thanks!

Well there are lots of topics on which you can develop projects.

Some nicest topics are:-

1.College Intranet

2.Any social website

3.Any website playing videos.

4.A small compiler

5.Voice recogonising software for ecommerce etc

Thanks!

Jul 19, 2009 | Computers & Internet

Puzzle 37-The Brother & Sister are TWINS. they are 6 years old

Puzzle 42- The Camera case is £5.

The answer to the question is ........... £95.

Puzzle 42- The Camera case is £5.

The answer to the question is ........... £95.

Apr 18, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

Puzzle 5 -- Answer is Ten Times 10

Puzzle 18 -- Move Top far Right Match to Left of the Dust-- Move Middle Match slightly Left to make the Handle.

Puzzle 23-- Empty 8 (Litre Pitcher) into 5 (L.P) Empty 5 (L.P) into

3(L.P) then empty 3 (LP) into 8 (L.P) then 5 (L.P) into

3(L.P) then 8(L.P) into 5 then 5 (L.P) into 3.(Litre P.)

Pour contents from the 3 (L.Pitcher) into 8(L.P) You

will have 4 Litres in two of the Pitchers.

Puzzle 27 -- Bickering Brothers -- Sit them clockwise from the top

as follows -- 1-- 3-- 6 -- 4 -- 2-- 5 -- .

Puzzle 28-- Find the Dot. Bottom Point on the Right.

Puzzle 36-- Only 1 as the mouse you bought was a MALE

Puzzle 37-- Brother & Sister-- They were Twins Age--- 6 (SIX)

Puzzles 38 - 41 -112-- are all quite easy, just play around you will get the Answers.

Puzzle 18 -- Move Top far Right Match to Left of the Dust-- Move Middle Match slightly Left to make the Handle.

Puzzle 23-- Empty 8 (Litre Pitcher) into 5 (L.P) Empty 5 (L.P) into

3(L.P) then empty 3 (LP) into 8 (L.P) then 5 (L.P) into

3(L.P) then 8(L.P) into 5 then 5 (L.P) into 3.(Litre P.)

Pour contents from the 3 (L.Pitcher) into 8(L.P) You

will have 4 Litres in two of the Pitchers.

Puzzle 27 -- Bickering Brothers -- Sit them clockwise from the top

as follows -- 1-- 3-- 6 -- 4 -- 2-- 5 -- .

Puzzle 28-- Find the Dot. Bottom Point on the Right.

Puzzle 36-- Only 1 as the mouse you bought was a MALE

Puzzle 37-- Brother & Sister-- They were Twins Age--- 6 (SIX)

Puzzles 38 - 41 -112-- are all quite easy, just play around you will get the Answers.

Apr 12, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

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Aug 21, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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