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 Unicursal Pattern Is it possible to draw the pattern shown on the left in one continuous line without lifting your pencil off the paper? You are not allowed to go over any part of the line twice, or cross it. Read Answer
 Having Trouble There are two horizontal lines with three dots in them each. You must connect each top dot with all three bottom dots without overlapping or intersecting lines. Read Answer
 Walls & Lines It's a rectangle that has two boxes on top of three boxes. The object is to draw a continuous line going through each line segment (there are 16 segments or walls) without crossing one line segment twice. Read Answer
 Language Equations These are puzzles like the following: If 365 = D. in a Y. means 365 Days in a Year, what is 3 = B. M. (S. H. T. R.!)? Read Answer
 Making Crossword Puzzles Where can you construct and make your own crossword puzzle? Read Answer
 Making Your Own Puzzles I would like to know how to create my own word search, with my own words that I chose. Read Answer
 Nine Dots Puzzle Okay you have 3 rows of 3 dots. You have to make all the dots connect with only 4 lines and with out lifting your pencil. Help! Read Answer
 Making Jigsaw Puzzles Do you know where I could send a picture and have a 500 piece puzzle made from it? Read Answer
 The Missing Dollar Three guys paid for the hotel room \$30 (\$10 each). While later the hotel's owner realized that there was a mistake, since the room was only \$25, and sent a bell-boy to those guys with \$5. The bell-boy wasn't clever enough to split \$5 evenly between the three men, so he simply gave each man \$1 and keep \$2. This means that the men paid just \$27 (\$9 each) and the bell-boy kept \$2, what makes total \$29. Where is the other dollar? Read Answer
 Rubik's Cube I have a rubix cube and I need help I put one side together!.. How do you figure out how to solve it? Read Answer
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