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Convention Chuckle...
Convention Chuckle...
Dora K. Hatton, A. K. Barnes, and J. R. Sweeney had a big chuckle at the convention when they realized that the letters of their names, if rearranged, spelled out the names of each of their home States. From what State does each of these delegates hail?
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Cryptic Message...
Cryptic Message...
Buzzy the furnace repair man was told to go around back and come in through the basement door. The door had no knob or latch, but was adorned with the lettering shown in the drawing above. How will Buzzy get in?
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Mobius Ride...
Mobius Ride...
Judy and Dan are the first to try out the latest ride at the amusement park, an enormous mobius strip. If the cars are traveling at the same speed, will there ever be a collision (except possibly Judy's head on the superstructure)?
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Matched Set...
Matched Set...
Kimberly has been told by the jeweler that out of the six earrings he has left, he thinks two are a match. Will Kimberly find a matching pair? If so, which two earrings match?
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Red Square Fold and Cut...
Red Square Fold and Cut...
Blanche runs a quilting class. She has asked her students to fold and cut a red square of fabric, following the pattern shown on the chart above. The results are in. Which of the four students' squares is the correct fold and cut as indicated by the chart?
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Wiring Tangle...
Wiring Tangle...
Only one of these four switches has power and will turn the light bulb on when flipped. What is the color of the switch you should pick to do the job?
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Hamster Walker...
Hamster Walker...
Bruce has just assembled the latest exercise device for his hamster. He lost the instructions, but is pretty sure that this is the right way to set the belts. The hamster is about to start its aerobics... will the belts turn freely or not?
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Shattered Tooth...
Shattered Tooth...
Tony has broken a tooth at the local crab house. Looking in a hand mirror, which of the four reflections illustrated is the one he will see?
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Snake Stretch...
Snake Stretch...
Professor Pith Bugby, his fearless pooch Vilmer, and Professor Motu have subdued a mighty python. As Pith holds the head, Vilmer is given the command to pull the tail and stretch out the snake for measuring. Assuming that the snake cooperates fully in this endeavor, will there be any problems with taking an accurate measurement?
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Counting Cubes...
Counting Cubes...
The stone cutter and his cat are trying to count the number of cubes that have already been placed in this monument. Can you determine the total number of cubes contained in this structure, based on seeing these front and back views and armed with the knowledge that it is not in any way hollow?
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Prom Night...
Prom Night...
These young ladies are Rose, Daisy and Iris, but not necessarily in that order. On prom night they gathered to get their picture taken. While posing, the woman wearing the rose corsage said, "I just noticed that the flowers in our corsages match our names, but none of us are wearing a flower that matches our own name." "Wow!" said Iris, "You're right!" Given these clues, can you identify who is who in the illustration above?
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String of Rings...
String of Rings...
Paulina the pack rat is ready to drag her latest find back to the nest. Are all six rings captured on the loop of string?
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