This is the latest Wei-Hwa puzzle:
What is next in this sequence?
15, 16, 17, 21, 23, 30, 33, 120, ?
The answer's in the comments.
This is the latest Wei Hwa puzzle that can be seen on google personalised homepages.
For answers see comments.
Here's a puzzle based on Erich Friedman's "Distance," from the 2003 Google U.S. Puzzle Championship. Label 14 of the circles above with different numbers from 1 to 14, such that the distance between 1 and 2 is less than the distance between 2 and 3, and so on. Four circles should remain empty.
Note that this image is not part of the solution but just an example.
See comments for solution.
If a tree falls in the woods because of a wound, then what little object will not hear the sound?
A Why Me Rhyme is a pair of words that look like they should rhyme , but don't really. For example, depending on the colorist, Etrigan could be considered a lemon demon. See if you can figure out these twelve Why Me Rhymes from their descriptions:
What is heard when your little girl is having fun
Those with a Google homepage may have noticed a section called "Wei-Hwa's Puzzle Challenges." The first came out on Friday:
Using the numbers 3, 3, 8, 8 , make a mathematical expression that equals 24. You can use only addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division , but in any order you wish. Note that you have to use all four numbers; otherwise 3 times 8 would be valid -- and that wouldn'...