
Originally posted by funiax:
45:
GIRAFFE
ELEPHANT
LEOPARD
ANTELOPE
GOAT
KANGAROO
HAMSTER
http://i.imgur.com/eETa2ue.png
46: http://i.imgur.com/uAQcKL7.png
I may have miscounted.
Correct :)



Puzzle 47:
This is a futoshiki puzzle. Every square contains a number. Complete the grid such that every row and column contains the numbers 1 to the 7. The arrows on the grid are lessthan and greaterthan signs, and always point to a smaller number. i.e. 1 < 4, 3 < 5, 2 > 1, etc.



http://i.imgur.com/2W2gmYf.png
I hate number puzzles because I can’t help but feel I’ve miscounted
Also ignore the cyan numbers. They were just to help me remember they can’t be changed



Originally posted by funiax:
http://i.imgur.com/2W2gmYf.png
I hate number puzzles because I can’t help but feel I’ve miscounted
Also ignore the cyan numbers. They were just to help me remember they can’t be changed
Wrong, mate. Your 1 and 6 in the top row don’t follow the < > rules.



Originally posted by REALinsanemonkey:
Originally posted by funiax:
http://i.imgur.com/2W2gmYf.png
I hate number puzzles because I can’t help but feel I’ve miscounted
Also ignore the cyan numbers. They were just to help me remember they can’t be changed
Wrong, mate. Your 1 and 6 in the top row don’t follow the < > rules.
Aw shit I mixed them up. I suck at numbers



Ok. I think I definitely have it this time
http://i.imgur.com/CSxFPWe.png



Originally posted by funiax:
Ok. I think I definitely have it this time
http://i.imgur.com/CSxFPWe.png
Correct!



Bit earlier than usual.
Puzzle 48:
What is represented by the following?
eiLnnopuw



Lie back and think of nnopuw.






everyone imagined Lincoln never nagging our poor upset wives



Originally posted by walfordking:
Puzzle 48
Line up now
You’re nearly there. That’s the first half of the answer.



Line up now in alphabetical order.



Originally posted by Kazinsky:
Line up now in alphabetical order.
Correct.



Puzzle 49:
Fill in the missing numbers with the digits 1 to 9. A diamond shape in the middle means that the four numbers around it add to 20. Each uses a different way to add to 20, i.e. if there is already 1 + 3 + 7 + 9, then there will not be another using the digits 1, 3, 7 and 9 (in any order). The same digit isn’t allowed to touch, even diagonally.



http://i.imgur.com/cZNRcgn.png
Neatened up:
I feel like this has more than one possible answer.



No, that’s what I got too. I thought that the far left two(3,5) and the bottom right two (8,1) could be different, but I checked and they can’t I don’t think. Shouldn’t have wasted my time though…






Originally posted by funiax:
1+3+8+9 equals 21
There isn’t a combination of those numbers anywhere in the posted solution.



Originally posted by racefan12:
Originally posted by funiax:
1+3+8+9 equals 21
There isn’t a combination of those numbers anywhere in the posted solution.
He was talking about Samster’s example.



Originally posted by MaistlinRajere:
http://i.imgur.com/cZNRcgn.png
Neatened up:
I feel like this has more than one possible answer.
Correct!






Originally posted by walfordking:
Where’s todays puzzle?
They usually come at a consistent time, like Noon PST. So like 4 hours



Originally posted by walfordking:
Where’s todays puzzle?
89PM GMT every day ;)



Puzzle 50:
Keeping the numbers 19 in order and using any mathematical symbols (e.g. +, , x, /), make 100. The person who PMs me the most combinations by this time tomorrow gets one point. For example: (1 + 2) – 3 + ((4 × 5) – 6) / 7 + 8 + (9 × 10) = 100 would count if you used the numbers 110. Because you cannot put numbers together, 12 + 3 – 4 + 5 + 67 + 8 + 9 = 100 doesn’t count
