## IEEE Weekly Puzzle #39 – English-German

Among the people working at a company, one person in each group of 10 people who speak English can also speak German. In addition, one person in each group of 25 people who speak

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SAMURAI SUDOKU & SUDOKU Here are three puzzles: a Samurai Sudoku, and two regular Sudokus. The Samurai Sudoku puzzle is made up of five smaller Sudoku puzzles: one in the center and the other

Read More »## IEEE Weekly Puzzle #38 – Equilateral Triangle

Pick three of the pieces below to form an equilateral triangle. The Prize for This Question: Rubik’s 2×2 Cube Send your answer to ieee@bilkent.edu.tr by 5:30 p.m. on April 21, or visit ieee.bilkent.edu.tr/zeka to

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WORD SEARCH & SUDOKU Here are three puzzles: two Sudoku puzzles and a Wordsearch puzzle. Fill in the Sudoku puzzles so that each column, row and 3×3 grid contains all of the digits from

Read More »## IEEE Weekly Puzzle #37 – Question Mark

What is the next number in the series below? 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 23, 28, 38, ? The Prize for This Question: Toshiba 8GB Flash Drive Send your answer to ieee@bilkent.edu.tr by 5:30

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WORD SEARCH & SUDOKU Here are three puzzles: two Sudoku puzzles and a Wordsearch puzzle. Fill in the Sudoku puzzles so that each column, row and 3×3 grid contains all of the digits from

Read More »## IEEE Weekly Puzzle #36 – Smallest Number

You are to generate a 9-digit number, using the numbers from 1 to 9 once. The conditions are: -The sum of each consecutive triplet (three consecutive digits) must be smaller than 17. -Two odd

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WORD SEARCH & SUDOKU Here are three puzzles: two Sudoku puzzles and a Wordsearch puzzle. Fill in the Sudoku puzzles so that each column, row and 3×3 grid contains all of the digits from

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