(from April 26, 2015)

"The Bookworm"

On a bookshelf, there is a set of 10 classic math books. (properly arranged in order, Volumes 1 - 10).

Each book is identical in shape and size:

Front cover is 1/4" thick.

Back cover is 1/4" thick.

And, the cumulative page thickness of each book is 3".

One day a worm -- a bookworm?! -- gets onto the shelf and eats through some of the books:

If the bookworm began at page 1 of volume 1, and stopped at the last page of volume 4,

how many inches did the worm travel?

HINT

SOLUTION

(from April 21, 2015)

"A&W Root Beer"

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(from April 16, 2015)

"The Tan Gent"

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Math Riddle: If you take away half of five, you get four. How?

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ANSWER

(from April 9, 2015)

"Let's Make A Deal"

The Monty Hall Problem....

(from April 6, 2015)

Math Question:

What is the smallest number that is divisible by each natural number from 1 to 10?

Answer

(from April 1, 2015)

"Ten's Commandments"