# The 4 4s problem… v100

Once again, credits to Enigmatic Code for providing the post. Puzzle 55: Ton up How can you divide 100 into four parts such that: adding 4 to the first part, subtracting 4 from the second part, multiplying the third part by 4 and dividing the fourth part by 4 results in all parts having the … Continue reading The 4 4s problem… v100

# Dutch is very hard to pronounce

EEN VIER NEGEN Dutch is hard I guess

# CAST THE ODD ONE OUT (is this among us)

When the egg is sus - SpokeIsHere, Lifesteal SMP The enigma where you find the imposter among the square numbers. CAST THE ODD ONE OUT!

# The simple enigma

Well, not an enigma. Tantalizer 479. We're back with another "enigma" puzzle! I'll simplify it. Someone let the cat out. Who did it? Out of five suspects, their accusations are: Delia says it was one of the twins, Bert or ClaudAlice says it was BertBert (shame on you) says it was Claud, their twinClaud says … Continue reading The simple enigma

# There is a very hard, very hard…

Hey, it's the lousy author, back with another extraordinary enigma puzzle, and I do have to say, Uncle Bungle is really messed up.

# Happy birthday, me!

I'll let you guess my age now. This is Enigma 1429 (because my birthday falls on April 29th, so 429.). DIX is a semiprime (prime * prime), CENT is a perfect square, and MILLE is a perfect cube. None of them start with a 0. What are the values of DIX, CENT, and MILLE respectively? … Continue reading Happy birthday, me!