Test Your Logic

Overview

Fifty logic puzzles range in difficulty from the relatively simple to the more complex and subtle. Mostly set in story form, some problems involve establishing identities from minimal clues, while others are based on cryptarithmetic and algebra. Complete solutions are provided and hints are included for each puzzle.

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Overview

Fifty logic puzzles range in difficulty from the relatively simple to the more complex and subtle. Mostly set in story form, some problems involve establishing identities from minimal clues, while others are based on cryptarithmetic and algebra. Complete solutions are provided and hints are included for each puzzle.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486228778
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 6/1/1972
  • Series: Dover Recreational Math Series
  • Pages: 100
  • Sales rank: 893,800
  • Product dimensions: 5.43 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.27 (d)

Table of Contents

  Introduction
1. "Ham Yesterday, Pork Today"
2. "Val, Lynn, and Chris"
3. The Hospital Staff
4. The Woman Freeman Will Marry
5. Six A's
6. Nor Remarkably Rich
7. The Tennis Player
8. The Round
9. Three D's
10. Lawyers' Testimony
11. Spot Orientation
12. Cora's Death
13. A Chair for Mr. Lancer
14. Decapitation of a Factor
15. The Singleton
16. The Sisters
17. The Second Tournament
18. The Absent Digit
19. Interns' Week
20. The Lead
21. The Drummer
22. Middle Apartment
23. The Three Towns
24. Face Orientation
25. Change Required
26. The Doctor
27. Decapitation of a Product
28. The Health Club
29. Dana's Death
30. The Last to Row across Rapid River
31. The Victim
32. The Smallest Sum
33. "Lee, Dale, Terry, and Marion"
34. The Punched-out Numeral
35. The Professor
36. Three J's
37. Escape from a Singleton
38. The Killer
39. No Spade Played
40. The Extortionist
41. The Unplaced Digits
42. Identified as the Criminal
43. The Last to Row Across Limpid Lake
44. Card Number Six
45. The Shortest Time
46. An Extraordinarily Empathic Man
47. Old Maid
48. The Smiths
49. The Hired Man
50. More Types of Crime
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