Fifth one in the series, this blog post has a few different problems about the growth of funds in a bank account, devaluation of vehicles, COVID-19 case projections, and growth rate.
This is a science problem i created using materials I came across on Twitter. The problem is about the size of a reflected image of an object in a photoshopped image.
Fourth one in the series, this blog post has a few different problems about the logic game Minesweeper...if you are game to being swept away by such problems!
Details of a fun activity investigating the motion of parachutes that I did with my students a long time ago. The students make the parachutes and test them.
The third one in the problem solving series. The challenge here is of a mathematical nature. You will have to contend with two questions, the first one of which has an answer, a correct answer that is. The second one on the other hand is an open-ended variety. Have fun!
Want to test or demonstrate your analytical skills? Here's your opportunity to display your deductive reasoning skills--analyze moves in a Mastermind board game consisting of 6 and 8 color codes!