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Concluding the week, Printable Logic Number Puzzle

Couple of things, then the puzzle :)

Was surprised and happy to see Smartkit recently featured in a PC Magazine article.

Some of you may have noticed that your answers/comments have not been saving in your ‘Profile’ for the last 1-2 months. That’s because the Profile system broke when we upgraded the site software. In 10-14 days, however, we should have an entirely new Profile system ready that, in addition to recording your answers, will also include your Gender and Country.  Several of you have also emailed me about trouble with the registration/login system, and this too should hopefully be fixed at the same time.

Shortly after the new Profile system is working, we’ re hoping to introduce a live puzzle game chat window. In this window, you’ll be able to see who’s online, view their Profiles, and challenge them to simple (but hopefully fun!) games like 21 Questions , Hangman, etc.

We’re also putting the finishing touches on 2 new contests. Early next week the word puzzle game contest will go up, and 1-2 weeks after that there’ll be a geometry placement puzzle game designed by the famous and very talented Grabarchuk family.   To the few Elite who manage to score at the top, we’ll have some nice Smartkit T-shirts (never to be sold, only earned!). Some other prizes should be available too. If by chance your organization or company would like to sponsor a prize, email me at info (at) smart-kit.com.

Ok, so here’s our last puzzle of the week: Can you fill in the empty hexagons so that the number in each hexagon shows the sum of the 2 numbers in the two hexagons immediately above it? (negative numbers not allowed!)

You may find it easier to print the picture out above to write in the answers.

Will reveal answer Sunday or Monday, thanks.

15 Comments to “Concluding the week, Printable Logic Number Puzzle”


  1. onfire | Profile

    sure…has to be symmetrical, then it’s just math:
    1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1
    1 0 1 2 1 0 1
    2 4 6 4 2
    6 10 10 6
    16 20 16
    36 36
    72
    -s


  2. Eliot | Profile

    1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1
    1 0 1 2 1 0 1
    1 1 3 3 1 1
    2 4 6 4 2
    6 10 10 6
    16 20 16
    36 36
    72


    wooo, that was really cool
    Eliot


  3. michaelc | Profile

    1,0,0, 1,1 ,0,0, 1
    1,0,1, 2,1,0, 1
    1, 1, 3,3,1,1
    2,4, 6,4 ,2
    6,10,10,6
    16,20,16
    36,36
    72


    Pretty straight forward.


  4. suineg | PUZZLE MASTER | Profile

    RK, stop the modesty, this site deserves to be in popular mechanics jajaja, but congratulations.
    I think the solution to the puzzle is this:
    1..0..0..1..1..0..0..1
    ..1..0..1..2..1..0..1
    ….1..1..3..3..1..1
    ……2..4..6..4..2
    …….6..10.10..6
    ………16.20.16
    ……….36.36
    …………72
    Looks like a pascual triangle but with a different base, cool.


  5. xandragar | Profile

    HEXAGON PUZZLE SOLUTION:



    1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1


    1 0 1 2 1 0 1


    1 1 3 3 1 1


    2 4 6 4 2


    6 10 10 6


    16 20 16


    36 36


    72


  6. Rasul | Profile

    The Numbers are from top row to the bottom:
    10011001
    1012101
    113311
    24642
    6 10 10 6
    16 20 16
    36 36
    72


  7. Tommy | Profile

    I’m back. Sorry, I didn’t feel like printing it. I got half way through without paper and pencil, and then it was a little difficult. Approach the top right and the bottom corners first. They’re the easiest.


  8. mbetush | Profile

    1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1
    1 0 1 2 1 0 1
    1 1 3 3 1 1
    2 4 6 4 2
    6 T T 6
    16 20 16
    36 36
    72


  9. Shawn | PUZZLE GRANDMASTER | Profile

    Very cool inclusion in PCMag – congratulations! Hopefully it will draw some curious readers to the site.


    1-0-0-1-1-0-0-1
    1-0-1-2-1-0-1
    1-1-3-3-1-1
    2-4-6-4-2
    6-10-10-6
    16-20-16
    36-36
    72


  10. zenitth | Profile

    well, here is my humble attempt


    1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1
    1 0 1 2 1 0 1
    1 1 3 3 1 1
    2 4 6 4 2
    6 10 10 6
    16 20 16
    36 36
    72


  11. doar823 | Profile

    1,0,0,1,1,0,0,1
    1,0,1,2,1,0,1
    1,1,3,3,1,1
    2,4,6,4,2
    6,10,10,6
    16,20,16
    36,36
    72


  12. SoloSalsa | Profile

    Not difficult enough!
    01++00++00++01++01++00++00++01
    ++01++00++01++02++01++00++01
    ++++01++01++03++03++01++01
    ++++++02++04++06++04++02
    ++++++++06++10++10++06
    ++++++++++16++20++16
    ++++++++++++36++36
    ++++++++++++++72


  13. RK | Founder | Profile

    Many with the right answer on this one;
    Tommy & Onfire point out the general approach, and
    RaLDoz has a nice picture with the answers filled in.


    Much Thanks, Shawn & Suineg!


  14. Nayan.Shah | Profile

    1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1
    1 0 1 2 1 0 1
    1 1 3 3 1 1
    2 4 6 4 2
    6 10 10 6
    16 20 16
    36 36
    72


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