## Solve it Sunday: A Bit of Polish

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## Solve it Sunday: A Bit of Polish

## Solve it Sunday: An Experiment

## Solve it Sunday: Scientific Logic

## Solve it Sunday: In A Spin

## Solve it Sunday: Gold Standard

## Solve it Sunday: A Curious Thought

## Solve it Sunday: Fibonacci’s Game

Hello dear readers, I hope you put on your puzzle solving hats, because I am back for another Solve it Sunday! This one might be tricky for those who don’t … Continue reading Solve it Sunday: A Bit of Polish

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For this trial, no knowledge of the world’s workings is needed. Your ability to think logically is the only thing being tested. Five scientists from different Ivy League universities were … Continue reading Solve it Sunday: Scientific Logic

Hello everyone! I’m back with another post for Solve it Sunday after missing last week. I hope you enjoy this one. It was a lot of fun talking through it … Continue reading Solve it Sunday: In A Spin

This question may seem laughable at first glance. I assure you, however, that I have no intention of making sport with you. Simplicity does not always indicate triviality. Which is … Continue reading Solve it Sunday: Gold Standard

This one might be a bit trickier than you think. It got me when I first read it, but read it carefully before you think you have the answer. As … Continue reading Solve it Sunday: A Curious Thought

This mathematical party game was devised in the thirteenth century by the Italian mathematician Leonardo Pisano, known to the modern world as Fibonacci. His work on the mathematical system helped … Continue reading Solve it Sunday: Fibonacci’s Game