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Maze Making Software

This software creates mazes of different sizes and configurable appearance. It is designed for teachers. It can save the output as printable sheets or bitmap images.

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Neat maths trick with an orange. Bonus: the worst duck joke ever!

Draw five dots anywhere on an orange with a white board marker.  There is a way to cut the orange exactly in half so that at least four of the dots are visible on one side.  Can you figure out how? Solution in this video.

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Crossword Software (alpha)

Easy to use software to generate crossword puzzles.
This is still very much alpha software (totally unfinished). I appreciate anyone who wants to kick the tyres and let me know what they think.

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THE BEST PUZZLES #4 – “Hexagon”

Arrange the numbers 1-19 in the circles, so all the rows of 3 (between orange circles) sum to 22.

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THE BEST PUZZLES #3 – “Match Fix”

Fix the equation by shifting one match.
There are two solutions. I will leave them for you to find.

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THE BEST PUZZLES #2 – “Three Nines”

I have collected (and made) a lot of cool maths & logic puzzles over the years.
As too many Facebook maths problems today seem uninspired, I have decided to start posting from my collection.

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The Best Puzzles #1 – “The 7-11 Store clerk”

I have collected (and made) a lot of cool maths & logic puzzles over the years.
As too many Facebook maths problems today seem uninspired, I have decided to start posting from my collection.

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Interpreting the Cascajal Block

There is a significant archaeological artefact, the Cascajal Block, that remains an untranslated mystery.

A quite plausible purpose (and most of the translation) of the Cascajal Block jumped out at me strait away. Here is my translation, that even accounts for the infamous cootie glyph and non standard writing directions.