Puzzles and Pictures

A puzzle based on a blog post, a solution to an old puzzle, another puzzle from brilliant and some photographs

INTRODUCTION

Earlier today I put up a post titled “About Autism“, and because that post contained so much stuff this post is going to be much smaller – and with only a few links, all in one way or another puzzle connected.¬†

DERIVING A PUZZLE FROM A BLOG POST

Ester put up a post titled “Year 1729“, which featured the image below:

IMG_0079

The puzzle I am attaching to this is: which two famous mathematicians are linked by the number 1,729 and how did that link come about?

THE SOLUTION TO THE
MARBLES PUZZLE

In a post on Monday titled “Autism, Disability, Mathematics, Religion,¬†Politics” which featured the following problem:
Marble Q

Below is first the answer that I gave, and then one of the solutions posted on brilliant:

answer

This solution from Arjen Vreugdenhil was particularly neat:

solution

NEW PROBLEM: TREASURE HUNT

This is another problem from Brilliant – can you find the treasure?

treasurehunt

PHOTOGRAPHS

PC 2Cormorants and gullstaking the plungeLarge slugCormorants 5Cormorants 4Cormorants and West Lynn ChurchCormorants 3Cormorants 2CormorantsFlying gull agains sunsetFlying gullblack slugtownscape

Wagtail
This time the little wagtail has the shot to itself.

 

 

 

Author: Thomas

I am a founder member and currently secretary of the West Norfolk Autism Group and am autistic myself. I am a very keen photographer and almost every blog post I produce will feature some of my own photographs. I am an avidly keen cricket fan and often post about that sport.

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