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Medium Puzzles


Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 53

Puzzle IconWhat number comes next in this sequence:

917452 97452 9745 975 ==?==

[Ref: ZIGY] © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 54

Puzzle IconBelow are six animals that have been split.

Take a set of three letters from the left column, and a set of three letters from the right column and merge them together again, without changing the order of the letters in each half.

Matching sets will not necessarily be on the same row.

For example WMB + OAT and OAT + WMB both equal WOMBAT as the order of the letters OAT, and WMB remain the same.

For another example, RABBIT could become RBT + ABI.

CYO ARU
WLS DNE
EAR FEE
OKY OTE
RRT JAR
AGU BVE

[Ref: ZIFY] © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 55

Puzzle IconDuring the recent BrainBashers cipher convention, a binary code contest took place.

The contest consisted of a binary code transmission where the spaces between the letters were missing and there was no punctuation.

Each letter of the alphabet was translated into its binary equivalent based on its position in the alphabet:

a: 1      b: 10     c: 11     d: 100    e: 101
f: 110    g: 111    h: 1000   i: 1001   j: 1010
k: 1011   l: 1100   m: 1101   n: 1110   o: 1111
p: 10000  q: 10001  r: 10010  s: 10011  t: 10100
u: 10101  v: 10110  w: 10111  x: 11000  y: 11001
z: 11010

Can you find 10 countries?

A. 101011000011110
B. 101111110010110011
C. 100001111110011110100
D. 110100101111011101
E. 11100010011100101
F. 1101111110010111111111111
G. 11010111011010011
H. 10100111111101111
I. 1000011110111011
J. 1101111111101111111110010011

[Ref: ZGZM] © Kevin Stone

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Difficulty: MediumPuzzle 56

Each of these sets of arrows represents a word - what are the words?

Puzzle Arrows

[Ref: ZEEG] © Kevin Stone

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