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Hidden Math Crossword

(The contest is now closed. Congratulations to Rebecca W. and Carly R. ¬†Rebecca will receive an Intel web computer and Carly will receive chocolate from L. A. Burdick. Thanks to all who tried this crossword. We hope it was enjoyable.) … Continue reading

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A Counting Puzzle Raffle

(Added May 1, 2013: This puzzle raffle is now closed. Many thanks to all who participated. Here’s a solution.) Last month, Girls’ Angle affiliates Rediet Abebe, Jordan Downey, and Lauren McGough hosted a mathophile raffle contest at the Girls’ Angle … Continue reading

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Secret Message Raffle

Updated November 30, 2012: This challenge has been solved. Many thanks to all who participated! In the April, 2012 (Volume 5, Number 4) issue of the Girls’ Angle Bulletin, there is a Secret Message Challenge on page 15. The issue … Continue reading

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Puzzle of Firsts – Solution

Congratulations to Bret S. of California for winning the Puzzle of Firsts crossword raffle in celebration of Women’s History Month! Like our Puzzle of Fortune! raffle winner, Bret will receive chocolate from L. A. Burdick. Many thanks to all who … Continue reading

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Puzzle of Firsts

To celebrate Women’s History Month and Pi Day, here’s a raffle puzzle contest. Feel free to use search engines to help! (The deadline for entry has passed and a winner announced. Thank you for participating! If you’re a teacher, feel … Continue reading

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Puzzle of Fortune – Solution

The winner of the Puzzle of Fortune is Diana G. of Massachusetts. Congratulations! Many thanks to all those who participated!

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Puzzle of Fortune!

Recently, both Hewlett Packard and IBM named women as their Chief Executive Officers. To celebrate, here’s a puzzle for you. All I’ll say is that the puzzle was designed this past summer. (Part of the puzzle is to figure out … Continue reading

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