NOVEMBER 1, 2002
2 ONE-WORD PUZZLES
During a recent lunch
break the Beartown Constable was exercising his brain by doing puzzles.
Try to solve the short but difficult puzzles.
CAN YOU SOLVE THE PUZZLE???
Check the next issue of Beartown News for the answer.
FROM LAST MONTH
AIRPLANE RACE at BEARTOWN FLY IN
The annual plane race
this year was around a circular course.
DO YOU KNOW? SEE BELOW
There were thirteen planes in the race. Because it was a circular course there were just as many planes in front of Charlie Wingspan as there were behind him. A third of the number of planes in the race minus one - Charlie's - plus three quarters of the number of planes in the race minus one gives you the number of planes. Thirteen is the only number that will satisfy those conditions.
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