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Two Puzzles to Stretch Students’ Logical Thinking

KQED News Mind/Shift – Staff Writer

“Riddles are a fun way to get students thinking logically and tackling problems that can seem overwhelming at first. In this TED-Ed riddle, students are put in the position of a famous mathematician who has been jailed by his king, but has a chance at freedom if he can figure out which of 12 seemingly identical coins has been counterfeited by a corrupt official.”(more)

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