Archive for Jacob Siehler

November Problems of the Month

Congratulations to September’s successful solvers: Filip Belik and James Wittrig. Honorable mention to James Boykin for a promising partial solution to #2. November’s Problem 1 is an assembly problem in the style of classic tangram puzzles: Seven puzzle pieces have been drawn on a grid of 30-60-90 triangles. Show how they can be arranged to […]

October Problems of the Month

Congratulations to September’s successful solvers: Filip Belik, Sam Thompson, Katherine Williams, and James Wittrig. Throughout the fall semester, we’re hosting “Problems of the Month” here, and we invite everyone throughout the college to take part! Students, faculty, and staff are welcome to submit solutions, and there are prizes for the top student solvers during the […]

September Problems of the Month

Throughout the fall semester, we’ll be hosting “Problems of the Month” here, and we invite everyone throughout the college to take part! Everyone is welcome to submit solutions, and there are prizes for the top student solvers during the fall (details below). September’s Problem #1 is a puzzle with a map: The small, yet verdant […]