# GeekDad Puzzle of the Week — Random Word Search

How many words can you find in this randomly generated grid of letters? What is the longest word you can find? Continue reading

How many words can you find in this randomly generated grid of letters? What is the longest word you can find? Continue reading

Can you determine the best order to decarton eggs, without unnecessarily unbalancing the carton? Continue reading

Are you able to unscramble the recently announced Academy Award nominees? Continue reading

How many different configurations of scouts could sleep on the giant chessboard overnight at the museum? Continue reading

Can you solve this crossword puzzle with words that sum to 5, 13, 31, or a product of each? Happy 2015!!! Continue reading

How many regular numbers under 10^8 are also palindromes in at least one base from 2 to 10? Continue reading

Given four 50/50 criteria, which of the sixteen pockets created includes just two of my friends? Continue reading

Can you find the set of 12 letters that produces the most 8-letter words? If so, a fabulous prize could be yours! Continue reading

Mow many Fibonacci numbers have their position identified by the sum of their last few digits? Continue reading

Can you unscramble these relatively recent Emmy winners? Continue reading

Can you find the eight 85s and the eight 170s in this binary number search? Continue reading

Can you find-find-bo-bind root words that generate English words when run through The Name Game? Continue reading

Can you find the word chain that gets you from ALCHEMIST to MATERIAL? The twist — each step has to repeat the last *four* letters of the previous? Continue reading

Can you for one find any runs of counted ones under ten million greater than the numbers counted? Continue reading

Can you unravel these palindrome and anadrome clues to solve this week’s GeekDad Puzzle of the Week? Maybe, but Most Likely Not. Continue reading

Did you find the the Most Unexceptional way for the ladybug to traverse a fallen box? Continue reading

What is the best way for a ladybug to traverse a fallen box? Continue reading

Were you able to reconstitute these classic books and their authors? Continue reading

Can you reconstitute these classic books and their authors? Continue reading

Were you able determine how many valid words can be “rolled” by these letter-labeled dice? Is the fabulous prize yours? Continue reading

Can you determine how many valid words can be “rolled” by these letter-labeled dice? If so, $50 from ThinkGeek may soon be coming your way! Continue reading

Were you able to place the 16 face cards from a standard deck in a 4×4 grid so that each row, column, and diagonal contain exactly one of each suit and rank?

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Can you place the 16 face cards from a standard deck in a 4×4 grid so that each row, column, and diagonal contain exactly one of each suit and rank? Continue reading

Can my family and I make the river crossing, given our respective masses and the canoe’s weight limit? Continue reading

How many heroes could you identify from their 12-pixel color profiles? Continue reading

Can you identify each hero from their 12-pixel color profile? Continue reading

What are the longest runs and sequences of steps required to “disprove” consecutive Lychrel number candidates? Are there many repeated palindromes made? Continue reading

Were you able to determine how many times my Anniversary was on Easter or just after a Friday the 13th? Is the $50 ThinkGeek gift certificate in your name? Continue reading

Just how many times has my wedding anniversary fallen on Easter Sunday or immediately after a Friday the 13th? Continue reading

How many positive integers less than 1,000,000 cannot be written as the sum of exactly two Excessive Numbers? Continue reading

How distinct ways can 8 queens be put on a chessboard without any being able to take another? Can it even be done? Will the $50 ThinkGeek gift certificate be yours? Continue reading

This week’s GeekDad Puzzle of the Week: How many numbers under 10 million do not have “squared roots?” Continue reading