## Daily #DadJoke for August 4, 2015

What do dyslexic insomniac agnostics do most evenings?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Regular Palindrome Numbers

Did you find the 79 regular numbers under 10^8 are also palindromes in at least one base from 2 to 10?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week – Regular Palindrome Numbers

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

Were you able to unravel these palindrome and anadrome clues and solve this week’s GeekDad Puzzle of the Week?

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

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Lychrel Sequences

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

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week – Lychrel Sequences

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

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution: Palindromic Sums of Squares

(NOTE: For purposes of this puzzle, please consider only sums of sets of squares of positive integers.)

Hopefully, a lot of people remembered that the sum of numbers from 1^2 + 2^2 + … n^2 = n(n+1)(2n+1)/6. …

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week: Palindromic Sums of Squares

This week’s puzzle is simple: How many numbers, between 1,000,000 and 10,000,000, are both palindromes and the sums of sets of consecutive squares?