## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Excessive Sums

Did you find the number of positive integers under 1,000,000 that cannot be written as the sum of exactly two Excessive Numbers?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Paper Planes

Were you able to circumnavigate with the fewest number of planes? If so, then the \$50 ThinkGeek Gift Certificate may have your name on it!

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Eight Queens

Did you determine if 8 queens could be put on a chess board simultaneously? If so, in how many ways? Did you win the \$50 ThinkGeek gift certificate?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Squared Roots

Were you able to determine the number of counting numbers under 10 million without any squared factors?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – I Scream, You Scream

Just how many cones can my local ice creamery make? Find out in the solution to this week’s GeekDad Puzzle of the Week!

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Flipping Digits

Were you able to find the numeric auction bidding signs that required a “bottom bar” to avoid possible bidding confusion?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Abbreviated Rivers

Were you able to determine the rivers’ names, given that their vowels were washed away?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Presidents’ Day 2014

Were you able to decipher the Presidential quote?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Student Dropoff

Did you find a set of triplets that let me and 14 other parents park in three parking spots over 7 days, and have no one meet the same parent twice?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Functional Numeric Wordsearch

Can you find the largest and smallest value of the function listed with strips of digits pulled from the grid?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Capacitor Combinatorics

Did you calculate the number of distinct capacitance values that can be created using up to 10 identical 60 µF capacitors?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – State of the States

Were you able to determine how each State ranked along the various continuum? Did you solve this week’s stately cypher?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Disemvoweled Bacon

Were you able to put the Bacon-related movie titles and co-star names back together?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week – Another CrossNumber Solution

This past puzzle as previously posted: Crossword puzzles are fun, but they can be found in most any newspaper. CrossNumber puzzles are not only more fun, but are found almost exclusively here on GeekDad! Clues: Across 0. Bond 2. length of Marianas (km) 4. 1Z (Base 36) 6. Cr 8. PMs in Oman or Yemen […]

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week – Another CrossNumber Puzzle

Do you have the geek culture, math, pop culture, and history chops to solve our latest CrossNumber puzzle?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Prime Pair Permutations

Did you find the sets of four primes with 3 or fewer digits that can be selected pairwise in any combination to be stuck together in either order and always make a new prime?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Fair Logic Puzzle

Were you able to determine each child’s favorite food and ride? If so, \$50 from ThinkGeek could be yours!

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Pirate Booty

Yarr… Did ye determine how much the found pirate booty was fetchin’, and how much each buccaneer hauled home?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – That Time of Year

Were you able to correctly combine the bigrams and trigrams to create words and names relevant to the season?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Backsplash Backlash

Did you find (to the nearest quadrillion) the number of distinct ways can we grid off our 12″ x 120″ backsplash?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Homophones, Heteronyms, and Oronyms – Oh my!

Did you determine that to make farm goods was to “produce produce?” Did you correctly find the homophones, heteronyms, and oronyms in this week’s puzzle?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Palindromic Products

Were you able to find the set of multiplicands of each digits size that make the largest and smallest palindromic product? Is the ThinkGeek prize yours?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Black Eye Odds

Did you correctly simulate or calculate the odds for each player winning a game of Black Eye? Is the \$50 ThinkGeek certificate prize for this week’s GeekDad Puzzle of the Week have your name on it?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Meaning of Life Word Grid

Did you find all the words that add up to 42, like MATH (13+1+20+8)? Is the \$50 ThinkGeek Gift Certificate in your name?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Euler’s Prime Polynomials

Did your entry for the most prime-producing polynomial produce? Check here to see if the \$50 ThinkGeek gift certificate is yours!

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Consecutive Collatz Conjecture Counts

Did you correctly identify the longest Collatz length run under under 10 million? Is this week’s \$50 ThinkGeek Gift Certificate coming your way?

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Rearranged Founding Fathers

Who won this week’s \$50 ThinkGeek gift certificate by unscrambling a few founding father and other famous figures from the 18th century?

## GeekMom Puzzle of the Week #52 – Solution and Winner

Today I get to announce our Puzzle of the Week winner who was selected at random from all the correct entries.

## GeekDad Puzzle of the Week Solution – Roshambo Strategery

How did your paper-scssors-rock strategy fare?

## GeekMom Puzzle of the Week #51 – Solution and Winner

Many apologies for the delay in this week’s post but I can finally announce our Puzzle of The Week winner who was selected at random from all the correct entries.