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Alphametic Puzzle Generator This page will allow you to search for alphametic puzzles (for a description of what they are and for some examples, see my alphametics page) among a group of words. These puzzles are rare, but given a number of words to use, it's not unusual to find one or two. I've also written a web-based solver for these puzzles. The generator will search for puzzles among all the permutations of the words given and find all puzzles conforming to the specified parameters. Beyond the UX Tipping Point By Jared M. Spool Originally published: Nov 12, 2014 Surprisingly, few are talking about what could be the biggest user experience story of 2014: The introduction of the Disney Magic Band. Once activated, park Guests use the Magic Band to gain access to the park, get in priority queues for the attractions, pay for their purchases at the concession stands, and even get into their hotel room. Each family member has a wearable band with GPS and radio transmitters that track each other’s location in the park.
Alphametic Puzzles Table of Contents An alphametic puzzle (also sometimes known as a cryptarithm) is a type of puzzle where words are put together into an arithmetic formula such that digits can be substituted for the letters to make the formula true. Here are two examples, the first being one of the simplest and the second being probably the best known alphametic puzzle: In the first, I = 1, B = 9, and L = 0.
gephi Quick Start Available in other languages: Japanese Tutorial: Download it in PDF. The tutorial follows the following steps with LesMiserables sample dataset. You can find other network datasets on the wiki. Import file Visualization Layout Ranking (color) Metrics Ranking (size) Layout again Show labels Community-detection Partition Filter Preview Export Save
Ancient Egyptian scripts (hieroglyphs, hieratic and demotic) Origins of Egyptian Hieroglyphs The ancient Egyptians believed that writing was invented by the god Thoth and called their hieroglyphic script "mdju netjer" ("words of the gods"). The word hieroglyph comes from the Greek hieros (sacred) plus glypho (inscriptions) and was first used by Clement of Alexandria. The earliest known examples of writing in Egypt have been dated to 3,400 BC.
Make your own Word Scramble Puzzle This page allows you to create Word Scramble puzzles using your words. Please enter a set of words. When you are done, hit the "Puzzle" button to generate a word search puzzle. Project of How → C.I.A. (Crazy Idea Brainstorm) Purpose: Create new ideas that you never thought about before. Bonus: Bigger understanding among cuisine du monde and music. Instructions: Before starting, all participants have prepared a dish or a drink from another country, which they are bringing to the potluck and a song to go with theme. 15 top fun pronunciation games 1. Shadow reading Students try to speak at exactly the same speed and rhythm as the CD, then try one more time with the sound turned down in the middle of the recording to see if they are still in time when the sound is turned back up. 2. Syllables snap Students take turns turning […] 1. Shadow reading Students try to speak at exactly the same speed and rhythm as the CD, then try one more time with the sound turned down in the middle of the recording to see if they are still in time when the sound is turned back up. 2.
Transposition Ciphers Transposition Ciphers As their name suggests, in transposition ciphers, the letters of the message to be encoded -what cryptographers call the plaintext - are simply rearranged (or transposed) forming an anagram . However, in order for this kind of cipher to be of practical use, this rearrangement must follow some kind of system, in order that the recipient may be able to decode it. Railfence Ciphers The railfence cipher is a simple system for sending encoded messages that first appeared in the US Civil War. It gets its name from the old-fashioned American fence built without the use of nails.