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Logic Puzzles Logic Puzzles <p style="font-style:bold; color:red"> Warning: Solutions are currently displayed. To hide and show the solutions as desired, enable javascript on your browser </span></p> 1. The Camels Four tasmanian camels traveling on a very narrow ledge encounter four tasmanian camels coming the other way. As everyone knows, tasmanian camels never go backwards, especially when on a precarious ledge. The camels didn't see each other until there was only exactly one camel's width between the two groups. How can all camels pass, allowing both groups to go on their way, without any camel reversing? Show Hint Show Solution Hint: Use match sticks or coins to simulate the puzzle. Solution: First a camel from one side moves forward, then two camels from the other side move forward, then three camels from the first side move forward etc... etc... 2. Three men in a cafe order a meal the total cost of which is $15. Now, each of the men effectively paid $4, the total paid is therefore $12. Show Solution 3.

Radio zen - musique zen de relaxation et de méditation Des musiques composées par des musiciens, auteurs-compositeurs professionnels de la relaxation. Si vous désirez diffuser vos morceaux de musique zen et gratuite, merci de nous contacter ici.. Nos conditions : ne pas être inscrit à la Sacem et nous autoriser à diffuser librement vos morceaux. Accompagnez vos séances de relaxation et de méditation avec des musiques adaptées. Ces musiques de relaxation peuvent accompagner vos séances de massage, de yoga ou toute autre activité zen. Ou tout simplement parce que vous avez envie d'écouter de la musique douce pour rester tranquillement chez vous. Sélection de musiques zen en téléchargement mp3 ou en album cd Comme vous me posez souvent la question de savoir si on peut acheter d'autres musiques que celles présentes sur cette playlist, je vous ai préparé une petite sélection des meilleures musiques de relaxation, les mieux notées avec un nombre suffisant de notes pour que ce soit significatif et des avis vérifiés sur Amazon.

Most Amazing Miniature Food Artworks by Shay Aaron Shay Aaron is a brilliant artist from Israel who makes the most astonishing miniature food jewelry. These foodstuffs look so beautiful that we would desire to eat them. Actually, there’s a whole market out there for miniature food. Not actual stuff you can eat, but beautifully hand made designs of steaks, burgers, pies, vegetables, eggs and pretty much food artworks you can think of. Comments comments Make a Jacobs Ladder Toy - Easy Instructions to Build Your Own The Jacobs Ladder toy is a fun optical illusion and toy. I'll show you how to make one with things from around the house, without any special tools. In case you've never seen one, here's a wooden Jacobs ladder toy in action: And here's one I made out of blocks of chocolate (I'm serious!): So now you have two choices: Build a Jacobs Ladder Wood Toy A nice youtube video on how to make one out of blocks of wood and lengths of ribbon (not my video): Choc Jacobs Ladder Toy Materials Traditionally, these toys are made from wood and ribbon. All you need is: 6 small blocks of chocolate (I found some Christmas-themed mini-blocks, but I think Kit Kats could work well too) 2 sheets of paper of different colors Adhesive tape Scissors Ruler Make a Jacobs Ladder Toy from Chocolate! Don't freak out at the number of steps. Step 1 Cut out 9 thin strips of green paper and 6 thin strips of red paper, or whatever two colors you've chosen. Step 2 Put a block of chocolate on the table with the nice side up. Step 3

Carlton Hibbert's pattern blog This is where all of my patterns will be kept. I'll be tagging them so you can go straight to your favourites. The tags will appear in a list on the right. Just right click the link that says "Download and Print" to save the larger image to your hard drive. Then print it and get colouring! If you like your coloured-in picture, take a photo of it or scan it and send it to me. Although all of the patterns are shown in strips the full downloadable image is much larger. Happy 5th birthday to us! Download and print Here's Jonny Wan's pattern that neatly sums up the motto of this site, "I love shapes"! Download and print Please break open your colours as Sophie Messing returns with another brilliant pattern. Download and print It is our third birthday this week. Download and print Thu, May 26 2011 06:55 | All Patterns, Circles, Symmetry Here's a very special post that I've been meaning to make for some time. Download and print Download and print If you'd like to submit a pattern, see here...

BOS academic : Folding angles of 30 and 60 degrees Folding angles of 30 and 60 degrees by Ian Harrison For those of us who fold paper regularly, creating angles of 90o and 45o is almost second nature. We create a right angle by folding an edge, or a crease, back on itself, and we can bisect a right angle (or any other angle) by bringing the folds/edges that form the two arms of the angle together, and creasing between them. The method of constructing angles of 60o and 30o by folding is based on the symmetry of an equilateral triangle - one that has three edges of equal length. The longest edge of the right-angle triangle that is half the equilateral triangle - its hypotenuse in the language of geometry - is one edge of the original triangle and therefore has length 2 units. The shaded triangle in the right-hand diagram above is an example of the half equilateral triangle described above. Folding the other (right-hand) corner across, so that two raw edges lie together, bisects the angle of 60o on the right into two angles of 30o each.

Huzita-Justin Axioms At the First International Meeting of Origami Science and Technology, Humiaki Huzita and Benedetto Scimemi presented a series of papers, in one of which they identified six distinctly different ways one could create a single crease by aligning one or more combinations of points and lines (i.e., existing creases) on a sheet of paper. Those six operations became known as the Huzita axioms. The Huzita axioms provided the first formal description of what types of geometric constructions were possible with origami: in a nutshell, quite a lot was possible! The six Huzita axioms. The six axioms are shown to the right. Solve all quadratic, cubic, and quartic equations with rational coefficients; Trisect an arbitrary angle; Construct cube roots, including the famous problem of "doubling the cube"; Construct a regular N-gon for N of the form 2i3j(2k3l+1) when the last term in parentheses is a prime (a so-called Pierpont Prime); Hatori's seventh axiom. Hatori describes his discovery on his web site.

Heart Basket: How to make a Danish woven heart basket, with illustrated instructions. Here is a simple paper craft so traditional, you probably made it in 2nd grade. Our Heart Basket is dressed up with silver and gold metallic paper, some satin ribbon, and a vintage Valentine "scrap." Add some fancy chocolates, and this is the perfect “door knob” gift from the office Valentine Fairy. A Victorian "scrap" is a small illustration, usually color lithographed, embossed, and die-cut. Materials Metallic silver paper, 8.5" X 11".Metallic gold paper, 8.5" X 11".Black construction paper, about 5" X 5".Thin ribbon. Instructions Copy template shape to silver and gold paper, and cut out one of each. Make your own "scrap" by cutting out a heart-shaped image.Glue your scrap to the black construction paper, and cut around it with the decorative-edge scissors. Tips Here is a shortcut for cutting your paper. Weaving Instructions

Origami Cross « Easy Origami Crafts This is a simple model created from a single, long and narrow strip of paper. Quilling paper works well if y ou happen to have that on hand — it’s often available at craft stores like Michael’s as well as online. But you can use any kind of paper that is available in large enough sheets to let you cut a strip that is 13-15″ long and 1/2 to 5/8″ wide. I like to use paper that is a different color on each side even though only a small square of the “wrong” side shows up in the final model. I hunted down instructions in order to make these for my classmates at the close of a recent Bible class at our church. Here are the Origami Cross step-by-step instructions with photos: I used a piece of paper about 15″ long and just over 1/2″ wide. 1. Though typically it is recommended that you fold on a hard flat surface, at this point I think it is easier to pick the whole piece up. 4. 6. 8. 12. & 13. 14. 18. 20. 23.

Spiral Flower Tutorial Good evening fellow bloggers! Today I'm going to take a few minutes to post a quick tutorial on how to make spiral flowers. I recently learned how to do this in a class I took at my local scrapbook store. During this class I made my very first canvas! So let's get started. First your supplies...you'll need scraps of patterned paper in various square sizes. This step is optional. Once the paper has dried--cut out circles from the square pieces of carstock. Starting from the outside of the circle start cutting in a spiral fashion all around the circle until you get to the center. In the end, this is what you should have. This step is optional. Before beginning to twirl your flower make sure that the pattern you want to be the face of the flower is facing you. Here's a screen shot of the flower after I've coiled it completely. Once you have coiled the flower completely, remove the tweezers. This is what you'll end up with. Uncoil the flower to your liking. Hope you enjoyed this tutorial.

Basics of Quilling - Decorative Crafts Step 1: Cut Paper Strips Quilling is most often done with 1/8"- (3 mm) wide strips of paper. Beginners will find that ¼"- (6 mm) wide strips are easier to handle, and younger children will do best with ½" to 1" (12 - 25 mm) wide strips. Tip: As an aid in cutting strips, download and print a paper strip cutting guide on colored or white computer paper. Step 2: Winding Coils There are over thirty basic quilling shapes. To wind a coil, you will need a round toothpick and a strip of paper. Moisten your thumb and index finger. Tip: If you can't find a round toothpick to use as a winder, wrap a little masking tape around a square toothpick. Step 3: Sizing and Gluing Coils Skip this step if you are making an open coil, one of the scrolls (heart, V, or S), or the V. Spread out a sheet of wax paper to put your glued coils on. Your coils can be sized more easily by using a sizing aid. Step 4: Shaping Coils Follow these instructions for making eight basic coil shapes: Closed: Wind a strip to the end.

Kids Games Stamping With Blue Moon Creations: Iris Folding-Instructions and Video Tutorial Iris Folding Iris folding is a paper craft technique that involves folding strips of colored paper in such a way to form a spiraling design. The center of the design forms an iris -- similar to the shape of the iris of a camera lens. Iris folding originated in Holland. Designs initially were made using patterned paper cut from the inside of envelopes. Any light weight paper, such as scrapbook paper, origami paper, wrapping paper, the inside of envelopes, pages of magazines or even ribbon can be used. Iris Folding can be used as the front of a greeting card, as a scrapbook embellishment or on numerous other paper crafting projects. Supplies for iris folding include a pattern, strips of colored paper, permanent adhesive, cutting tools and a temporary tape such as painters tape. Iris folding always begins with a pattern. The main 3 patterns for Iris Folding are the square, the circle and the triangle. Basic Iris Folding Patterns Sweet Sorbet Iris Folded Christmas Tree Supplies Used: 1. 2. 3.

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