# Monthly Archives: December 2017

## DAY 366:

Today’s Challenge You are playing Roll3Dice and have just rolled 2, 5 and 6 with your three dice. Using 2, 5 and 6 once each, with + – × ÷ available, it is possible to make seven target numbers from 1-10, as shown below.  Place the three … Continue reading

## DAY 365:

Today’s Challenge This type of calculation awaits every player who plays Mathematically Possible, our arithmetic and strategy board game.  The strategy aspect of the game comes later on. After rolling 1, 5 and 6 on your three dice: Part 1: What … Continue reading

## DAY 364:

Today’s Challenge . . . is a number trail challenge containing 28 steps! You have been given a starting number of 7.  Carry out the following 28 calculations to achieve the end answer.  Will you have the stamina to get … Continue reading

## DAY 363:

Today’s Challenge . . . is is a 5puzzle-related question, similar to our board game of the same name. Your task is to make the target number of 15 by adding together five numbers. You are limited to using 1 to 5, … Continue reading

## DAY 362:

Today’s Challenge . . . is a number puzzle similar to my MATHELONA series of challenges, but much more difficult.  If you enjoy this, feel free to click the above link to place an order for my pocket book of number puzzles. Your task … Continue reading

## DAY 361:

Today’s Challenge You’ve rolled the numbers 2, 2 and 2 with your three dice.  Using these once each, with + – × ÷ available, which five target numbers from 1-10 is it possible to make? Visit Roll3Dice.com and the hashtags #Roll3Dice #LearnTogether #R3D for details. … Continue reading

## DAY 360:

Today’s Challenge Three UNIQUE digits must be used to arrive at a specified target number. Players must multiply two numbers together, then either add or subtract the third number to achieve your target answer of 25.  The formula is (a×b)±c, where … Continue reading

## DAY 359:

Today’s Challenge . . . involves number combinations and addition, both necessary to master if players are to successfully complete the fabulous Kakuro puzzle. As well as 9871, list the five other ways of making 25 when adding together FOUR unique digits … Continue reading