# Questions tagged [number-property]

Puzzles that use number properties such as even and odd, multiples of numbers, part of a well-known sequence (i.e. Fibonacci) or theorem (Pythagorean relations) or others in part of the method to solve the question.

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### I wonder what that would be

This is my own puzzle. Consider the following Alice begins march for peace in East Bengal along with Gandhi Bentley celebrated the first Bahia Independence Day Catherine saw the starting of the Great ...
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### Number message with cryptic key: "3656 8797 1232 6484..."

A cryptic message received: The start and end win race Second and last equal key First and third define it 3656 8797 1232 6484 0959 6585 3878 9090 5474 2141 8999 5484 1838 5676 9373 4262 What does ...
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### How can four be the half of five? [closed]

I came across this enigmatic one-liner: How can four be half of five? Can you figure it out?
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### What is a Chess Number™?

This is in the spirit of the What is a Word/Phrase™ series started by JLee with Number version puzzles. If a number conforms to a special rule, I call it a Chess Number™. Use the following examples ...
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### Multilanguage generalization of "What number is that? Asks Grandpa"

This is a multilingual generalized follow-on to "What number is that? Asks Grandpa", which I restate as: "What is the smallest positive English integer N, for which if you take its WORD anagram and ...
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### Follow the path of relation through the grid #6

There is a relation between rectilinear-adjacent squares such that there is a unique rectilinear path from the top-left corner of the grid down to the bottom-right corner of the grid. Each square can ...
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### Follow the path of relation through the grid #5

There is a relation between rectilinear-adjacent squares such that there is a unique rectilinear path from the top-left corner of the grid down to the bottom-right corner of the grid. Each square can ...
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### What is larger than largest, your intuitions are tarnished. (What am I?)

You might call me a number, but that would be a blunder. In class you may have been told otherwise, but I tell you now that those were all lies. I'm in the deck of the cards, as big as them come. ...
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### A simple matter of relations (What am I?)

Don't overthink it, just a little fun. Relations are part of graphs, of which I am one. What is my relation? Hint 1
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### Which node(s) does 0 connect with in this simple graph?

If we add 0 as a node to the graph below, which node(s) will it connect to? Hint 0 Hint 1 Hint 2
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### I'm a number with a special product, so name me when you think you've got it

In the blocks that come before, their special product tells us more. To guess my scheme you'll need calculation, but only little tests of recreation. Each block contains atoms strong as Thor, ...
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### What node does 11 point to?

If we included 11 in the diagram below, which node would it connect to? Hint 1
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### Pandigital Puzzle

Can you find the 10 digit number* which contains each of the digits 0-9* exactly once, and when divided by 9 the quotient is a perfect cube which has the digit 7 in it exactly twice*? *in its base 10 ...
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### Who's that Simple Pokémon™?

For every alphabet (A to Z), there exists at most one corresponding Simple Pokémon™. As of Generation 8, it goes: ...
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