### Puzzle 18 Solution

Answer: F

Solutions to the puzzles on the Chork's Puzzle site!

When you place an F above the blank, it forms an E, which completes the sequence.

Answer: F

Answer: F

Looking back at the names of the characters from Puzzles 1-17, you have:

William

Hannah

Ella

Nick

Sally

Carmen

Harry

Ron

Ivy

Sam

Tom

Mary

Andrew

Simon

Taking the first letters of each of these characters give you your question of puzzle 17: "When's Christmas?"

Answer: Dec 25

William

Hannah

Ella

Nick

Sally

Carmen

Harry

Ron

Ivy

Sam

Tom

Mary

Andrew

Simon

Taking the first letters of each of these characters give you your question of puzzle 17: "When's Christmas?"

Answer: Dec 25

The 4 phrases said by the men are actually rephrased versions of Christmas carols.

The first one is: Joy to the World

The second one is: Away in a Manger

The third is: I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

The fourth is: Little Drummer Boy

Taking note of the first letters of each carol, you get the word JAIL, which is where Andrew will be brought to. Oh dear. (:

Answer: jail

The first one is: Joy to the World

The second one is: Away in a Manger

The third is: I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas

The fourth is: Little Drummer Boy

Taking note of the first letters of each carol, you get the word JAIL, which is where Andrew will be brought to. Oh dear. (:

Answer: jail

The members of the sequence are the solutions to puzzles 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12.

44 was the solution to puzzle 2,

13 was the solution to puzzle 4,

8 was the solution to puzzle 6 etc.

Hence, the missing member is the solution to puzzle 8, which was -$16.

Answer: -$16

44 was the solution to puzzle 2,

13 was the solution to puzzle 4,

8 was the solution to puzzle 6 etc.

Hence, the missing member is the solution to puzzle 8, which was -$16.

Answer: -$16

Were you sharp enough to notice these changes in red?

Answer:

1. Missing red scissors

2. Opened dustbin lid

3. Crane position shifted

4. Purple pen position shifted

5. Missing black charger head

6. Shorter pencil

7. Pink correction tape position shifted

8. +/- sign on calculator erased

9. Missing text on foolscap

In (x-a)(x-b)(x-c)....(x-z), there is a (x-x) term, which is 0, so the product will be 0.

Answer: 0

Answer: 0

The string of numbers up to the nth term is divisible by n.

36 is divisible by 2.

360 is divisible by 3.

3608 is divisible by 4.

36085 is divisible by 5.

so on and so forth.

So the 12th member of the sequence must form a number divisible by 12 and the only possible 12th member of the sequence is 6.

Answer: 6

36 is divisible by 2.

360 is divisible by 3.

3608 is divisible by 4.

36085 is divisible by 5.

so on and so forth.

So the 12th member of the sequence must form a number divisible by 12 and the only possible 12th member of the sequence is 6.

Answer: 6

This puzzle requires pure logic and deduction. Your completed hanjie should look like this:

Answer: apple

Answer: apple

Note that every time a heads shows up, Tom will win $1. If his last toss is a heads, his winnings will be the number of heads. So Tom really wins $16, even though he seems down on luck. (:

Thus technically, if you want to answer the question, he loses -$16.

Answer: -$16

Thus technically, if you want to answer the question, he loses -$16.

Answer: -$16

Each person kills a different cereal. So they are all cereal (serial) killers.

Answer: serial killers

Answer: serial killers

To uncover the hidden question, copy the image and fill the background with a different colour. A number sequence should appear as such:

The solution to this sequence is simply the number of letters in each of the words in the question "which number replaces the question mark". And the answer is 8, the number of letters in the word "question".

Answer: 8

The solution to this sequence is simply the number of letters in each of the words in the question "which number replaces the question mark". And the answer is 8, the number of letters in the word "question".

Answer: 8