Puzzle Hunt by Solving Fun
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Puzzle 1: Virtual Confusion
As you are attending JMM, you are getting to know these mathematicians. They all gathered on Zoom in preparation for the meeting. At first they were confused by the transition to a virtual event, but eventually they adapted and even had some extra time to discuss a math topic.
Puzzle by Vivien Ripoll
Puzzle 2: Obscure Elements in Sequences
You take a break between two talks to grab something in your kitchen.
Suddenly, from a book of recipes falls a fragment of paper that you have never seen before.
Each ink stain covers exactly one integer. Each line is an independent sequence. If you can’t guess the sequence, feel free to look it up.
The title is a clue for a very useful website to look for sequences.
To find the number under the fourth ink stain, do the same work again. And don’t forget that the final answer should be an English word.
Puzzle by Chen Wang & Vivien Ripoll
Puzzle 3: A Piece of Advice
While listening to a talk, you are distracted by a notification from your university email. You just received an enigmatic reply from your advisor.