# Entries for 'geek challenge'

## Geek Challenge Results: Crossword Conundrum

Thanks for playing the Geek Challenge Crossword Conundrum. Last month's challenge had three winners: Harry Maddock of Tacoma, WA, Adnaan Velji of DMC, and Grant Anderson of DMC. The geeky answer key is shown here (click to enlarge): Sub...

## Mascot Madness 2013 Geek Challenge

Last year we created a formula-based March Madness tournament picking challenge with several potential meaningful statistics to use to generate a winning formula. While fun, the exercise proved that the winning formula doesn't ...

## Geek Challenge Results: Malleable Mystery

We had one correct answer to the Geek Challenge last month, and it came from Allen Hutchison of Smalley Steel Ring. The correct answer is D, that all three transformations are possible. Thanks to Han Yang for providing the content for the Mallea...

## Geek Challenge: Malleable Mystery

January’s Geek challenge is from the field of Topology, which is the study of continuity and connectivity of shapes. This field of math gives us such gems as the Hairy Ball Theorem.   A Continuous Deformation of a shape is what you can ...

## Geek Challenge Results: Baffling Figure

The best use of the mystery figure (in my opinion), and the answer to last month’s Geek Challenge is B: Used as an element of a proof of the Pythagorean Theorem. The figure generates an amazingly short derivation of the theorem, as ou...

## Geek Challenge: Baffling Figure

What is distinctive about this figure?   A. It is the optimum target for focusing a monochrome cameras B. It is an element of a proof of the Pythagorean Theorem C. It is used to design a centerless spiral staircase D.&nbs...

## Geek Challenge: Perfectly Random Puzzle

Four groups of 225 random 0’s and 1’s are presented.  One of these groups is perfectly random like a coin flip (although calculated from Excel’s RAND() function).  The other three groups, while still random, have...

## Geek Challenge Results: Gravity Race Riddle

Last month's Geek Challenge asked, "What is the quickest way to get from point A to point B?" And they’re off! Path A, the Line, starts with a commanding advantage, having the shortest distance to travel by taking a...

## Geek Challenge: Gravity Race Riddle

This month’s Geek Challenge is about the quickest way to get from A to B. An object is released from rest at Point A.  Influenced by the constant vertical acceleration of gravity, it slides on a frictionless path to Point B (if it's...

## Geek Challenge Results: March Madness Part II

A big question that lingered after looking at the results of the geek challenge was how much luck played into the outcome against how strong any specific entry was over any other.  Most entries relied heavily on seeding and used other factors to...

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