PRINCIPAL'S CHALLENGE

Principal's Challenge No. 9 

The sum of each two adjacent squares gives the number above.

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What number should replace the question mark?


Principal's Challenge No.8

A well-known proverb has been split up into groups.

Rearrange the groups to form the proverb.

What is it? 

INEI ITIS OUT SIN, THEW THEW WHEN

The answer for Principal's challenge 8  -  When the wine is in, the wit is out


Answer to Principal's Challenge No.7

Assume you are using a basic calculator and press the numbers in the order shown, replacing each question mark with a mathematical sign.

Plus, minus, multiply and divide can each be used once only.

In which order should they be used to score 24?

2    ?     8    ?     6    ?     9    ?    3   =    24

ANSWER: Minus, divide, plus and multiply.


Answer to Principal's Weekly Challenge No.6

Chessboard
A knight is positioned on the centre square of this chessboard.

Move the knight to each square once only, collecting letters to spell out five types of dwelling.

Each dwelling is five letters long.

What are they?

ANSWER: house, lodge, manor, igloo and villa