Robert Hansen (RH) posted Jan 19, 2013 5:13 PM: > > On Jan 18, 2013, at 8:46 PM, GS Chandy > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > Isn't it just far too tough for 'pre-algebra > students'? (In fact, I wouldn't know how to do it > WITHOUT a fair bit of algebra - am I perhaps wrong in > calling it 'algebra'?). > > > It is a word scramble problem... > > DEAN - NED = A > ARIEAL - BLAIRE = B > CLARE - EARL = C > DEAN - NED = D > RAFI - ARI = F > GABRIEL - BLAIRE = G > AIDEN - DEAN = I > KOLE - LEO = K > NADINE - AIDEN = N > PAUL - ULA = P > CHARLES - RACHEL = S > TIRA - ARI = T > WOLKE - KOLE = W > > The rest of the letters fall out from that. > > I guess this means that very few kids do those > puzzles on the placemats at Denny's :( > > Bob Hansen > Congratulations, RH. In fact, may I say, CONGRATULATIONS (and repeat)!