Alice, a young student who knows about the special significance of Armistice Day, 11.11, has the following conversation with Armand, her great-great-grandfather…
Alice: “Great-great-grandfather, my mum told me that you were born not very long after the end of World War I.”
Armand: “That’s right, Alice! As I know that you like Maths, I will tell you this: If you multiply my age now by my favourite whole number and then divide by the age I was last year, the final result should be 11.11.”
Alice: “Wow, that’s cool! I think I can figure out your age and your favourite number!!”
Armand: “Here’s a bonus puzzle: Make a proper 11-letter word using all the letters of CAN REMEMBER.”
Your fun challenge is to join Alice in cracking her great-great-grandfather’s puzzles!
I intend to publish solutions in a few days’ time.
With kindest wishes as always,
Paul Motwani 😊😊😊 xxx
P.S. Here are the puzzle solutions, being posted now on 12 November 2021:-
Armand is 101 years old and his favourite number is 11.
101 x 11 ÷ 100 = 11.11
CAN REMEMBER makes REMEMBRANCE.