Dick Hess

Divide a rectangle cake into five equal pieces, calculate the cost of running a successful casino, determine the maximum number of losses on the route to winning the U.S. Open Tennis Championship, and solve other entertaining and tough riddles — including a mathematical brainteaser involving a couple of holes of golf on the surface of the moon.

Additionally, this unique collection includes a range of word problems and sports-related riddles, in addition to logical puzzles and mathematical paradoxes. All of the problems, which range in difficulty from simple propositions to difficult mathematical conundrums, are appropriate for children aged 12 and up. The solutions are provided in detail towards the conclusion.