Next Catriona Shearer puzzle.

**17.
Just One Fact**

**What’s the area of the square?**

**Spoiler!** Continue reading “Just one fact”

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## Just one fact

## Going, going, ‘gon

## Jewel cutters

## Green vs. Blue

## Isocseles I Saw

## Spike in the Hive

## All in the square

Next Catriona Shearer puzzle.

**17.
Just One Fact**

**What’s the area of the square?**

**Spoiler!** Continue reading “Just one fact”

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Surprise, surprise, a Catriona Shearer puzzle.

**16.
Going, Going, ‘gon**

Six identical squares and a smaller rectangle are fitted into this regular hexagon. **What fraction of the hexagon do they cover?**

And another Catriona Shearer puzzle.

**15.
Jewel Cutters**

Four equilateral triangles are arranged around a square which has area 12. **What’s the shaded area?**

**Spoiler!** Continue reading “Jewel cutters”

Yet another Catriona Shearer puzzle.

**14.
Green vs. Blue**

Is more of this design green or blue (and by how much)?

Spoiler!

Continue reading “Green vs. Blue”

Another Catriona Shearer puzzle.

**13.**

**Isosceles I Saw**

All 4 triangles are isosceles. **What’s the angle?**

Spoiler!

Continue reading “Isocseles I Saw”

Our next Catriona Shearer puzzle.

**12.
Spike in the Hive**

Two of the regular hexagons are identical; the third has area 10. What’s the area of the red triangle?

Spoiler!

Continue reading “Spike in the Hive”

Another Catriona Shearer puzzle.

**11.
All in the Square**

Spoiler!

Continue reading “All in the square”

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