# Powerlines Game

The following game is a fun maths challenge to complete. You need to organise the numbers along the lines so that they add up to the magic number. If you reach the end, it will give you a password to unlock level two (which is here). Can you reach it? Remember, you will need to be persistent and keep trying many different options.

# Puzzle of the Week: Party Time!

 Kelly is planning to invite 14 people to her birthday party. She went shopping with her mother for party supplies. They went through the express check-out line because they had fewer than 15 items. Kelly and her mother bought cupcakes, plates, ice-cream sandwiches, and juice boxes. There were 3 more cupcakes than juice boxes, but the same number of packages of each. They wanted to make sure that each person at the party got one of each item. They also wanted to have the least possible amount left over. How many packs or boxes of each item did they buy? How many items in all did they buy?

Can you solve this puzzle? Post your answer as a comment and we will reveal them at the end of the week. 1,000,000 team points if you can work out the answer!

# Puzzle of the Week: Cards in a Deck

Here are the backs of three cards from an ordinary deck of cards.

 A B C

You have to identify each card as a queen or king and as a heart or spade based on the following four pieces of information.

1. There’s at least one queen to the right of a king.
2. There’s at least one queen to the left of a queen.
3. There’s at least one heart to the left of a spade.
4. There’s at least one heart to the right of a heart.

Can you solve this puzzle? Post your answer as a comment and we will reveal them at the end of the week. 1,000,000 team points if you can work out the answer!

# Puzzle of the Week: Mystery Number

 What’s the mystery number? It’s greater than one million but less than ten million. It’s an even number. None of the digits is less than 3. No digit is used more than once. The sum of the digits in the ones period is 12. The digit in the ten thousands place is equal to the sum of the digits in the tens and hundreds places. The digit in the millions place is 2 more than the digit in the thousands place. The digit in the hundred thousands place is twice the digit in the tens place.

Congratulations to Kelly who was the first to correctly solve last week’s problem. Can you solve this puzzle? Post your answer as a comment and we will reveal them at the end of the week. 1,000,000 team points if you can work out the answer!