On-air challenge: The word "Senses" starts with the letter S, and there are two senses that happen to start with the letter S — sight and smell. I'm going to name some more categories. For each one, name two things in it that start with the first letter of the category.
- Signs of the zodiac
- Boroughs in New York City
- Parts of speech
- Snow White's dwarfs
- Astronauts on the first moon landing
- Monopoly properties
- NATO members
- Colleges in the Ivy League
Last week's challenge: (Two-week challenge)
Next week's challenge:
This is a two-week challenge, and it comes from Zack Guido, who's the author of the book Of Course! The Greatest Collection of Riddles & Brain Teasers for Expanding Your Mind. Write down the equation 65 – 43 = 21. You'll notice that this is not correct. 65 minus 43 equals 22, not 21. The object is to move exactly two of the digits to create a correct equation. There is no trick in the puzzle's wording. In the answer, the minus and equal signs do not move.
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If you know the answer to next week's challenge, submit it here. Listeners who submit correct answers win a chance to play the on-air puzzle. Important: Include a phone number where we can reach you Thursday Oct 26th at 3 p.m. ET.