Weekly Problem 42 - 2011

Four wiggles equal three woggles. Two woggles equal five waggles. Six waggles equal one wuggle. Using these, can you work out which of four values is the smallest?

Weekly Problem 5 - 2012

Can you work out the direction of Abbots Morton from Wyre Piddle?

Weekly Problem 6 - 2012

Timmy, Tammy and Tommy all go to the doctors. In what order do they arrive at the surgery?

Weekly Problem 8 - 2013

If I walk to the bike shop, but then cycle back, what is my average speed?

Weekly Problem 18 - 2012

How many leap years will there be between 2001 and 3001?

Weekly Problem 20 - 2012

Can you estimate the mass of insects caught by spiders in the UK each year?

Weekly Problem 16 - 2013

How long is it between 5:55 and the next time all three digits on a digital clock are the same?

Weekly Problem 51 - 2013

A decimal clock is started at midnight. What time would it show at 6 o'clock in the morning?

Weekly Problem 11 - 2006

If the team bus travels for 2 hours at 60 miles per hour, how many kilometres does it travel?

Weekly Problem 12 - 2006

A van travels from Newcastle to South Shields at 30mph and returns at 40mph. What is its average speed?

Weekly Problem 16 - 2006

Three people run up stairs at different rates. If they each start from a different point - who will win, come second and come last?

Weekly Problem 30 - 2006

Jack and Jill run at different speeds in opposite directions around the maypole. How many times do they pass in the first minute?

Weekly Problem 29 - 2007

What is the approximate total volume of platinum that has ever been produced?

Weekly Problem 53 - 2009

Sydney flew to Melbourne, Australia. What time was it in Melbourne when Sydney's flight arrived?

Weekly Problem 40 - 2007

Harriet Hare and Turbo Tortoise want to cross the finish line together on their 12 mile race.... What time should Harriet set off?

Weekly Problem 30 - 2008

How many minutes are there between 11:41 and 14:02?

Weekly Problem 49 - 2008

Baby can't stand up yet, so we measure her upside down. Can you use our measurements to work out how much Baby has grown in her first year?

Weekly Problem 9 - 2009

Marcus' atrium was a square with each side 50 pedes long. How many times did Marcus have to walk round his atrium to complete his daily exercise of 8 stadia?

Weekly Problem 12 - 2009

A car can go r miles on s gallons of petrol. How many gallons of petrol would it need for a journey of t miles?

Weekly Problem 20 - 2009

How far away was the lightning if the flash and the thunderclap were 6 seconds apart?

Weekly Problem 28 - 2009

How much does $u$ litres of unleaded cost in terms of the cost per litre of 4 star petrol?

Weekly Problem 33 - 2009

In a village the pub, church and school are at different lengths and bearings from each other. What is the bearing of the school from the church?

Weekly Problem 5 - 2010

Heidi and Peter are walking through the mountains. They pass two signs which say how far away their destination is, so can you work out how long it will take them to get there?

Weekly Problem 9 - 2010

Frank and Gabriel competed in a 200m race. Interpret the different units used for their times to work out who won.

Weekly Problem 31 - 2010

Mary is driving to Birmingham Airport. Using her average speed for the entire journey, find how long her journey took.

Weekly Problem 19 - 2011

Tom and Tim are travelling towards Glasgow, but leave at different times. If Tim overtakes Tom, how fast is he travelling?

Weekly Problem 22 - 2011

Sarah's average speed for a journey was 2 mph, and her return average speed was 4 mph. What is her average speed for the whole journey?

Weekly Problem 18 - 2014

The 80 spokes of the giant wheel The London Eye are made from 4 miles of cable. What is the approximate circumference of the wheel?