Is cell **Z** a mine?

**Note**: The number in each of the 4 open cells represents the number of hidden mines in the 8 cells around that number.

1 is divisible by 1.

\(2\times 3\) is divisible by 2.

\(4\times5\times6\) is divisible by 3.

\(7 \times 8 \times 9 \times 10\) is divisible by 4.

\(11 \times 12 \times 13 \times 14 \times 15\) is divisible by 5.

**True or False?**

The product of any \(N\) consecutive integers must be divisible by \(N.\)

Stars in the night sky twinkle, but planets do not.

Why?

Nine identical circles are symmetrically fitted into a square, as shown.

What is the ratio of the red area to blue?

A biologist is searching for a rare frog in a remote region of Brilliantia. The local villagers claim a single frog lives in a series of four ponds.

They claim that the frog stays in a pond during the day, and moves to a neighboring pond every night. The biologist can only check one pond a day, and she does not impact the frog's movement at night.

Can the biologist devise a strategy that guarantees she eventually discovers the frog?

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