## If it’s Pi Day, that means…

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Brainfreeze Puzzles must have a new Pi Day Puzzle up — woo hoo!!!!!

The Rules are to fill in this pie-shaped circle so that the numbers 1 through 12 appear:

• exactly once in each double-wedge of the same color,
• exactly once in each pair of opposite wedges, and
• exactly once in each ring around the center.

As in previous years, they are having a contest for correct entries (information on this website and this pdf file), so no hints or solutions are to be posted in the comments until the contest closes on June 1.  [If/when they print a solution, we’ll post a link to it.]

If you missed Brainfreeze’s earlier puzzles, here are the ones from:

### 5 Responses to “If it’s Pi Day, that means…”

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4. Grace Lau Says:

where do we send our entries for the contest? and what are the prizes?

5. Ξ Says:

Hi Grace – this entry is from several years ago, and so the contest isn’t accepting new entries. I think in the past it was a copy of their book. Brainfreeze has a few other Pi Day contests at https://brainfreezepuzzles.com/