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Similar program will be conducted simultaneously near Purvafairmont Apartments, 24 Main, HSR Layout at 4 PM in the evening. See details below All of us as parents are convinced that just relying on school education is not enough for our children. We know the world they will live in tomorrow will require them to develop […]More
Here are a few hints to solve the problem listed here When you need to solve slightly ambiguous problems like this one, follow a structured thought process. Read it carefully and explain the ask to someone else Represent the problem visually List what information you have and what else you would like For information missing […]More
(Source: USSR Maths Olympiad) 200 hundred students are positioned in 10 rows and 20 columns at a school assembly. From each of the 20 columns the shortest student is selected. The tallest of these 20 short students is tagged A. They return back to their places. Next the tallest student from each row is selected, […]More
We had the final presentations by all the teams. The parents became learners and the children teachers. Some posed puzzles for the parents to solve … Others explained intricate nuances of pressure and the science behind it … One had an eye infection, so he submitted a video explaining the concept of Hydraulic Press and […]More
We finished our third session. It was time to explore the designs from all project teams. As always, it was so motivating to see the energy and creativity of all teams. Here is what the team calls as the Lazy Jack (TM). A fairly sophisticated mechanism to lift a light using two jacks and one […]More