## Weekly Challenge – 16 July 2020

Linked to post: Colourful Game of Life

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# Category: Mathematical Colours

## Weekly Challenge – 16 July 2020

## A Colourful Game of Life

## Weekly Challenge – 10 July 2020

## 2 Colours, 1 Sequence

## Weekly Challenge – 3 July 2020

## Prime Colours Escape Maze

## Colouring Maps and Networks

## Weekly Challenge – 26 June 2020

## Weekly Challenge 19 June 2020

## Colourithms

Linked to post: Colourful Game of Life

Conway’s Game of life is a seemingly life-like animation where cells on a grid appear and disappear according to 3 quite simple rules that determine whether a cell stays as it is, or changes. This…

This challenge is linked to the post 2-colours-1-sequence

Sequences and patterns are a large part of what maths is really about. Here we are using 2 colours to generate a sequence. If we combine this with some of the ideas we used in…

This challenge is linked to the post – Prime Colours Escape Maze

In these mazes, you need colours to start, colours to move and colours to escape. Prime Colours is a way of doing arithmetic just using colours and this is an example of one of the…

The 4 Colour theorem was known to be practically true for at least 100 years before it was proved in 1976. It was the first mathematical proof that relied on computers to prove it. Even…

This is linked to the post – https://momentofmaths.roots2grow.org/2020/06/26/colouring-maps-and-networks/

Link to supporting post – https://momentofmaths.roots2grow.org/2020/06/19/colourithms/

The puzzles this week are a form of cryptarithm. Cryptarithms use letters in place of digits to form a puzzle out of a standard arithmetical calculation. In this challenge, we’ll practice some of the techniques…