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Some Summer Puzzlers (part 2)













Time to test your summer logic:

Arianna and Bret would like to know Chi's birthday.  To make things interesting, Chi gives them both 10 choices,

  • May 15 16 19
  • June 17 18
  • July 14 16
  • August 14 15 17

and then tells Arianna the month only, and Bret the day only.

Arianna says, "I don't know when Chi's birthday is but I know that Brett does not know either".

Bret replies, "At first, I didn't know when Chi's birthday is, but I know now."

Arianna then says, "Well, now I know when Chi's birthday is as well".


When is Chi's birthday?

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Congratulations to Carson Kent

Carson Kent is a recent recipient of a 2015 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) for his research proposal on Quantum Error Correction in the field of Computational and Mathematical Engineering.  The GRF provides 3 years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated their potential for significant achievements in science and engineering.

Carson is joined by 4 other outstanding Mines students, Ashley Bucsek in Mechanical Engineering, Katerina Gonzales in Geophysical Engineering, Kimberly Slinski in Hydrologic Science & Engineering, and Bradley Wilson in Geophysical Engineering.

Congratulations Carson on an excellent proposal and good luck on your future research!


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