This pdf gives the first 89 problems from the book

*200 Puzzling Physics Problems*, by Gnadig, Honyek & Riley: http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/sam ples/cam034/00053005.pdf (No solutions included.)
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I found this on Patrick Honner's blog. The pdf cannot be saved or printed. So I need to save its address. Thus this short post.

Patrick says, "The problems here are simple to state, but
seem to get at profound mathematical and physical ideas."

This pdf gives the first 89 problems from the book *200 Puzzling Physics Problems*, by Gnadig, Honyek & Riley: http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/sam ples/cam034/00053005.pdf (No solutions included.)

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Sue,

ReplyDeleteI didn't have any trouble saving the PDF (I use Chrome), but it does seem like printing is disabled.

Not that that ever stopped anyone.

I'm using Firefox, on a Mac. If Chrome makes the difference, maybe that's a reason to switch, although it could be something else. For me, pdf's come up in the Preview program. I use 'export' to save. (I don't know exactly when I had to start doing that - it's so weird that it doesn't have the usual 'save' and 'save as'.) That, print, and duplicate all ask for a password. (I just checked to make sure that doesn't happen for other pdf's. It doesn't.)

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