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# NeoPets Riddles (Lenny Conundrums) and Answers Here

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Sun 9 Jan, 2005 09:51 pm
Here is the correct answer, with equation and calculations:

http://www.able2know.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1112892#1112892
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bizarre

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Wed 12 Jan, 2005 05:00 am
Realising that the Lenny Conundrum was getting too easy, the writer decided to make things a little harder.

He first of all came up with some very lame riddles and no-one was interested anymore. Upon seeing this he tried to add in a few more made up words, but the Dekatex didn't like this and it was also dropped as an idea.

As a final resort the writer announced that he'd never write another stupid Lenny Conundrum, the question is: What did all the people do after the final announcment?

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Izzy

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Thu 13 Jan, 2005 02:33 pm
This is the next question
What is the missing value in the following sequence?

2616, 3, 11, 10850, ________, 25, 2038
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lawsmar

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Thu 13 Jan, 2005 04:52 pm
What is the missing value in the following sequence?

2616, 3, 11, 10850, ________, 25, 2038

i need this one to
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punk41sk8er

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Thu 13 Jan, 2005 04:58 pm
hi
I dont know this one EITHER!!!!!!
What is the missing value in the following sequence?

2616, 3, 11, 10850, ________, 25, 2038

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nannytonks

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Thu 13 Jan, 2005 05:32 pm
This is the pattern I picked up on.. It could be wrong...

2+6+1+6 = 15
1+0+8+5+0 = 14
2+0+3+8 = 13

11-3=8
25-x=9
25-9=x
x=14

I have NO idea if that's right... I'm working on it right now, to see if there's another pattern, but for now, that's what I've come up with.

ETA :: Also, my friend got this one...

3 = 3
1+1 = 2
2+5 = 7

It stands to reason that the number preceeding the "7" would have to be "8", because of the 3-2 combination. To get "8", you'd do 1+7 = 8. That seems logical, in terms of the smaller numbers in the pattern, because 11-3 = 8 and 25-17 = 8. Still, I've no idea if that's right...
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lawsmar

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Thu 13 Jan, 2005 05:50 pm
how did you get 25-x=9 . i mean how do you know it is nine
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superstar149

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Sat 15 Jan, 2005 04:19 pm
What is the missing value in the following sequence?

2616, 3, 11, 10850, ________, 25, 2038

(the new one!)
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neomew8530

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Sat 15 Jan, 2005 09:16 pm
:wink: the answer is 10825. I can't explain it though I most of the time know the answer but I can't really explain it. It's not my fault if you get this wrong also.
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tulz

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Sun 16 Jan, 2005 03:31 am
lenny
For all you SAD ppl seeking help outside neopets, i'll let you in on a little secret....

...this one can't be solved by anyone outside neopets because, quite simply, the ANSWER is a word! and to figure out the answer, you have to be on neopets! so give up and try figure it out yourselves for ONCE in your lives!!
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sweettiffany

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Sun 16 Jan, 2005 05:20 am
tulz u got it wrong
tulz u got it all wrong.
sorry hun but u should really calm down its justa game and since its on the net its anyones game. for all thoose trying to figuring it out and who tried to work it out and advise people on this forum.
it cant be a word dont try and put people off like that...
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helicopter

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Sun 16 Jan, 2005 09:17 am
tulz is correct.

This is NOT a math problem. The answer can only be found on the neopets site.
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cdnmoon

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Sun 16 Jan, 2005 11:31 am
response to tulz
Y'know, I've been a member of Neopets for over four years, and gone through most of the Lenny Conundrum questions and answers. they ARE math questions - if you take the time to review. They're not WORDS on the site. Many other games Neopets.com puts out will have information that you have to piece together from the site - but the Lenny Puzzles are pure math.
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aftershocka12

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Sun 16 Jan, 2005 06:38 pm
please just help with the conundrum
i've been thinking about this sequence for like 36 hours straight (from lenny conundrum) and i cant pin it down, please someone help me!

What is the missing value in the following sequence?

2616, 3, 11, 10850, ________, 25, 2038

and for everyone who thinks this is cheating, its not, it is solely being resourceful because this question (no matter how stupid) is taking over my life
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inseperabletwins0405

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Mon 17 Jan, 2005 12:41 pm
has anyone given yu the answer aftershocka12? thats what i came here for too! I been trying to solve it for hours! I even got my dad to help but he couldnt figure it out!
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inseperabletwins0405

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Mon 17 Jan, 2005 12:49 pm
?????????????
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Xeodeus

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Mon 17 Jan, 2005 02:56 pm
nannytonks wrote:
This is the pattern I picked up on.. It could be wrong...

2+6+1+6 = 15
1+0+8+5+0 = 14
2+0+3+8 = 13

11-3=8
25-x=9
25-9=x
x=14

I have NO idea if that's right... I'm working on it right now, to see if there's another pattern, but for now, that's what I've come up with.

ETA :: Also, my friend got this one...

3 = 3
1+1 = 2
2+5 = 7

It stands to reason that the number preceeding the "7" would have to be "8", because of the 3-2 combination. To get "8", you'd do 1+7 = 8. That seems logical, in terms of the smaller numbers in the pattern, because 11-3 = 8 and 25-17 = 8. Still, I've no idea if that's right...

Hey nannytonks, I've used your data but I've decided on a different answer. Give me your e-mail or screen name and I'll share it with you.
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glory dance

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Wed 19 Jan, 2005 08:45 am
can anyone solve this?
if the writer has been doing engineering.... is it something to do with LHC experiments?
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evm555

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Wed 19 Jan, 2005 12:02 pm
Re: lenny
tulz wrote:
For all you SAD ppl seeking help outside neopets, i'll let you in on a little secret....

...this one can't be solved by anyone outside neopets because, quite simply, the ANSWER is a word! and to figure out the answer, you have to be on neopets! so give up and try figure it out yourselves for ONCE in your lives!!

Nope... its not a word... i tried all combinations, and its impossible to be a word... also, WHO WERE THE LOOSERS WHO SAID LENNY CONUNDRUM WAS TOO EASY?!? IT WAS BETTER WHEN THEY WERE EASY!
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hjourdenjackson

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Wed 19 Jan, 2005 03:53 pm
that one is over
that conundrum is over.

If you went through the past conundrums, you would have found that the values in the sequence had no mathematical pattern to them...but there was a mathematic sequence to how to find the solution.

2616 was the answer to the 9th conundrum. 9 is 3 squared. if you took all the perfect squares of the digits from 3-9, you found the values to the sequence in those conundrum answers...so 3 was in the 16th (4^2), 11 was the 25th(5^2), etc, etc.

And while this one did involve math, the answer was indeed a word.

That was nifty!
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