# What Do You Know About Disentanglement Puzzle?

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If you like solving mechanical problems or just prefer strengthening your mental capacity, disentanglement puzzles are the classification of mechanical puzzles that will do the magic.
These puzzles require a great deal of time as they involve disentangling one or more pieces from another. They are also called tanglement, tavern or topological puzzles.

• 1.

### Which is a type of disentanglement puzzle?

• A.

Ultimate Texas Hold'em

• B.

Wire-and-String Puzzle

• C.

Word Puzzle

• D.

Solitaire

• E.

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B. Wire-and-String Puzzle
Explanation
A wire-and-string puzzle is a type of disentanglement puzzle where the goal is to separate interconnected pieces of wire or string. The puzzle typically consists of a tangled mass of wires or strings that need to be untangled without force or cutting them. This type of puzzle requires problem-solving skills, patience, and spatial reasoning to find the correct sequence of moves to disentangle the pieces.

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• 2.

### Who would you say invented the Tower of Hanoi puzzle?

• A.

Marin Mersenne

• B.

Ă‰douard Lucas

• C.

Martin Gardner

• D.

Henry Dudeney

• E.

Sam Loyd

B. Ă‰douard Lucas
Explanation
Ă‰douard Lucas is credited with inventing the Tower of Hanoi puzzle. He was a French mathematician who first introduced the puzzle in 1883. The Tower of Hanoi is a mathematical game that involves moving a stack of disks from one peg to another, following certain rules. Lucas' contribution to the puzzle and its popularity has made him widely recognized as the inventor of the Tower of Hanoi.

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• 3.

### Which of the following is a variation of the Baguenaudier puzzle?

• A.

Borromean rings

• B.

Escape Room

• C.

Devil's Worth

• D.

Devil's Halo

D. Devil's Halo
Explanation
Devil's Halo is a variation of the Baguenaudier puzzle. The Baguenaudier puzzle is a type of mechanical puzzle that requires the player to manipulate and navigate a series of interconnected rings or loops in order to solve it. Devil's Halo is a specific version or variation of this puzzle, likely with its own unique design or set of challenges.

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• 4.

### What can be used to solve the Tower of Hanoi puzzle?

• A.

Pi codes

• B.

Unhandling

• C.

Gray codes

• D.

BODMAS

C. Gray codes
Explanation
The Tower of Hanoi puzzle can be solved using Gray codes. Gray codes are a binary numeral system where two consecutive values differ by only one bit. In the context of the Tower of Hanoi puzzle, Gray codes are used to determine the sequence of moves required to solve the puzzle efficiently. Each move in the sequence is represented by a different Gray code, ensuring that only one disk is moved at a time and that no disk is moved more than once in a row.

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• 5.

### Which Baguenaudier puzzle makes use of a separate pillar with an embedded ring?

• A.

Giant's Causeway

• B.

T-Bar puzzle

• C.

Borromean rings

• D.

Human knots

A. Giant's Causeway
• 6.

### Which puzzle has the ends of its string fitted with a ball?

• A.

Unclosed fixed string

• B.

Closed fixed string

• C.

Unclosed loose string

• D.

Closed loose string

C. Unclosed loose string
Explanation
An unclosed loose string is the puzzle that has the ends of its string fitted with a ball. This means that the string is not attached or fixed at both ends and has a loose or free end. Additionally, the presence of a ball at the ends suggests that the string can be manipulated or played with, making it an interactive puzzle.

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• 7.

### Which of these is not a variation of the 1966 Boomhower puzzle?

• A.

T-Bar Puzzle

• B.

Wit's End Puzzle

• C.

Hower Puzzle

• D.

Mini Rope Bridge Puzzle

C. Hower Puzzle
Explanation
The Hower Puzzle is not a variation of the 1966 Boomhower puzzle. The other options, T-Bar Puzzle, Wit's End Puzzle, and Mini Rope Bridge Puzzle, are all variations of the 1966 Boomhower puzzle.

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• 8.

### How many pieces make the plate-and-ring puzzle?

• A.

5

• B.

4

• C.

3

• D.

2

C. 3
Explanation
The plate-and-ring puzzle consists of a plate and a ring that can be separated. Therefore, the puzzle has two pieces: the plate and the ring. However, the question asks how many pieces "make" the puzzle, implying that the pieces are combined to form the puzzle. In this case, the plate and the ring would be joined together to create a single puzzle piece. Therefore, the correct answer is 3.

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• 9.

### Which of these is another term that indicates the Baguenaudier puzzle?

• A.

Devil's Loop

• B.

Cardan's Loop

• C.

Cardan's Suspension

• D.

Impossible Figure Eight Puzzle

C. Cardan's Suspension
Explanation
The Baguenaudier puzzle is also known as Cardan's Suspension.

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• 10.

### Which of these puzzles are impossible to solve?

• A.

Figure Eight Puzzle

• B.

Horseshoe String Puzzle

• C.

Unclosed Fixed String

• D.

Closed Fixed String

A. Figure Eight Puzzle
Explanation
The Figure Eight Puzzle is impossible to solve because it involves a continuous loop of string that is twisted in the shape of a figure eight. No matter how you manipulate the string, it cannot be untangled or separated. This puzzle is designed to be unsolvable, making it a popular choice for brain teasers and challenging puzzles.

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