Can you solve "Einstein’s Riddle"? - Dan Van der Vieren

Who can resist trying to solve a brain teaser that Albert Einstein supposedly wrote? This problem seems pretty complicated at first, but it could be a great way to give students an opportunity to sift through the information given and start making sense of it. The video explicitly talks about some effective problem solving strategies like trial and error that can help students develop their logical intuition. And, while this is a silly problem about a stolen fish, multiple variable equations require a similar type of logic.

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