# Really difficult puzzles re-posted

Hi Quizzers
I have posted a lot of ‘hard’ puzzles lately and these have proved problematic. In fact, nobody got these right. I thought I’d repost them in one posting to see if you can get your heads around these or maybe for the benefit of puzzle fans who missed them the first time around.

1. In a game of golf a ball costs £3.00, a club costs £34.50 and a driver costs £206.64
How much will a wood cost?

2. How and where can “A” equal one whilst “I” equals two and “R” equals two whilst “V” equals three?

3. If, for a reason other than distance, Adelaide is 2114 miles away and Alexandria is 1359 and if Hobart is 2148 miles away whilst Malta is 1258, how far is Stockholm?

4. If you are in Ipswich but according to your map it is only one mile to Chelsea and sixteen miles to Yarmouth, can you tell me why?

5. You have twenty five numbers. You have to arrange them in a five by five square in such a way that each horizontal, vertical and the two main diagonal rows total exactly twenty.

Here are the numbers;
Two ones.
Five twos
Six threes
One four
Four fives
Five sixes
One seven
One nine

6. If you draw a nine by nine square, thus giving yourself eight one small squares in total; how many rectangles can you count in total?

Good luck
22:07 Tue 27th Dec 2011