We like to close out the week strong and send you off into the weekend with a little fun and games that keep your brain working.
Each Friday, we’ll post a riddle. Think about it over the weekend and post your answer below. No cheating - we believe in you and the power of your brain!
We’ll announce who gets the most riddles right at the end of the month and that person will get a little boost in their leaderboard score. And those at the top of the leaderboard will get some exciting new incentives…
This week’s riddle:
Can you make 100 by interspersing any number of pluses and minuses within the string of digits 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1? You can’t change the order of the digits! What’s the least number of pluses and minuses needed to make 100?