Will you be able to solve this puzzle?
You must place each piece of the puzzle in one of the rows so that the numbers in the row add up to 38. There are 15 rows, going in different directions, containing either 3, 4 or 5 pieces. You can use any number, from 1 to 19, but the aim is for each row to add up to 38.
Why is it called Aristotle’s number puzzle? A pupil of Plato, Aristotle was a great philosopher whose writings spanned many subjects, particularly logic and science.