## Le Monde puzzle [website]

**A**t last, the mathematical puzzles proposed by Buser and Cohen in the weekend edition of ** Le Monde** are available on a dedicated webpage. (The website is in French only and is associated with the math magazine

*Tangentes*.) There is of course a one week delay between the publication of the puzzle in the journal and its publication (along with the solution) on the website. A good initiative…

**Update (01/01/2016):** This initiative did not last long and the puzzles have not been updated for 18 months…

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October 16, 2015 at 12:10 am

Hi,

It seems the link is broken.

Could you fix it?

Thank You.

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