### The Wednesday Morning Math Challenge: Week 16

This week, we’re going to deal with a seat assignment problem!

Every Wednesday during the 2016 NFL season, Baltimore Ravens guard and MIT PhD student John Urschel presents three new puzzles for the mathematically inclined.

This week, we’re going to deal with a seat assignment problem!

Last week, we had a Christmas themed puzzle.

This week we’re going to have a Christmas puzzle.

Here you’ll find the answers to the puzzles from Week 14.

Here you’ll find the answers to the puzzles from Week 13.

This week we’re going to play around with a fun mathematical structure that you may have seen before: Magic squares.

This week we’re having some fun with probability and a deck of playing cards.

Here you’ll find the answers to the puzzles from Week 12.

This week, we're going to look at one problem -- but it's a hard one.

In week 11, we looked at a scenario that football coaches face all the time: when to go for two.

This week, we’re going to have a little bit of fun with football.

Here you’ll find the answers to the puzzles from Week 10.

In Week 9, looked at three questions concerning the sum of cubes and the square of sums.

This week, I’m going to pose a thought experiment that was proposed to me last week. Someone asked me how many stars are behind the moon.

This week we’re going to try to show a very beautiful relation involving the sum of cubes and the square of sums.

Here you’ll find the answers to the puzzles from Week 8.

This week, we are focusing on a single problem. It happens to be one of my favorite.

Here you’ll find the answers to the puzzles from Week 7.

Welcome to Week 7 of the Wednesday Morning Math Challenge. This week we’re going to have some fun with chess.

Here you’ll find the answers to the puzzles from Week 6.

Welcome to Week 6 of the Wednesday Morning Math Challenge. This week, we have three puzzles involving time.

Here you’ll find the answers to the puzzles from Week 5.

Welcome to Week 5 of the Wednesday Morning Math Challenge. This week we have three puzzles from my favorite puzzle book.

Here you’ll find the answers to last week’s puzzles.