## Bubble maths

A whole number between one and seven belongs in each of the seven bubbles. Each number occurs once. The sums of some of the numbers are revealed in the areas where their bubbles overlap. Can you figure out which number goes in each bubble?

## Crosshairs

None of the white squares in this diagram have their edges lined up. One of the squares is a different size from the others. Can you find it?

## Family relations

Carmela receives a text message from an unfamiliar number, so she texts back, “Who is this?”

The strange response: “It’s one of your female relatives. Your mother’s mother is my father’s mother-in-law.” Even assuming that this information is true, it doesn’t help Carmela pinpoint an individual, since there are two relationships it could describe. What are they?

Sister or first cousin.

## Word sudoku

Complete the grid so that each row, each column, and each three-by-three frame contains the 9 letters from the black box at the top. The hidden 9-letter word is in the diagonal from top left to bottom right.