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Alphabet Pyramids

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.


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Submitted By:Gizzer


Did you know that the mango is one of the world's most popular fruits? The mango is grown in North, South and Central America, the Caribbean, south and central Africa, as well as its native southern and south-east Asia.

The mango is also packed with vitamins A, B and C.

While eating a mango the other day, I started thinking about the ABC's. Then I remembered the set of 5-sided alphabet pyramids I had as a child.

Here are some 5-letter words that can be spelled with just 5 of my pyramids:


Using these words, can you figure out which letters appear on each pyramid?

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Posted by ThinksForFun on Oct 30, 2012

I really enjoyed this puzzle! Just one question, where's the "Z"?

Posted by DarthXenon on Feb 26, 2013

ThinksForFun, the alphabet has 26 letters. There are 5 pyramids with 5 letters each, meaning that 25 letters were used. That means one letter is left out, which is "z."

Posted by Obilio on Mar 17, 2013

That was fun!! I didn't rate the highest difficulty because I didn't want to scare others off from trying it. Thanks so much for making it

Posted by Obilio on Mar 17, 2013

BTW, Happy Birthday!

Posted by Mad-Ade on Dec 20, 2014

this teaser reminds me of these two teaser #15201 and #19621 that I submitted over 10 years ago. I like the idea of the pyramids instead of cubes though

Posted by trewq on Dec 23, 2014

YE! So proud of myself for getting this (though it took me a looong time lol). I finally started with the word 'mango' and it got easier from there--don't know why I didn't try that first! This was fun, and challenging (and gratifying to finally figure it out).

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