Friday, 6 April 2007

Puzzle # 48

Clue 1: longS

Clue 2: /2

Clue 3: nomad

Who's the Trylateral?

Q takes the brownie. Again.

11 comments:

Anuradha said...

1st attempt:

Clue 1: longS - limitless - boundless

Clue 2: /2 - Ardhanareeshwara

Clue 3: nomad - Hermit

Who's the Trylateral? - Lord Shiva

srividya said...

lonS - long shot - swing

nomad - rover or gypsy or ranger

/2 - half space or hatch backs

connection - SUV/HATCHBACKS ETC

srividya said...

half space = mid sized cars

srividya said...

how did i miss the who

clue 1 : swing - sultans of swing

/2 - money for nothing

nomad - not sure - the roadrunner tour or ragpickers or walk of life

TL - MARK KNOFFLER?

srividya said...

considering the golfing stuff - another bid

longS - swing

/2 - 2 under par?

TL - TIGER WOODS OR VIJAY SINGH?

q said...

TL: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

Clue 1: longS - The elongated 'S' sign used for an Integral - This notation was introduced by Leibniz

Clue 2: /2 - He shares the credit for inventing CALCULUS withe Newton

Clue 3: nomad - changed monad --> Leibniz's contribution to the theory of Monads.

Who's the Trylateral? - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

anantha said...

I'll give it to Q. That /2 deduction was not what i had in mind. Nevertheless it is a fantastic guess. /2 is base 2. Leibnitz is said to have invented the binary system as we know it today.

moulicule said...

Leibniz....integrate, binary and monadology

moulicule said...

too late

srividya said...

astounding --- hardly remember all this stuff from college days!

kasthuri said...

what are u talking about? guys like me didnt even HAVE this stuff in college!