Circle Jump II
This is another variation of the Star Jump Problem.
Enlarge the figure so that each of the eight circles is big enough to hold a penny. Take seven pennies. The problem is to put a penny in each of the seven shaded circles. However, there's a catch. Here's the rules that you have to follow.
Starting with any circle except the white one, count clockwise one circle, and place the first penny there. Then, starting at any empty circle (including the white one), count clockwise two circles and place the second penny there. Then, beginning at one of the remaining empty circles, count clockwise three circles and place the third penny there. Continue in this way for four, then five, then six, and finally seven circles.