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Breaking Balance (Part C)

For a starting number of otherwise identical coins there are among them TWO IDENTICAL counterfeit coins which are either heavier or lighter than the rest. Using a three-pan balance (described in ...
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You surely don't want to score 100/100

The Story: Today, the Maths quizzes are handed out by the teacher. You got 100/100. Everyone got 100/100. But you're not happy with it. Everyone's not happy with it. You want to ...
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Number sequences: 000, X00… and 6X000X9, 700XX08

Q1: 000,X00,?,XX0 ,X00 Q2: 6X000X9,700XX08,00000015,?,00000015,?,00000015 These two questions actually come from the puzzles made by my friend. He gave me his puzzles recently but I couldn't figure ...