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Pretty much all the work here is in deobfuscating the wilfully unhelpful writing. It's possible that I've done it wrong, but I think this is where we end up: That product of fractions raised to powers ends up being 3600, so the angle in question is 60 (it doesn't explicitly say degrees but we are clearly meant to assume this). The shape we start with is a ...


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I am assuming that we are looking for an integer solution. With this assumption, here is a top down approach that nobody else has used. The first question that needs to be asked is is that If a solution exists then what will be the last operator that would be used . The last operator cannot be ×3 or ^2 as no integer × 3 = 32 nor (any integer)^2 = 32 . ...


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At 02:54:34 + 394/719 s and 09:05:25 + 325/719 s they'll be as far apart as possible (provided the clock isn't broken).


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For guessing a formula on integers, generally we want to start at combinations of inputs that result in "guessable nice numbers". In this case, I look at: f(100, -100) = 60 = 100 * 3/5 f(100, -50) = 75 = 100 * 3/4 f(100, 0) = 100 = 100 * 3/3 f(100, 50) = 150 = 100 * 3/2 f(100, 100) = 300 = 100 * 3/1 f(200, -100) = 120 = 200 * 3/5 f(200, 50) = 300 =...


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I think you did this for a Matriarch mostly prepared oats for American airline location? (8) AIRLINE + LOCATION = ? 51 7581, 674321 29138 85421'8 141738 (four)


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