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A puzzle in 140 characters

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Correct way to add 22 to 4 to get 82

So we have the 'sum': $$22+$$ $$4\;=$$ $$82\;\;\;$$
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Correct way to add 22 to 4 to get 82

In French:
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Correct way to add 22 to 4 to get 82

My suggestion:
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How many questions are there on Stack Exchange?

The answer is: this is why:
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After a period of thought, you approach the door triumphantly in order to type in as the keycode. As you do so, you recall the reasoning that led you to this conclusion. Putting together the torn ...
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Correct way to add 22 to 4 to get 82

And thank goodness we don't use those any more.
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Strange women and their strange ways of giving you phone numbers

Her name is Her phone number is Because The translated message is: Which, converted to plain text is: The result above Translating this, we get: These are the Which spells out the following: ...
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This new puzzle type needs a name

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The number of participants The 50 cans of drink The number of policemen
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At first, this solves fairly simply. The pictures are: And the message is: So, what do we do next? The trick to this puzzle is that...
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I'm a noob, plz help me quick!

So, you want me to... I vote to close as "unclear what you're asking". ;) The solution:
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Your business seems to be ... Panda, Brandon and commenters have already figured out ... So let's do that and we see:
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Do you *really* know Stack Exchange?

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What is Lukas Rotter's secret?

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90% of people will fail this puzzle!

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100 pieces 1 opportunity, choose wisely!

What you're missing here is the chance of playing at all, given that the game ends when someone finds the prize. (or, chance of finding a prize goes to 0, which is the same thing) ...
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The Thirteen Doors of Aj Noc'la

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Honeycomb: a hexagonal grid of letters

Starting with the bottom, On the left, On the right, In the middle, And for the top, And now the final puzzle can be solved:
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How many questions are there on Stack Exchange?

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Grandpa's crazy math. Another Grandpa Mystery

2.72 1000 x 10000 Relatively speaking I think Grandpa is a genius
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Who's not welcome here?

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Decipher this message for instructions to decipher this message

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