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Is it perhaps Reasoning


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what goes in the blank is Because So


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Larry Literal believed that his wife


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Building off Prim3numbah's response, I reason that the answer is again Where Prim3numbah messed up in their reasoning: I suspect this puzzle was posted today because:


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Because And


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They are Thanks to @LukasRotter for reminding me it was odd to even @Amoz and @Stiv suggested some rather clever ways for a solution to n=1 Also, the solution to the "old joke" mentioned is


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I think the physical "height" of this point would be Reasoning


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It's probably meant to be All of the conditions match, with "between ! and #" meaning


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As an alternative to @SteveV's strategy, there is another way to approach this puzzle, by considering: Using this method, it is possible to use even smaller odd numbers than in that answer, right across the board: Note that it is impossible to use this same technique to find a solution requiring the removal of just one letter...


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The answer is that William had clues To start with, here's what we can initially determine about the numbers for each clue: Nickel-niobium-beryllium SQRT(2) π e Klaus Teuber game played around LA SQRT(559) Alpha (Feigenbaum's specifically; no need to make this puzzle harder than it already is) SQRT(449) 886.., er, I can’t remember the last 2 digits ...


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I would say that the answer is: because:


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