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Here's another answer. ! Move the I after the X to the right of the E. This gives you or $1m = 10e2mm$. Put it another way, $1m = 10*10^2mm=1000mm$, which is correct.


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The wrong book is because


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Obviously wrong answer ... but it amuses me and it might amuse OP too. Perhaps the book that's in the wrong place is because


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My answer is Reasoning:


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Possible answer


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Maybe, this one: Because


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I think the lantern represents and the second picture is a which represents and the third picture is All three of these things are used in the


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The Latin word we are looking for is most likely Working backwards, we can find that That suggests that the way we should have got here is by


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Partial answer the Latin word from which the English word for reddish yellow, or tawny has originated from


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You're wearing because you end up at I looked into a big black bag and found some dip. I chewed on it. When I got to the end I spit out towards a light that never seems to move. As I traveled towards this light, I noticed that the light seemed to move towards me as I moved toward it. Eventually, the light appeared to be directly overhead!


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So because of the knowledge tag I don't think this is the correct answer but it popped into my head and for some reason it kinda fits: I looked into a big black bag and found some dip. I chewed on it. When I got to the end I spit out towards a light that never seems to move. As I traveled towards this light, I noticed that the light seemed to move ...


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Hopefully wrong answer This feels like a trick more than a puzzle, if the following is the intended answer: perhaps because But


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Answer Solution


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The words of the sentence aren't ordered alphabetically, because


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All three brothers sold all their sheep under the same price and terms and each ended up fetching the same price for them as each other. All they needed was this sign:


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I have 2 solutions. Both are similar but use different prices. 1: 2:


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Similar to @JonMarkPerry's answer, but working from the other direction:


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Assuming that the brothers are benevolent to each other:


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A second try, in case you didn't like the first one:


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and each returned with equal sums of money. How?


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You just need to


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Probably: Alternative(s):


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They are English words but out of alphabetical order in:


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I notice that So I'll go with


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I think the answer is simply because (But OP has edited the question and this clearly no longer works.)


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I think it is Let the numbers be abcd. The reasoning is: Application:


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I think it is: Deduction: 1321. Three of those numbers are correct in correct position 1333. Now Zero of those numbers are correct in correct position says the Great Big Voice 1322. Now One of those numbers are correct in correct position says the Voice 1210. Now One of those numbers are correct in correct position says the Voice.


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Sorry for my incomplete explanation the previous time. At the first attempt the code was 1321. The voice said "Three" of those numbers which I assume 3 among 0,1,2,3. Next time the code was 1333 and the voice said "Zero" of those numbers are correct in their correct position and from this I concluded 0 shouldn't be on the right code too. Further the code was,...


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All the rooms in this hotel correspond to


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