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We have the following COCA +COLA ----- SODA Next, notice something similar in the Since we have a 4 digit number as the result, we know that But: Thus, Also, we know Thus, the solution is;


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Since we know that Therefore $A$ Hundreds value must carry since $O \neq 0$ Therefore Therefore $O$ We now get And since $S<9$ Then there are many possibilities... any relations I missed out?


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The first is a pirates favorite letter. The second is from a famous quote of Shakespeare. The third is squaring it off in a famous formula. The fourth is the first in a very well known song. The fifth placed in a line from top to bottom makes the train go in the right direction. The sixth in my language sounds like the fourth. The seventh is what you ...


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I've found a solution, which is unique given the constraints. Proof


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Let a be Mark and b be Mindy. Then So


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I'm going to assume that if the fourth card is drawn, and a multiple of 3 is never reached, the game is considered drawn and this is not a win condition for Jack. Let's start with the easy part: Now going through other possibilities: If Jack draws 1: If Jack draws 2: If Jack draws 4: Ultimately, this gives him odds of: EDIT: Adjusting for the fact ...


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A completely sideways answer - but possibly only one try... Here you need to cheat a little, and cause yourself some sort of injury to get some blood - smear some of that blood on one card, and then another - keep doing this until you find two that have different shades. The red "filter" cannot restore invisible (to you) colour, but it can hide some of the ...


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ma is the age of Mark my ist the age of Mindy


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