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I think that the next number will be Because you are watching The numbers are called out by Addendum


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No questions are required!


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@Jay already found the solution to this, but I wanted to expand a little more on why it's the only solution:


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Note though that this only works because this particular maze has no straight moves available (i.e. intersections where you can't turn but only go forward). For example, using the same rules, if you remove the vertical line directly below the 2x1 block...


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I think @SergeiPetunin mostly got the right answer, especially that However, to overcome It’s possible that he instead ordered a Per @HughMeyers, another delicious choice could be


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I think Chuck ordered since Bob is offended by and Andy is offended by


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Here is an answer that I think is slightly easier to understand:


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Unless I'm mistaken, the result is Reading through the wall of text, the rules seemed a bit too complicated for it to be "just some random game", so figuring out the magic seemed interesting. To figure out if the bishop can capture all the lolcats on his first move, we need a "hitbox" for the lolcat; that is, the set of all those squares from which there ...


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I think this could be an answer:


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OK, let's actually take this seriously. As others have said, this is the so-called St Petersburg paradox, and the reason it isn't really much of a paradox is that (1) an extra dollar matters much less when you already have a lot of money and (2) our counterparty may not actually pay up. So let's model that. The simplest somewhat-plausible way to handle #1 ...


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Here is a simple strategy of how they could do it Proof


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Answer Reasoning Furthermore


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Using only combinations of either single or double button presses: Using 1 press Using 2 presses Using 3 presses Using 4 presses Using 5 presses Total For anyone curious as to my internal process of coming up with these values, I made a quick chart of each type of press combo and how many variations there were for each type, with x indicating it has ...


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It can be done in Solution


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To address the one part that hexomino didn't already answer: Why do you think I'm not able to enjoy the performance like everyone else? My answer would be: This is hinted at by the fact that


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It looks like the thirteen colonies For Gold, Aluminium, and what did they find in Pennsylvania?


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I think the French will say The English says "M", the French says "M", the German says "M" German "D", French "V", English "S"


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The #3 looks like a The pieces in #1 and #2 Pawns can't be In #1 the mating move looks like So the white pieces are Substituting the known pieces in #2, Now we just give the black pieces some combination which makes the #2 position a checkmate after that move. The boards with all pieces:


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4-button method


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Here is the solution Reasoning


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Initial bounds So at least one of $A,B,C$ must be Narrowing possibilities So the only option Final answer So the final answer is


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I've been really enjoying these puzzles. This was the best one yet. Reasoning:


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The answer is To form the number take


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I think I have an answer of Approach:


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The property is that


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