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All those calculations made me hungry. Luckily, my wife is making the world's best spaghetti using a recipe she and her friend stole from some rich guy in a local mansion. It's a funny story how they got the recipe.

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I have an answer but you're not going to like it. Write $a_{nm}$ for the entry in row n, column m. The 1 at top left is (0,0). Then $a_{nm}$ is Here Accordingly, the missing numbers (left to right) are I am dissatisfied with this because It feels as if

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I think this is about Let's examine the numbers in the grid: Therefore, the ? should be replaced with

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I think the answer is Reasoning

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I think the answer is Reasoning

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Okay, it's been about 10 days since I asked this question, and @hexomino is close, but is not correct, so I'm just going to reveal it. And, plugging in, we get (Though I don't know how @hexomino managed to get such a close answer)

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