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The answer is The individual answers, starting from top left and moving right, are Then use A-Z = 0-25.


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We need this (modulo any careless mistakes I've made): Explanation:


10

Note 1: Number 3 was solved by hagfy in the comments. Note 2: Where two or more digits are equal in any ordering below, the digits are sorted numerically. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.


8

This appears to be Specifically: Then, So: [Also, a minor inconsistency:]


7

The answer maybe: The reason is:


6

First, let's divide the $5$ cells like this: If you observe the colored cells (the non-black cells) upside-down: The next thing is that, the $5$ cells are actually representing the binary. With black cell denoting $0$ and colored cells denoting $1$. (This refers to hint 2b.) But, it's not a regular binary. It's: So, if we evaluate the numbers: Yep, you ...


6

A lower bound for the number of moves is because This can be done as follows:


5

COMPLETE SOLUTION: Answers provided for all 12 clues, including 4 found by @Randal'Thor... These give us the letters: This letter sequence: Translated, this reveals:


5

Partial answer: The second series fits the function g(x) = (29*x^7 - 694*x^6 + 6560*x^5 - 31150*x^4 + 77711*x^3 - 94876*x^2 + 46740*x + 46080)/720 When you insert the values 0 - 7 for x, then the values of the series are emitted in ascending order, but you write, that the order may be other than given. When inserting the value 8, then the result is 546, ...


5

I would say that the Because,


5

Just a visual cue of Gareth's answer


5

The answer is Because


5

I'll go with because I'm squinting hard enough to see Like so: This also fits the hint of only two options being legal, since


5

We need for the following reason:


4

I think it's Because


4

Solving the number puzzles: See Jens's answer - I didn't manage to get this one. See Jens's answer - I didn't manage to get this one. Turning the numbers into letters: The final step, motivated by the appearance of is to yielding the solution.


4

The rule is: Question 1: Question 2: Question 3:


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Progress? Solver eyl327’s visual approach is reminiscent of a picture from another puzzle, leading to this worksheet and a couple others, not necessarily mistake-free, ... ... where S, R and L are interpreted as ... ... like turtle graphics. Overwriting has obscured some information in the worksheet above but the resulting form is suggestive in ...


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Partial answer for the clues: I wonder if this might be something to do with Partially filled grid:


3

Perhaps the sequence goes like this being I confess that I don't know Further remarks:


3

Partial Answer: I'm not getting far with this. But i think it could be: This is probably nonesense but I think I can see: Below are my "workings". I fear I am also barking up the wrong tree, especially since I cant see any further patterns... So basically my answer was almost a complete guess :)


3

One answer could be As, For,


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I think(partial):


2

The pattern is: The next 7 numbers are:


2

It seems that the pattern goes: Therefore a suitable pattern for the last image would be:


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No one seems to have made any progress, so here's the partial answer for 9:


1

I guess it would be something like this.


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