Well, I believe I've found your beautiful BEE! Sorry for being so clumsy! Explanation: First, the X can't be a B because of the following chain of deductions where all the numbers are E: Then the X here can't be a B for almost the same reason: The X here can't be a B because of the ! - it can't be a B because of !41 but neither can it be an E because of ...


This regular word search requires The simplest solution would be Here's an example of such a solution But, that's no fun and seems a bit like cheating. So, let's restrict it by requiring it to only match one of the words we're looking for. Honorable mentions (matching multiple): While a couple words have yet to be found in a unique way, @Sleafar ...


The solution is: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The final, related word is They are all All text quoted from the relevant Wikipedia articles.


The rules of the question state that: On your final grid, a letter (actually several is also mathematically possible) will be more frequent than all the other letters. Your aim is that this letter appears as much as possible. If we interpret this to mean that all letters appearing with the greatest frequency contribute to the score then it is possible to ...


The solution is this path: The clues that give it to us: The complete list of connections is: Here's the spreadsheet where we all figured this out; I've made copies at various times so you can see our progress. Many of the words are also highlighted in the sheet (though I'm sure we've missed some).


The full list of words is: As can be seen here: With the final word being: All words being:


Noticing that I created this: In which we find the following: Which are And at last, all are revealed!


Here's my answer: From this point on, there is no spoiler text, because it makes it easier to format, at least for me. T E N I N E F I O N E V O G X R V I U H H I E F R T W O S Z I started by figuring out the letter density in the overall puzzle. The letters break down as follows: E 10 N 5 I 4 O 4 T 4 R 3 F 2 H 2 S 2 V 2 G 1 U 1 W ...


So it turns out (see comments) that actually there are only 39 names, not 40. Here they are in order: and they are of course all and the final grid is Courtesy of BmyGuest himself, here is the initial grid colour coded: And step by step, courtesy of Jonathan Allen:


The solution reads: Solved crossword image: Words found: Finally:


The answer: Explanation: Here's the initial grid: ABCBB CDEFG HGABI JKGGC LMFMF We can find all the words in this grid, so we know it's correct.


Each characters on the board is: Now it's our duty to: Some first steps are: Then here is the result: To extract the final answer: As commented by hdsdv, this is related to above board: Thus the final answer is:


Partial answer. 1 How to solve: 2. How to solve: For the rest: 3. Another bad drawing to show the pattern: 4. How to solve: Thanks to @IAmInPLS Author of the quotes:


Got the dissection part done. No idea about the native African word, though.


There is a nice general theorem governing this sort of thing (which I'll give at the end), but here's how to do it from first principles. I'll assume, for reasons set out in my comment on the original question, that A and B appear independently with probability 1/2 each in each position. The probability we're after will be different if the frequencies of A ...



The rest are here just because I was instructed to add them so the puzzle would be complete. All credits go to Kruga. I would not be able to find them otherwise. From the remaining letters you can form:


The 'family' here comprises: The members present in the grid are: Like so: And the unused letters spell out:


Final answer: @Stiv found the final answer, go see his answer for an explanation! The thing you are missing in your crossword is Crossword solution: Now clearly there is something a bit odd about this crossword... Clue explanations: Across: Down: Word search All the words follow a pattern Words: Now: See Stivs answer for the final step!


The answer to the question of what your crossword is missing is: A lot of credit for solving the initial crossword and wordsearch needs to go to @BeastlyGerbil (go upvote their answer!) with helpful contributions in comments from @Anthroman, @LannyStrack, @teedyay and @oAlt. The solution details for those are listed in full in BG's answer, with the finished ...


The solution is: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 The final, related word is They are all All text quoted from the relevant Wikipedia articles.


I have found the names, symbols, and atomic numbers for the first 118 elements in the periodic table. $118*3=354$ so I presume these are the "over 300" hidden things mentioned by OP. I used the small grid with the plain text that I could copy. My search preferred to find items in the top left so, although there could be multiple instances of a ...


The category connecting the words is and they are as shown below:


They all are namely


As tradition requires, here's the finished product first. Progress pictures at the end of the answer. Theme 1: Then, we remove the words from the grid, tighten everything up, and repeat for Theme 2: Lather, rinse, repeat. Theme 3: And finally, Theme 4: Everything below this point is only preserved to show solution progress. Well. This seems a bit ...


I think the answer is If you you get this: This would also fit with the title, as


I have found all of the Up to 118. I presume no more are present. Not sure where the "300" comes from, perhaps there's also something else hidden in the puzzle? Note: colours are meaningless in my solution pic.


Based on the hints given, I believe we have to use the unused letters as an anagram, which can make


This is the best I could come up with - Reasoning - Here is the path I took


I think the answer is Completed crossword Completed wordsearch Finally Thanks to Mathgeek for suggesting overlaying the images in the comments. 2 down in the crossword

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