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I managed to make Like so:

Solved Map: Individual Puzzles: As per @Henkie's post, the second door from EXAMPLE ROOM solved COLLISIONS solved REASSEMBLY solved GET TWO FREE solved MAZES IN MAZES solved HALF THE PICTURE ...

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Here are two proper, irreducible sudoku with the same solution as each other and disjoint sets of clues (24 & 25 clues, respectively). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ·---...

An alternative solution to the other posted, even though I think the existing one is "better"...

Another way moving $2$: Or similarly:

The answer is Because I do hope the explanation and pictures suffice with no real need for a geometrical argument, because I'm not sure I can give a rigorous proof. This solution was found by ...

Solution: 1. I started with the left room. The key for this room is Like so 2. Next note that Like so 3. Next note that Like so: 4. Then So we have 5. Now Like so 6. Almost finally... Like ...

This is a fairly simple one I've heard before in a different guise... They are not surprised because

The answer could have been But is actually Because

Due to the occurrence of $0.4\overline{8}$ rather than $\frac{22}{45}$ I think it could be Because An alternative, quirky one that I kind of like, but definitely not the intended one: Because Or ...

The answer is So flimsy that it breaks even by saying its name

I think the answer is Because

How about For a less lateral-thinking solution _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ | || || || | --> | ||_|| || | |_||_||_||_| --> | ||_|| ||_| Or for a smidgen more (due to @PaulGrffiths' ...

I believe Spencerkatty's solution is maximal... Any net may be constructed by choosing which of the 81 cells to mask. There are $\sum_{k=0}^{81}{81\choose k}=2^{81}$ ways to construct a net. Rather ...

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I'm think the answer is: Since All human kind is subject to this negativity nothing is true in life except these two things concatenate the synonyms into a string to uncover an error (& This ...

The solution is at the bottom, but note: Step 1 Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Step 6: Step 7: Step 8: Step 9: Step 10: Step 11

Lets get this started... \begin{align} y&=\frac1{27}(2x^4-32x^3+156x^2-224x+152)&\text{ in }\color{red}{\text{red}}\\ \frac{dy}{dx}&=\frac1{27}(8x^3-96x^2+312x-224)&\text{ in }\color{...

Here is another possible solution, with a first stage that is necessary:

The next numbers are: Because

There is (ignoring swapping the numbers between parentheses) one more solution. We know: For the second of those options we could do: While for the first we could do: As such all solutions (...

Using Dr Xorile's answer as a base here is an improved solution:

Yet another way moving $2$: