The goal is to minimize, so you'll need to obviously use the primes Then This means

If you're going by Microsoft Minesweeper rules (or any where the number of mines are known), and assuming we aren't limited by the artificial limitation Microsoft provides on board creation, the ...

Here's another answer. ! Move the I after the X to the right of the E. This gives you or $1m = 10e2mm$. Put it another way, $1m = 10*10^2mm=1000mm$, which is correct.

So this puzzle hinges on the fact that This means that This simplifies to Looking only at The number is therefore

Partial answer to the second part, after Fifth_H0r5eman's first part: "Right, so then, I think I'm falling—like, I'm just flying through the air. The ground is far below, and I should be terrified......

The possible solutions depending on the guess that is clued incorrectly: If 9128 is wrong: If 4879 is wrong: If 1704 is wrong: If 9017 is wrong: If 5178 is wrong:

With thanks to @Deusovi for solving the Masyus and doing the hard part. If you overlay the Masyu solutions on the Nurikabe solution, you will find something interesting: You notice that To extract: ...

This alphametic has numerous solutions. The couple I've found so far are All other permutations of $N, U, M, B, E, R$ also work, as addition is commutative. Edit: Assume A1Z26. This is a unique ...

No. The rectangle has an area of $75$ square units. The only other rectangle with integer sides that would have the same area would be $3*25$ (or $1*75$ technically, I guess). The rectangles you have ...