Aranlyde
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Cathy’s Composite party is powered by three Prime Pals. Can you find them?
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The goal is to minimize, so you'll need to obviously use the primes Then This means

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The most mines that can be swept!
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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 ...

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Roman Numerals Equation 2
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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.

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Five Powers of Fives Produce Unique Pandigital Number...Solve for X..Tell me Y
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So this puzzle hinges on the fact that This means that This simplifies to Looking only at The number is therefore

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A Trivial Diagnosis
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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......

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Mastermind with an error
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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:

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I know I should solve this Masyu... But... How should I make this puzzle more colorful?
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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: ...

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Unravel this simple cryptic Unique NUMBER relationship
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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 ...

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Two rectangles for the price of one
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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 ...

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Make 38, 44, 46 using 2,3,8,7?
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38: 44: 46 (edit):

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Is this easy like 2+2?
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You are looking for COMPUTERS. They can do arithmetic and other logical operations. You are using a computer (cell phones count if you're on mobile). You can program them. The word is 9 letters ...

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