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12:03 AM
not the brownie i was expecting hehe
 
Same
 
 
14 hours later…
2:15 PM
@Sphinx After reading this puzzle, I came up with a lovely proof of Pythagoras theorem which was succinct and cut to the chase of why the theorem is true. Sadly, a little Google searching found Terry Tao had posted this back in 2007. It's an idea worth sharing though: terrytao.wordpress.com/2007/09/14/pythagoras-theorem
 
 
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3:48 PM
@oAlt Correct.
 
Nice to know. I'm a bit busy so the next clue will be in an hour or so
 
 
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5:00 PM
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Q: Mensa question number 30 very difficult

Aadi[![ ][1]][1] mensa question number 30 .. In the question I think some diagonal thing can not understand this and last 4 5 questions I can't understand very very difficult can't understand using some [1]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/0mujs.jpg

 
5:24 PM
CCCC: Rotating celestial sphere with a foreign character – celestial sphere with a great singer (5 4)
 
 
2 hours later…
7:14 PM
C4s are awful for leading me down all kinds of internet rabbit holes. But I learn a lot of interesting things!
 
Yeah. So far I've learned that Earth is the only planet known to have a great singer on it.
 
 
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8:24 PM
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Q: A Amazing Configuration

Bernardo Recamán SantosEd Pegg found in December 2019 this amazing configuration consisting of 22 points in 28 lines of 4. On those points place 22 different positive integers such that the sum of any of the four points in a line is always the same. ¿How small can the largest of those numbers be?

 
@msh210 Ooh that's something I hadn't considered. I was thinking of a celestial orb with something that is very good if you have something to singe.
 
8:48 PM
@DanielS I'd imagine most stars fit that bill
 

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