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Q: How do u get the numbers 33by one using the numbers 2,0,2,4

user88484How do u get the numbers 33-99 by one using the numbers 2,0,2,4

 
 
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11:29 AM
posted on March 01, 2024 by Prim3numbah

Something is missing below. Find what's missing and then tell me the answer to this puzzle. The answer is 11 letters long.

 
 
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Q: Pleasant Cuboids

Bernardo Recamán SantosA rectangular prism (or cuboid) made up of xyz identical unit cubes (x along its width, y along its length, and z along its height). Some of those cubes are internal, while the rest are external. Such a prism is said to be pleasant if the number of internal and external cubes is the same. How man...

 
2:17 PM
CCCC hints: 1. This is not an &lit - the clue has a definition part and a wordplay part, not necessarily in that order. 2. Charades.
 
 
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Q: Early OLL parity detection and correction

DanEnProvenceI am wondering whether it is possible to detect and correct OLL parity directly I have reduced the 4x4 cube to a 3x3 cube. So there are really two questions 1/ How could I check the parity of a 3x3 cube - check if an edge has been flipped? 2/ What is the simplest algorithm to correct the parity o...

 
 
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Q: Tiling a 5-by-5 bathroom with L-shaped triomino tiles

Will Octagon GibsonThe following puzzle appeared in the Cambridge, UK February 2024 MathsJam Shout: Tiling with Triominoes Imagine tiling a 5-by-5 bathroom with L-shaped triomino tiles. Clearly, not every square can be covered, since 3 doesn't divide exactly into 25. Can you find a way to cover 24 of the 25 square...

 
9:44 PM
I wonder what happened to @Alconja ?
They have not posted a puzzle in 6 years
:(
 

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