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  1. Here's a concrete example. I tried modifying the code so it generates a matrix of steps to get from each starting point to each goal, just like the matrix I posted earlier, and runs from 1 to 30 so I could directly compare the matrices they produce. They differ at some spots, one of which is the path going from 11 to 3. For some reason it took four steps and went 11/11=1, 11+11=22, 22/11=2, 2+1=3. Obviously a shorter path would be 11/11=1, 1+1=2, 1+2=3. Apparently there are two equally short paths from 11 to 2: {11/11=1, 1+1=2} and {11+11=22, 22/11=2}, and the algorithm ended up storing the
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  2. 322834482263235760442897229474861093750 Help: Kurt Gödel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%B6del_numbering
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  3. 010101100001100001010101 010101100001 010101010101010101 010101010101010101 010101010101 010101010101010101 010101100001010101010101 010101100001 100001010101010101010101 010101100001010101 010101100001 100001010101010101 100001100001100001 010101100001010101
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  4. There is a city of wise men. Once, a clairvoyant came, summoned all the men in the square and said: "In this town there is at least one unfaithful wife. Whoever of you finds out that his wife is unfaithful, write her name on the blackboard at the church during the night, so that her shame serves as an example for others. " Sages thoughtfully returned to their homes. Everyone knows about all other women, whether they are faithful or not... but noone knows about his own wife. They are proud of their wisdom, so they won't tell each other. Exactly a week later, there were names of all the un
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  5. 12345,33456,98765,23549,23548,33480,77777 = 8,40,4,2,18,64,8 54876,44444,39715,68543,95112,54321,11233 = ? Tip:use modern technology
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