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Molly Mae

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  1. My point 2 is designed to cover this case (and similar cases). EDIT: That is, it can be as optimal, but it will never be more optimal.
  2. While I've never seen this arrangement of words, I've seen a similar observation on a study of the same word. Btw, I laughed when I reread it.
  3. 2) I wouldn't use "what shapes are left" but instead keeping with "after removing 27 cubelets, how many possibilities are there?" Which is 1. 3) ~950
  4. Clarifying question: Is the rectangle as large as possible meeting those constraints? Or as small as possible meeting those constraints? I feel like the number of circles required depends on that, but maybe it doesn't.
  5. Yowch. Not only is that not true, but my initial premise isn't even correct. In my mind, I couldn't draw one that wasn't. Now, I can only think of counterexamples!
  6. The only problem is that it doesn't guarantee that anybody lives. Too much WiFoM
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