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m00li added an answer to a question Hard number sequence: 4, 8, 16, 26, 41, 57, 79, 104, 138, 184, 241, ?
Let S1=(n2)(n3)(n4)(n5)(n6)(n7)(n8)(n9)(n10)(n11)
S2=(n1)(n3)(n4)(n5)(n6)(n7)(n8)(n9)(n10)(n11)
S3=(n1)(n2)(n4)(n5)(n6)(n7)(n8)(n9)(n10)(n11)
so on till
S11=(n1)(n2)(n3)(n4)(n5)(n6)(n7)(n8)(n9)(n10)
where n is any natural number
then the sequence is given by
(4/3628800)S1 (8/362880)S2 +(16/80640)S3 (26/30240)S4 +(41/17280)S5 (57/14400)S6 +(79/17280)S7 (104/30240)S8 +(138/80640)S9 (184/362880)S10 +(241/3628800)S11
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m00li added an answer to a question Basic Binomial Activity

m00li added an answer to a question Ripoff
Nicely done

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m00li added an answer to a question The 4 Monkeys
you posted the answer too!
realized now that ts an old problem

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m00li added an answer to a question ABCDCBA
Yes Bonanova, I did not permit zeros as I thought in that case Rainman would have given a different initial reply (that he can never find out YSan's product)

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m00li added an answer to a question Four numbers equals two dozen

m00li added a question in New Logic/Math Puzzles
RipoffFifty school children lined up at random in five rows and ten columns.
No two of the children have the same birthday.
What is the probability that
the youngest child among the oldest children in each column is
NOT older than
the oldest child among the youngest children in each row ?
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m00li added an answer to a question ABCDCBA
First of all, thanks for the star. Its been decades since I got one
Now,..

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m00li added an answer to a question ABCDCBA
Since, Rainman knows the product, he doesn't even have to think about the other number. This doesn't change the fact that there are indeed two answers to your problem.
Or, am I wrong in stating that there are two possible answers to your question?

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m00li added an answer to a question ABCDCBA

m00li added an answer to a question Fourlegged stool
a 3 legged stool with vertically straight legs of heights 10 meter,1 meter and 1/2 meter will be very unstable. do u mean to say all three legs are equal? if so, then i do not understand the question

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m00li added an answer to a question Pendulum Watch

m00li added an answer to a question Three questions  Lateral quickie
I didn't do it, I just remembered it

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m00li added an answer to a question Who Dunnit?