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Thread: Don't you be no square!

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    Don't you be no square!

    Wanna have fun? Go try this one:

    Problem #19
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    Re: Don't you be no square!

    Quote Originally Posted by DenisB View Post
    Wanna have fun? Go try this one:

    Problem #19
    I like challenges such as this, but it is a counting problem/puzzle. Ian Stewart calls it a "game." I wouldn't call it that.

    I see a "game" as back-and-forth play between two contestants or among three or more contestants for one side to
    achieve a win and the other side to lose, or both sides (or possibly more sides as the case may be) to come to a draw.
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