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PLAYFUL MATH BLOG CARNIVAL #163
BLOG CARNIVAL #163....LET'S GO! Fun fact: The number 163 is prime, which we can prove simply by showing that it is not divisible by 2, 3...
The scales below are balanced. Each scale is a different puzzle. For each scale, start by taking off as many blocks as you can from each si...
To a topologist, two shapes are "the same" if one can be stretched, twisted, and distorted into the other shape without b...
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