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There is a box in which distinct numbered balls have been kept. You have to pick two balls randomly from the lot.
If someone is offering you a 2 to 1 odds that the numbers will be relatively prime, for example
If the balls you picked had the numbers 6 and 13, you lose $1.
If the balls you picked had the numbers 5 and 25, you win $2.Will you accept that bet?
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The Puzzle: Here is a famous prize problem that Sam Loyd issued in 1882, offering $1000 as a prize for the best answer.
How to arrange the seven figures and the eight ‘dots’ .4.5.6.7.8.9.0. which would add up to 82
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2+3=8,
3+7=27,
4+5=32,
5+8=60,
6+7=72,
7+8=??Solve it?
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5+3+2 = 151022
9+2+4 = 183652
8+6+3 = 482466
5+4+5 = 202541
THEN ;
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