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Here I have another problem, saying "we have]]>Jun 16, 2009 10:34:16 PMJun 16, 2009 10:34:16 PMbarco0Re: coins problem
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On Mon, 1 Feb 1999, Helena Verrill wrote: > By the way, you said that an information count would make you >]]>Feb 1, 1999 8:41:31 AMFeb 1, 1999 8:41:31 AMconway@math.Princeton.EDU1Re: coins problem
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> > Here's the solution to the n-weighing version of this problem]]>Feb 1, 1999 5:09:42 AMFeb 1, 1999 5:09:42 AMHelena.Verrill@home.ivm.de2Re: coins problem
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Here's the solution to the n-weighing version of this problem that I said I'd recently read. It was found by Dyson and Lyness in]]>Jan 28, 1999 7:19:30 PMJan 28, 1999 7:19:30 PMconway@math.Princeton.EDU3Re: Solution!!
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I was intending to give the most-memorable solution I know to the 12 coins problem. It was published in a poem in "Eureka", the]]>Jan 27, 1999 9:46:01 PMJan 27, 1999 9:46:01 PMconway@math.Princeton.EDU0Solution!!
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I read your problem and have solved it straight away! The key to the problem is being able to reduce the original number]]>Jan 27, 1999 7:15:10 PMJan 27, 1999 7:15:10 PMkilroymouse@hotmail.com1Re: coins problem
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12 coins problem - Frans Faase Jan 27, 1999 4:46:05 PMJan 27, 1999 4:46:05 PMsarah@forum.swarthmore.edu0coins problem
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if you have 12 coins, one of which is either heavier or lighter than the others, the]]>Jan 27, 1999 3:02:20 PMJan 27, 1999 3:02:20 PMHelena.Verrill@home.ivm.de7