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Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.


Puzzle ID:#33066
Fun:*** (2.77)
Difficulty:*** (2.31)
Submitted By:medster99*




There is a very special five digit number. The special thing about it is that its first digit describes how many 0s there are in the whole number, the second digit describes how many 1s there are in the whole number, and so one, all the way to the fifth digit describing how many 4s there are in the big number.

For example, if the second digit is 3, then there are three '1s' in the big number.

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Sep 18, 2006

You're sooo great!!!
Sep 19, 2006

wouldn't 30010 also work?
Sep 19, 2006

^^ No, it wouldn't because the second number says how many 1's are in it, and you said zero. But then you have a one later in the number.

That had me stumped, but it was really fun. Frustrating, but fun.
Sep 19, 2006

Amusingly enough, when I first did it, I was dead positive it was 30010
Sep 20, 2006

I got it pretty quickly by trial and error. May have just been lucky with my first guess. I figured there would be lots of zeros.
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Sep 27, 2006

I think 40000 also dies the trick n'est pas?
Sep 27, 2006

Non, parce qu'alors il y aurait un quatre
Oct 04, 2006


40000 also satisfies the part very satisfactorily does it not!?!?
Oct 04, 2006

No. Like i said before, in french. If you have 40000, then there is one 4, making it 40001.
Making it 30010.
Making it 31010.
Making it 21100.
Making it 21200.
Oct 05, 2006

oh yah!!!! kewl man!

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