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Help Emmy solve a sufficient number of puzzles, in order to save this beautiful world from Nexus, King of Pollution. Logic states, if she chooses one, she cannot choose the others. Bob rolled a six on his second turn... what's so hard about this? to all the people that made computer simulations i say this... just because you've made a simulation does NOT make you correct... you've misunderstood the problem and implemented an incorrect solution. [Reply: No, you've misunderstood the problem]. if you REALLY are not convinced... forget a computer simulation... get a freaken pencil and paper and write out all the possible combinations of rolls and then count the number of combinations that end up with bob rolling a 6 on his second turn. --- Yep, Sue rolls first.

Pages: 408

Publisher: For Dummies; 1 edition (July 23, 1998)

ISBN: B003156ACS

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