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If you can solve this 'simple' 170- year -old Eight Queens Puzzle , scientists will give you $1 million Alphr.
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Can you find two answers to this 'simple' maths question? Only one in 1000 people are smart enough NEWS.com.au.
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A prize of $1 million (£776,478) could be taken home by anyone who can build an app to solve a supposedly 'simple' chess puzzle . Computer scientists at the University of St Andrews are challenging coders to crack the maths behind the solution to grab.
A puzzle going viral on the Internet has everyone confused. The bizarre test, which asks you to find a pattern between four equations, has two answers - and has led to numerous heated debates online. In fact, if the Daily Mail is to be believed, only.
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If you work out both answers , you're among the elite - apparently only 1 in 1000 people can do it. The puzzle , made by gotumble.com and posted on Wikr, asks anyone up for the challenge to work out two different correct answers to several maths questions.
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