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I tried and I tried until what felt like the last legal move came to me finally was the right move. (I could not find the right move because I was looking for check)
I solve it.
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Miam! I'll take a dozen, please!....
As a newer player, I find no matter what this ending in a stalemate.
I'm also a newer player, but here there are multiple ways to lose. The idea is to avoid what appears to be a losing position. Congratulations on finding the drawn even position. (unlikely to be stalemated) / I managed (w/ no input errors) the draw as well!
Nothing about this puzzle is abstract in any way.
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Let a + b = cNote that 5a - 4a = aNote that 5a - (2 + 2)a = a
Then 5a - (2 + 2)a + 5b - (2 + 2)b = 5c - (2 + 2)cRearranging,
5a + 5b - 5c = (2 + 2)a + (2 + 2)b - (2 + 2)c
5(a + b - c) = (2 + 2)(a + b - c)Cancelling the common factor (a + b - c), and removing the brackets as they are now redundant,
5 = 2 + 2
Hope this helps.
The fallacy is that if a+b=c, then a+b-c=0, so when you write
5(a + b - c) = (2 + 2)(a + b - c)"
what you are really saying is that 5 x 0 = (2+2) x 0, which is true, but you can't cancel the 0s to leave 5 = 2+2 because 5x0/0 does not equal 5 and (2+2)x0/0 does not equal (2+2).
This took about the same amount of time for me to solve as the chess puzzle.
Correct, 10/10, your turn to clean the whiteboard.
I had to google abstract too, came up with this - 'abstract as a verb' - 2.extract or remove (something):
instead of trying to bring new math rules that don't exist, just come to my forum and learn
That is an abstract way to equalise.
ur rating is 719. that is way abstract
Here's another proof that 2+2=5:
US$2. + US $2. = CAN $5.!
And it's true
It is worth noting that after Qxe6+, the king MUST take the queen or else the queen takes the rook!
Cancelling the common factor (a + b - c), and removing the brackets as they are now redundant
Less sneaky is 5x=4x
cancel the x and you get 5=4
Good misdirection, I approve.
not related to today's position... still no English translation of Andre Cheron; how is this possible?