This is part 2 of the Infinite Hotel Paradox, check out part 1 as well →

You know what, I find math delightful. To me the best days are the days spent pondering a good problem (especially now that I don’t have a professor breathing down my neck 🙊 ).

The following seems like a difficult problem, one you might find in an extra credit section of college statistics exam, but don’t be fooled…

Wilfred heard that there is only one whole number between 2 and 200,000,000,000,000 which is a perfect square, a perfect cube, and a fifth power, and has decided to look for it.

So far he has checked out every whole number up to 100,000 and is beginning to…

This was our challenge:

Use the numbers 7, 7, 7, 7 and 1 to create an expression that equals 100.

For this exercises you may use the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operators along with…

Since the last number puzzle was enjoyed so much, I thought I’d pose another to give you a second opportunity to conquer one. This puzzle is similar in concept to the last one (except parentheses are allowed this time), so give it a shot!

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