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    Posted: 29 April 2024 at 21:02
Dear Dyxumers,

Anybody fancy participating in a crazy little project? Kind of making some fun for (or maybe - of) my son and his colleagues/work mates.

The idea is not very troublesome: solve a mathematical puzzle, then send a postcard with the solution to an address in Poland BTW, you can solve the puzzle in any way you want - the crazier approach the better. And the postcard can be anything - if your own make - even better.

To give you some background: my son is a PhD student at the Technical University in Wrocław, Poland. At the same time - he is the editor and the publisher of the "intermittent illustrated magazine" of the Association of Polish Enthusiasts of Nanometrology. One of the features of this magazine is a puzzle, which is always published on the ending page. Answers can be sent by postcards and there even might be a prize. For example, last month I sent the solution and quite unexpectedly I won "Mercedes Benz", which was sent to me by the post office Probably the first time I ever won anything and Mercedes Benz right away! OK, this was the book by Paweł Huelle, but hey - still a Mercedes Benz! But maybe that was just because this was the very first time the editorial office got any answer

Anyway, a new issue of the magazine has just been published and there is a new puzzle to be solved. The magazine ia all in Polish, but no worries - the puzzle is in "Mathematical"

If anybody is interested, then just PM me and I'll provide more details.

Yours truly,
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