Spoilers for Wednesday July 5 2017

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Spoilers for Wednesday July 5 2017

Post by Mark Kudlowski » Wed Jul 05, 2017 1:35 pm

2nd numbers :

(25 + 2) x ((75 / 3) + 2) - 1

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Re: Spoilers for Wednesday July 5 2017

Post by Ray Wilding » Wed Jul 05, 2017 1:37 pm

(50+8*8-3)*9 for a more fun way to 999

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Re: Spoilers for Wednesday July 5 2017

Post by Johnny Canuck » Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:02 pm

RIPTIDE as a beater in the PUTRID/TRIED round.

4th Numbers Alt.: (100 + 25 - 7 / 7) * (1 + 3)

Was nowhere near the 728 solution in the 2nd numbers (89% difficulty, and Mark's solution above is the only one that exists!), but I did get 727 as a beater via (75 * (2 + 3) + 1) * 2 - 25.
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Re: Spoilers for Wednesday July 5 2017

Post by Johnny Canuck » Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:13 pm

Rob mentioned at the start of the programme that he had done charity work in Uganda; it turns out he also wrote a book about it. Very admirable stuff.
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Re: Spoilers for Wednesday July 5 2017

Post by Mark Deeks » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:08 pm

This Bible verse sprung to mind many times during our Mission trip to Uganda because of the many power cuts we experienced
Can't have power cuts without some kind of mains so he did pretty well by comparison to like 99% of the country. I spent a month there and had no power at all until week three when I bought a solar panel off an Egyptian hat salesman in a straw boater, cargo shorts and a red sarong. 50000 shillings. Worth it for that sentence alone.
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