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The riddle of the day #6
posted February 10 2013 14:40.16 by Giorgos Lazaridis




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  • At 10 February 2013, 21:38:41 user Stewart wrote:   [reply @ Stewart]
    • Open all the rings in one chain and use those to join the other chains. $70


  • At 10 February 2013, 19:59:25 user cheerio wrote:   [reply @ cheerio]
    • I am not sure if it really is the most cost effective. But i would open all rings on one chain and use them to connect the other rings. that would make 70$












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