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Fun math puzzle: Place the digits 0 to 9 in the cells below (I will draw them) such that cell 0 contains the number of 0's in the resulting number, cell 1 contains the number of 1's in the resulting number, etc.

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u can get medals for good questions too now? O.o
yes - the new release added this feature

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That wouldn't work.
the 1st digit in ur answer is a 2 - which means there shud be two zeros in the resulting number - which there are not.
and the answer shud be a 10 digit number
6 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
No wait that won't work either :-(
not quite
but nice try
lol. It's trickier than it sounds.
Do I have to use all the digits?
nope
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ?
sorry I should have phrased the question as "Place digits from 0 to 9 ..."
No prebz, because you have a 1 in there and your solution indicates zero 1s.
Prebz you have 9 zeros in the answer - so a 1 in cell one is wrong in this case
6 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
fsm - you are very close
Ah, I misunderstood it. Thought 0 only accounted for the amount of zeros in 1.
Aaarrggghh hahaha :-P
Oh right that was retarded... 6 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
bingo! - well done!
i don't get the q at all.....some1 explain me pls
Hahaha. Got there eventually!
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the 6 in cell 0 says the number has 6 zeros - which it does the 2 in cell 1 says the number has 2 1's - which it does etc
ahhhhaaaa...got it...:)
Shouldn't 7210000100 works aswell?
no - there are 6 zeros, but you have 7 in cell 0
Oh snap, true that.
well done to all that tried...

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