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Sirlw

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PLEASE HELP!: see attached picture

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  1. Sirlw
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  2. Sirlw
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    only number 1

  3. Sirlw
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    is it 25?

  4. zepdrix
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    Hmmm I got 41 :O im not sure if im doing this correctly though, is there a mathematical explanation for this? or you just counting the pathes? :D

  5. Sirlw
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    im counting paths i cant figure a formula or something D:

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    how u get 41 O.o

  7. zepdrix
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    |dw:1348704559722:dw|

  8. Sirlw
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    wait did you get the 3 t's to be 4?

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    5 c's to be +8?

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    each T can connect to 2 H's, yes? :o making +6

  11. Sirlw
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    oh ok

  12. Sirlw
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    so you add how many times a letter can go in the lower letter to get all combinations?

  13. zepdrix
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    I think so :D that's what I tried to do at least.

  14. Sirlw
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    ooh your smart

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    thanks

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