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- Howard-Wolowitz

I did the first one but im not sure about the second one

- Michele_Laino

the first answer is right

- Michele_Laino

second part
number 1 is present three times, so we can draw three dots above the number 1:
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- Michele_Laino

we have four number 2, so we get this:
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and so on for other numbers

- Howard-Wolowitz

so three , five and six

- Howard-Wolowitz

yes because 3 , 5 and 6 are the only ones right?

- phi

How many 1's, 2's, 3's, etc are there?
part 2 is asking which of these "categories" has the same number of dots.
for example I see 3 1's and 3 4's so 1 and 4 have the same number.
but there are probably more

- Howard-Wolowitz

There are :
three, ones
four , twos
two, threes
three, fours
two, fives
two, sixes

- Howard-Wolowitz

I dont know what to put, as the answer

- Howard-Wolowitz

there isnt one? @ kocky said

- phi

I think
1 and 4 (have 3 dots)
3,5, and 6 (have 2 dots)

- Howard-Wolowitz

yes, so I would just say that

- Howard-Wolowitz

I'd say that 1, and 4 ...... and 3,5 and 6 ... each group has the ssame

- phi

yes, that is my best guess on what they want.

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