Can you play a similar trick if you take four-digit numbers? This simple example explains both the notion of mystery (why is this happening) and surprise (at least the first time you see this problem). The answer to this question is not difficult, but if you discover it, you will feel a pleasant rush of accomplishment, and you will identify a sort of elegance in the answer. Elegance intended as the opposite of clumsiness and ostentation. An elegant dress is not baggy or flashy; its prototype is the famous little black dress that every woman has in her wardrobe. That's what a mathematical proof needs to showcase: restraint, simplicity, power. As you will see with the example above (you can write to me at email@example.com if you want to discuss the answer), the explanation for what happens displays exactly these three traits: it is simple, not using more than what is necessary, and it is powerful, because the explanation will actually bring about a deeper understanding of all numbers, not just this simple game.
When are we going to learn more about this secretive group? You're going to find out about it in the next episode ... Sam has downloaded all this information off like a TIA-encrypted information, whatchamacallit -- something technical that someone smart would know the name of. Anyway, Sam would know. That's the information he needed to find the identification of these people and how they meet and when they meet. And he can get them and he can get revenge -- that's going to happen in the next episode. Of all Sam's bad behavior, what is -- in your opinion -- the worst thing Sam has done?
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