Polly The Stochastic Parrot

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Method 1: Using Long Division Method Step 1: Divide the dividend (126) by the divisor (7).

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7 )| 126

Step 2: Begin dividing. How many times does “7” go into “12”? It goes in one time.

     _1______
7 )| -12
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Step 3: Multiply our partial answer (“1”) by our divisor (“7”).

        ____18__
  __11_v _15_10
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                                  ---18------

    _____1______

Step#: We now have a remainder of "5". Bring down the next digit from our dividend, which will make it to be "56".
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We know that speed must be back towards ”a” at about twice as fast (as on day-4), so once he reaches ‘b’, he travels continuously for two straight days (else there can only be stop days before or/and after reaching home). ----------------------- ---------------

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Due to such high priorities, stops couldn’t have taken place between.. -------- -----------48—21-------------------------------

As if we are calculating total distance travelled and assume - . .

  • when ”a” is just outside his city? There’s no evidence.

But keeping in mind various scenarios that were tested : Pointing out :

             D.--->----e

If given proof is altered, then still prove them all.