Lenny Conundrum

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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Lenny Conundrum - Round #428

While hunting for artefacts in the Lost Desert, a group of Desert Scarabs came upon the following on a tomb wall. They pondered for a bit, and then realised the last, missing line was the key to everything! All they needed to do was solve the puzzle and treasures beyond their wildest dreams would be theirs for the taking.




What is the 10th line? Enter your answer below, with no spaces or punctuation!

55 comments :

  1. Does the numbers make a picture of a key?

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  2. I know the answer :D

    && no it does not make a picture of a key

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  3. Share the answer, that's the point of this site... lul

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  4. nah I'll let you guys do the work lol

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  5. I honestly don't get it am I missing something in the writing

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  6. btw it is a blog lol

    ~I am the one who posted first

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  7. the point isnt to give the answer away it is just a site to help! this isnt Cheats r us lol

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  8. The writing has nothing to do with it.

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  9. so ...... whats the answer ? help me]!!

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  10. At first i thought the numbers add up in every row increasing by one every time ex: first row =1 second=2 and so forth but Thats not it

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  11. C'mon, just a hint?

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  12. The first 3 numbers of row number 10 are 132.

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  13. Is each row determined by the row above it or multiple rows above it?

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  14. Well, the first row has one one, then the second row has two one's. Then one two and one one… Hmm…

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  15. one
    ^
    one one
    ^
    two one's
    ^
    one two, one one
    ^
    one one, one two, two one's

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  16. I don't think anyone's really solved it rofl

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  17. wow i am stupid because i still don't get it

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  18. i found it too, after that tip:

    Well, the first row has one one, then the second row has two one's. Then one two and one one… Hmm…

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  19. i think i did to but i don't get how to do the rest lol

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  20. Maybe there is hope that I am getting the avvie and trophy. :D

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  21. LOL figured it out. Wow I'm an idiot. That's clever.

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  22. wait is it
    132113111211111113112211

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  23. Nope that is not right.....too many 1's

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  24. This is pretty easy and just a word game. In order to find the answer say each line out loud. If you still don't get it, you never will.

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  25. how does saying it out loud help?

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  26. It's not a word game. You really need to find the next line of numbers.

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  27. I found a website that has the same diagram but not the answer

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  28. It's easy, you first take the first row "1"
    Then the second row "1 1"
    You take the second row = 2 then the first row = 1
    So therefore, the third row is "2 1" Now you have to do the rest with the other rows.

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  29. I get it, i think i just confused myself lol saying it outloud will help you for sure

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  30. This type of puzzle is called a Morris Puzzle or Morris Number Sequence.....google it.

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  31. first: 1
    second: one 1
    third: two 1's
    fourth: one 2, one 1
    fifth: one 1, one 2, two 1's
    and so on...

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  32. Is it 13211311123113112211?

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  33. That may be the answer....

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  34. thanks for the Morris puzzle clue, I believe the answer is 13211311123113112211

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  35. omg they were not kidding it does help to say it :O

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  36. Has anyone figured out the mystery pic yet? No one has been commenting on that one.

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  37. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Look-and-say_sequence

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  38. Yeah I also think it's
    13211311123113112211

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  39. I got
    13211311123113112211
    as well. That was pretty clever.

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  40. 13211311123113112211

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  41. I get it. I learned that in geometry in 10th grade. Pretty easy stuff.

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  42. each line is a description of the one before it

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  43. i dont get it at all.

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  44. 1
    one 1
    two 1's

    Get it?

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  45. That was really easy. I was kinda mad it didn't come until Thursday though. I want that plushie lol. I collect them. I know I got it right, but I jsut now saw it soooo... not top 250. :(

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  46. the answer is: 13211311123113112211

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  47. 13211311123113112211 confirmed

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  48. i really do not understand this at all, i've read it out loud & i still don't get it?

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  49. oh i get it.
    say it out loud, that might help. slowly. pause after every two numbers

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  50. Thanks for the Morris Number Sequence clue. GOT IT!

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  51. I have been reading it out loud for half an hour! What do I do?

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  52. ah 1 and ah 2 and ah 3...

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