Everybody makes mistakes. Some people are just really bad at fixing them.

**Logic!**

**The ultimate Eg-No-Ra-Moose**

WARNING: HARD

(I did it by hardcore guess and check. Don’t have a real proof, but my heuristics are 100% sure, and it’s not conditional probability, so I’m probably right. Also, side-note, I actually made this problem. So you know there’s some personal bias involved. Well, I can’t *just* copy cool problems and put them here! Gotta have some original ones, too.)

https://d18l82el6cdm1i.cloudfront.net/uploads/h16BoiAzu1-3_mid_game.jpg

Joe is playing a game involving the above board. He places 14 pegs on the board, leaving a single space empty. He then jumps a peg with an adjacent peg. The peg that has been jumped is removed.

For example, if Joe jumped the bottom-left yellow peg with the bottom-left red peg, then he would need to remove the yellow peg and move the red one to the space above the blue, on the third row.

The game ends when no more moves are possible.

What is the maximum amount of pegs that can be left when the game is over?

Note: I am not asking what the maximum amount of pegs you can have without any possible moves is – you must be able to get to the position by playing the game.

*The last one (answer at the bottom of my profile)*

**Gluing Pyramids**

A square pyramid with side lengths equal to 1 and a triangular pyramid (tetrahedron) also with side lengths of 1 are glued together by matching a triangular face of each. How many faces does the new shape have?

Future/Current Forum Game(s)

Hosting:

(untitled) – Rougelike RP involving a stat based system

Feint[Psy Strat]

Playing:

A “Small” Adventure

SPITFLY season 3

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**Random Stuff for your Amusement**

Graphing like a pro

**My 50 favorite games**

**Quotes:**

I AM FOOD. DESTROYER OF HUNGER.

“Sir, we’ve been surrounded!”

“Excellent, we can attack in any direction!”

“…an immense repertoire of polysyllabic vocabulary”

That moment when you fail so much you reflexively push “r” and then suddenly you don’t fail and you’re like yussssshit.

Achieving results doesn’t make you a superhero.

**Randomfact(z):**

My first comment has well over 3000 likes.

Started making this profile page actually say stuff in 2014 – 3 years after I became a member. Also the time I started talking on forums and really getting into kong and realizing that, wow, there’s like a actual community and stuff, not just 60,000 people playing games. individually at any given time.

This profile page is like 2 links away from crashing completely and breaking all formatting. :/

**Goals:**

More fans

1 real friend :C

**Achievements:**

18000 points. Like halfway to level 65 :P

Has a crown on Mozzarella, the coolest kongpanion

1k forum posts: Oct 12, 2014 6:55pm (1277Days)

2k forum posts: Jan 4, 2015 6:51pm ( + 2016 Hours)

5k forum posts: Jun 9, 2015 7:00pm ( + 3744 Hours)

**Forum Games I have hosted**

The Fading Horizon

RESTART

Collapse

Disrupted Rhythm

Limitation II

Don’t Break the Limits

Conquest Complex

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Normally, this problem would be solved by counting the number of sides on each shape (4+5=9) and subtracting 2 because of the 2 combined faces to get 7, but in this case there is a little surprise waiting at the end.

(It was originally posted as a problem in a math competition with the correct answer being 7, so don’t feel bad if you got that.)

http://imgur.com/xe5QWl0

As you can see by adding an extra square pyramid, the red tetrahedron fits snugly onto the square pyramid, combining the two sides into 1. This happens on both sides, so your final answer is only 7-2=5.