Q: How would you put 17 balloons into 7 rows?

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26 shells, 3 rows -> 5 per row with 1 remaining 19 pennies, 5 rows -> 3 per row with 4 remaining 17 balloons, 7 rows -> 2 per row with 3 remaining

If you are thinking of a mgic square, the answer is NO. The nine numbers sum to 45 so if you have three rows with equal sums, that sum can only be 45/3 = 15. You can have two rows, each adding to 17, and using the digits only once, but you will not use all digits.

around the 8 and the 5

17/100 as a percentage is 17%

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26 shells, 3 rows -> 5 per row with 1 remaining 19 pennies, 5 rows -> 3 per row with 4 remaining 17 balloons, 7 rows -> 2 per row with 3 remaining

17 millons

If some row numbers are missing, you will know they are hidden. So for example if you see rows 13, 14, 17, 18, 22, 23 you would know that rows 15, 16, 19, 20 and 21 are missing. There will also be a slightly heavier border between the visible row headings wher rows are missing. In the example above that would be between the 14 and the 17 and between the 18 and the 22.

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If you are thinking of a mgic square, the answer is NO. The nine numbers sum to 45 so if you have three rows with equal sums, that sum can only be 45/3 = 15. You can have two rows, each adding to 17, and using the digits only once, but you will not use all digits.

Rows 1 and 2 are single, double, single (First Class). Rows 11-17 are double, double, double (Business Class). Rows 61-60 are triple, triple, triple (Economy Class).

This would depend on what part of 2012 you are interested in. He was born December 17, 1994. This would put him currently at 17. December 17th he will be 18.

around the 8 and the 5

1 and 17.

17/100 as a percentage is 17%

Exactly at 17/20. Just short of 1 an the X axis.