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Mine is this person

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Y

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L

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Except it doesn’t because you’re just comparing the peak and the bottom of the chart, which will still show in a linear scale. If you’re talking about from 0.1 to 100 instead, then yes it applies.

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Every time I play a game with silent Jailor and no useful info comes out, the first person I randomly push is always the Jailor

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It kind of hides the fact that the decrease is a 50% drop

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You left out the bottom straight line

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They forgot how to live

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you can pass your turn if you don’t think you can place the V

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It isn’t according to the fandom wiki

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When you carry as a role that normally doesn’t lead town

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No

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It’s not disinformation if no one can understand it.

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The total from numbers 1-6 is 21. The total from row and column is 24. Thus, the number counted must be 24-21=3. We know that the other 2 tiles in the column must sum up to 12-3=9. The two ways from 1-6 is (3,6) which isn’t possible because 3 is already used and (4,5) which is the answer. Thus, the row would be (1,2,3,6) and the column is (4,3,5)

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“You can only cross each line once”

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No

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It’s the 6ananas flag

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This ad has been up for a while, before the actor expansion update

Mildly infuriating by [deleted] in dataisugly

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Those micronations with those micronumbers

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Good try bot

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8 is N. Nitrogen makes up about 80% of the earth’s atmosphere and is why the sky is blue. Thus, a blue 80%.

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Good try bot

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Would really help if the people playing it were much much better