No, sorry...they both dip out.

The first one was born 1 day too late and the second 1 day too early to meet the 'number of days into the year' constraint.

But them's the breaks!

I drew this up in Excel for a 199-year period, and there is a definite pattern that would be broken if we let these two would-be gatecrashers in!

]]>A MONKEY = Slang for $500 = 5 × 100

I am curious as to what this one was derived from. Coincidentally, 500 IDR (currency in my country) money once also used the picture of a primate, though this one was an orangutan.

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2^^^2 = 4

What the heck are these???

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]]>I was thinking something like this:

If one shape fits perfectly inside the other one, then it is easy. Same also if one of the two dimensions are exactly the same (for example if the square is AxA and the rectangle BxC and A=B or A=C, then we compare the other sides only.

If, however, say, A>B and A<C then I guess we put one rug onto the other so that they have one common vertex (say, the lower left vertex) and then what?]]>

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Here are twelve of them:

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A similar program in BASIC:

```
x=1
y=2
d=1
ppd=0
WHILE d<13
ppd=ppd+x
x=x+y
y=y+1
d=d+1
WEND
PRINT ppd
```

And...welcome to the forum!

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