Welcome to the intermediate levels: Things will be harder than the beginner levels, but you should be able to handle them.
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We’ll start the intermediate levels.
As promised: I’ll give you a very difficult question. I’ll give you the mathboxes back if you solve it.
Alright, let’s do it!
But before I give you the question, let me introduce you to my business partner.
What? Your business partner?
I’ll call him now.
Come here, Minion!
Hello, I’m Minion. How may I help you today, Mr. Devil?
Thanks for coming. Everyone, this is my business partner, Minion.
Well, Minion is a special dog. He’s got some awesome tricks.
Minion, show these guys one of your tricks.
Sure thing, sir!
Take a look at this lunchbox.
It looks like a regular lunchbox…
By using my trick, I can convert this lunchbox into a mathbox.
Try pressing the Convert to Mathbox button below.
Wow! It became a mathbox containing a .
Yes, and importantly: The conversion follows a specific rule.
Try guessing what this rule is!
Hmm… I wonder what the rule is. Let’s take a look at more examples.
Here are 3 more examples. Try pressing Convert to Mathbox on each lunchbox.
Each one is following the same rule. Can you figure out what this rule is?
Hmm… I might have figured out the pattern.
Alright. Let’s do a Yes / No quiz to check your understanding.
Take a look at this lunchbox:
If I convert this into a mathbox, will it be like the following?
It’s okay if you have no idea.