The Coin Hexagon - Numberphile

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  • Published on May 3, 2018

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    See also the pentominoes video released along with this one:

  • Hold on that was too easy

  • solved it but i worked it out backwards first

  • It also works with blueberries

  • That Nepali coin in animation is beautiful

  • For me, the coolest part is that by doing this puzzle you build a "perfect" hexagon with the coins!

  • The ten pence coin is quite beautiful. We in Finland also had beautiful coins before changing to euros :(

  • It's a lot easier to solve, if you "reverse-engineer" from the hexagon shape.

  • Starting from the end helps finding a solution.

  • Damn everyone is saying this was easy but i couldn't figure it out after 10 minutes.

  • i did it and then

  • It's actually an impulse test. This puzzle is actually easy and they wanna see how many post how easy it is.

  • Huh, got it in like 15 sec or less. Immediately thought that first 'trap' way he mentioned, and from there the solution was obvious to me. And I'm no genius or anything. Just another illustrative example of how we all see things in different ways, and different things will be obvious to some while being quite elusive to others

  • British coins don't look very interesting. Imo, they don't seem very

  • How exciting and interesting!

  • You say there is only one rule - the coin you move must be touching two other coins when you're done moving it. If that were the case, I could move three coins at once and have a hexagon in 1 move without breaking that rule. However, there are

  • Thanks for the spoiler warning

  • what are the coins in

  • This puzzle isn't that difficult but he's totally right about that forgetting thing. When I looked at the screen I solved it in about a minute in my head. After getting some coins to make sure I was right, I already forgot the solution and had to solve it again :D

  • Nepalese coins in thumbnail