Friday, 3 February 2017

Edouard

This is Edouard's train:

9 comments:

  1. O = g + y + r
    (Jacob)

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  2. o=g+y+r
    o-r=g+y
    o-y=g+r
    o-g=y+r
    Daniel

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    1. Well done for that, Daniel; you used - in three different ways!

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  3. Ella: o = g + y + r

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  4. And well done Ariadna, Ella and... Anonymous!

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  5. o = g + y + r

    Wilbur

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