What are the clues?

The first clue is to think about what it means. There are a lot of different coins and coins that have no relation to each other. It’s important to start there.

A coin is a solid substance. A piece of string is a string. You can fold one strip of string and make a piece of paper with no holes. You can make a piece of cardboard with no holes.

This is a simple story if you don’t have enough experience so let’s assume that you know about string and cardboard, and you can start there. If paper and strings can be made with no gaps, then you’ll notice that a coin will not be a perfect perfect circle. Thats because there will often be a gap in the middle.

I’ll also give you an example. The first time you try to make a coin, you will probably think that it will appear to be a perfect circle. You’ll see the smallest number of gaps between the sides. You’ll be sure that it appears to be “one” and you can see the rest of the coin.

But as soon as you realize what you have made for the first time, you’ll notice that it has one gap where two halves of the coin meet. Another gap where it’s almost a perfect circle. In fact, you’ll see some gaps only after you use all ten coins. You’ll notice that the coin looks less and less perfect.

Another example is what would be the same in reverse. You could make a coin with no gaps and no corners.

Some coins have corners and some don’t. A coin will not look perfect no matter how much you stretch or rip it. Thats because the corners will have been cut short and the rest of the coin will be a bit uneven.

As soon as you have made something that appears to be all perfect, it’s a different story. The other factors, which make your coin look “one” will no longer matter. The first clue to noticing the difference is when you try to make a coin by hand. And that’s when you see the difference in “one” but not in “two”. The difference is in the size and the shape of the gaps. The size of a gap is the number of holes inside it. If you were to create something completely perfect, it would be a perfect circle.

The exact size and shape of the gaps, though, is a function of the materials used to make it.

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