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1/1000 is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.

Puzzle

US Version

Here are some matchsticks that spell out "100M."

Move one of the matches into the garbage to display a length that is 1/1000 of that size.

UK Version

Here are some matchsticks that spell out "100M".

Move one of the matches to the bin to display a length that is 1/1000 of that size.

Hints




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US Version

100m.

We're talking about length, so "M" stands for "meters."

UK Version

"100M".

We're talking about length, so "M" stands for "metres".

US Version

Is it "00M"? Nope.

The answer is exactly 1/1000 of the original value.

UK Version

Is it "00M"? Nope.

The answer is exactly 1/1000 of the original value.

US Version

No matter how much you play with the number, you can't get 1/1000 of the original value.

Why don't you try changing the unit of measurement?

UK Version

No matter how much you juggle the numbers around, you can't get 1/1000 of the original value.

Why don't you try changing the unit of measurement?

1/1000 of 1 km is 1 m.

US Version

One one-thousandth of 100 m is 0.1 m. In other words, 10 cm.

UK Version

1/1000 of 100 m is 0.1 m, which can also be written as 10 cm.


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad!

US Version

First things first. Try calculating what one-thousandth of the original value would be.

UK Version

First things first: try calculating what 1/1000 of the original value would be.

Correct

Terrific!

US Version

100M (100 meters) becomes 10CM (10 centimeters).

UK Version

"100M" (100 metres) becomes "10CM" (10 centimetres).

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