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Can you name 2 places you may see a quincunx?

-- Camas June (, May 06, 2002


In a math class, or an astronomers lab

-- Melinda (, May 06, 2002.

Hey Melinda! I"M the one asking the questions!!! hehehehe : )

Wouldn't a quincunx be the same either in math or astronomy? Or is math and astronomy your answers? Now you have me ALL confused! What does it look like?

-- Camas June (, May 06, 2002.

I cheated & looked it up, so I won't answer, BUT I found this on a web site - you can order one if you like! :)

"If you travel with your Quincunx and would like to check it with your luggage but don't know how to protect it ... then the HC-5 hard cover carrying case is what you need."

-- heather (, May 06, 2002.

Oh Heather! You both have me so confused now!

You two have me jumping up and down shouting "Whatisit!?!?!?"

The answers I am looking for are kinda lowball compared to this science technology stuff!

-- Camas June (, May 06, 2002.

Oh June, let me put you out of your misery. It is like the plinko game you see on The Price is Right. Astrologers, (I typed it wrong earlier) and mathematicians use it.

-- Melinda (, May 06, 2002.

O.K stop jumping and shouting. LOL. Astrologers and Mathematitians use it. It is like the plinko game you see on the price is right.

-- Melinda (, May 06, 2002.

I have tried to refresh this three times and the message doesn't appear on my screen weird. I'll try it again. It's is like the plinko game you see on The Price Is Right. Astrologers and Mathematitians use them.

-- Melinda (, May 06, 2002.

I don't have tv, but I have been to a casino.

-- Camas June (, May 06, 2002.

Are you getting my answer? I keep typing it it says it is successful but it never shows up.

-- Melinda (, May 06, 2002.

Sorry about the multiple postings. My computer was doing wierd things, it kept booting me out of the system.

-- Melinda (, May 06, 2002.

Okay its late. Melinda, I guess your answers are probably right, Heather yours probably is, too. Perhaps you can both explain what they are.

The answers I was looking for were the pattern of five as seen on dice and playing cards.

-- Camas June (, May 07, 2002.

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