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  1. Ihor Charischak

    I just discovered your work this morning. It was quite a treat. Billiards is an activity I have used for years during my years working with middle school teachers. Originally I wrote a LogoWriter program (yes, Im an old timer) to do this activity. Then I used the Illuminations app Paper Pool. I checked on PP this morning and unfortunately, it wasn’t working so the Scratch microworld will come in handy.
    Thanks again for a very pleasant morning. 🙂

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      Dan

      I’m going to have a TED-Ed riddle out related to this puzzle soon. I don’t have time to post a full solution, but here’s a hint: it has to do with the parity (evenness or oddness) of the dimensions of the billiard ball table.

  2. Ronnie O' Sullivan

    Not true because it depends on the spin of the cue ball applied during the striking of the ball

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