# Binerdle

Guess 2 Nerdle" in Binerdle after 7 tries. After each guess, the color of each box will change to show how close your guess is to the correct answer. Like Quordle, Bi-Nerdle requires players to solve multiple puzzles at once.

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In Binerdle, the player must correctly guess each step of the equation. This means that in order to get the right answer, the player has to figure out what the problem is and how to fix it. They can do this by entering numbers and math symbols and then pressing the Enter key. The game tells you which answers are right and which ones are wrong.

Rule
Each guess is a kind of math.
You can use = or 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 + (-) * /.
It should have an "s" in it.
There is only one number to the right of the "="; you cannot add or subtract.
Remember what you learned about "sequences" in math class? Don't forget to multiply and divide to get the answer first. For example, 1+2*3 = 7, because it equals 1+6.
If you don't turn off "commutative answers" in the settings, we'll accept 20+ 10 = 30 if one of the answers we're looking for is 10+ 20 = 30.
For example, if you think the answer will be two 1s but actually only have one, you will get one colored square and one black square.
When a number is in the correct position, or when the full prediction is rearranged to generate a successful commutative response, the cells turn green. Binerdle is difficult because it involves two puzzles at once. A good plan is to try to solve each problem one at a time and then move on to the next when the first one has been fixed. Once you've mastered the game, you can always choose from eight characters. What a wonderful time!

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