Here's a math
puzzler from the active mind of Otis Reedy. See if you can figure it out.
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of the adventure. (Answers can be found in the Curriculum Connections pages
for teachers under 'Math Connections'.)

"OK, here's my last puzzler: If ten people passed the harpy eagle's message on to ten other people (first pass), then each of those passed it on to ten more (second pass) and each of those passed it on to ten more (third pass) and so on, how many passes would it take for the message to reach everyone in the world (assuming no one is told the message more than once)?"

"OK, here's my last puzzler: If ten people passed the harpy eagle's message on to ten other people (first pass), then each of those passed it on to ten more (second pass) and each of those passed it on to ten more (third pass) and so on, how many passes would it take for the message to reach everyone in the world (assuming no one is told the message more than once)?"

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