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How should you answer questions to puzzles when you have multiple guesses/iterations of your thoughts for answering a puzzle?

For example: This puzzleThis puzzle I have 3 distinct guesses which happen to be iterations of each other, but could stand alone.

This answerThis answer was the 3rd answer from the user where he explored different methods to coming up with a proof.

In short (TLDR;): should each puzzle be 1 answer per user or is there some threshold for each answer being put into separate answers?

Edit: Just found the meta post on the subject, but it might be good to figure out how it applies to this site.

How should you answer questions to puzzles when you have multiple guesses/iterations of your thoughts for answering a puzzle?

For example: This puzzle I have 3 distinct guesses which happen to be iterations of each other, but could stand alone.

This answer was the 3rd answer from the user where he explored different methods to coming up with a proof.

In short (TLDR;): should each puzzle be 1 answer per user or is there some threshold for each answer being put into separate answers?

Edit: Just found the meta post on the subject, but it might be good to figure out how it applies to this site.

How should you answer questions to puzzles when you have multiple guesses/iterations of your thoughts for answering a puzzle?

For example: This puzzle I have 3 distinct guesses which happen to be iterations of each other, but could stand alone.

This answer was the 3rd answer from the user where he explored different methods to coming up with a proof.

In short (TLDR;): should each puzzle be 1 answer per user or is there some threshold for each answer being put into separate answers?

Edit: Just found the meta post on the subject, but it might be good to figure out how it applies to this site.

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How should you answer questions to puzzles when you have multiple guesses/iterations of your thoughts for answering a puzzle?

For example: This puzzle I have 3 distinct guesses which happen to be iterations of each other, but could stand alone.

This answer was the 3rd answer from the user where he explored different methods to coming up with a proof.

In short (TLDR;): should each puzzle be 1 answer per user or is there some threshold for each answer being put into separate answers?

Edit: Just found the meta postthe meta post on the subject, but it might be good to figure out how it applies to this site.

How should you answer questions to puzzles when you have multiple guesses/iterations of your thoughts for answering a puzzle?

For example: This puzzle I have 3 distinct guesses which happen to be iterations of each other, but could stand alone.

This answer was the 3rd answer from the user where he explored different methods to coming up with a proof.

In short (TLDR;): should each puzzle be 1 answer per user or is there some threshold for each answer being put into separate answers?

Edit: Just found the meta post on the subject, but it might be good to figure out how it applies to this site.

How should you answer questions to puzzles when you have multiple guesses/iterations of your thoughts for answering a puzzle?

For example: This puzzle I have 3 distinct guesses which happen to be iterations of each other, but could stand alone.

This answer was the 3rd answer from the user where he explored different methods to coming up with a proof.

In short (TLDR;): should each puzzle be 1 answer per user or is there some threshold for each answer being put into separate answers?

Edit: Just found the meta post on the subject, but it might be good to figure out how it applies to this site.

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