On Nov 12, 2004, at 10:47 AM, Brian Schröäer wrote:

>> Next, a machine called "Cecil" picks a target number between 100 and 
>> 999 at
>> random. The contestants then have 30 seconds to find a way of 
>> combining the
>> source numbers using the normal arithmetic operators (+, -, *, /) to 
>> make
>> the target number, or to get as close as possible.
>>
>> Each source card can be used no more than once.
>
> I suspect that this means, each may (not be used or used exactly once)?

That's how I read it.

James Edward Gray II