On the Subject of Coinage
Spoiler warning for "The Impossible Chessboard Puzzle".
There are 64 coins, in an 8×8 grid, each either heads or tails.
 Take the serial number, and replace each character with a 1 if it's within 59 or NZ, and 0
otherwise. Call this the hamming code.
 Next, create another 6digit code. Start by counting the number of heads in the highlighted
(black) region in the 1st table. If the sum is even, the 1st digit is 0, otherwise 1. Repeat the
above for the other 5 tables to obtain 5 more digits, which gives you another 6digit
code.
 To solve the module, press the coin in which — when flipped  will make both 6digit codes the
same. Flipping an incorrect coin gives a strike.
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