RAY: What the little girl finds on her paper is something that you often find on graded papers from your third-grade teacher. At the top of the page is a star.
TOM: I never got one.
RAY: Oh. That's why you didn't get the answer to this either, you dumbo. And if you draw a five-pointed star, just like your third-grade teacher put on your papers, and you put a tree at every intersection point and a tree at every vertex...
TOM: You end up with four.
RAY: You end up with 10 trees, right?
TOM: Four, four, four.
RAY: Five rows of four trees each.
RAY: Pretty good, hunh?
TOM: That is good!RAY : Do we have a winner?
TOM: Yes, we do. Just a minute.
RAY: We always have a winner.
TOM: It looks like Catherine LaFeriere from Highland, Maryland.
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