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Here is this week’s problem:
In a certain type of tiling called Penrose P3 tiling, two types of rhombi fill a space without gaps or overlaps: wide rhombi and narrow rhombi. If five of the wide rhombi can meet symmetrically at a single point, while ten of the narrow rhombi can, what is the ratio of the largest angle in one narrow rhombus to the largest angle in one wide rhombus?
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