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Can you solve this

Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Lucia Duran, Nov 1, 2005.

  1. Lucia Duran

    Lucia Duran Well-Known Member

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    Place numbers 1 to 8 in the squares so that no number touches a number that comes before or after it (either horizontally, vertically or on the diagonal).

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  2. Dan Mc

    Dan Mc Well-Known Member

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    Can you put more than one number in a square?
     
  3. Lucia Duran

    Lucia Duran Well-Known Member

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    No. One number in each square.
     
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    GARY C Well-Known Member

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    *35*
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    I think that's it.
     
  5. Dan Mc

    Dan Mc Well-Known Member

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    Answer:Top row: 5,3
    Middle row: 2,8,1,7
    Bottom row: 6,4
     
  6. JamesED

    JamesED Well-Known Member

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    Easy if you think about 1 and 8 only have to worry about 1 close digit, so they will go in the middle.
     
  7. Bryan X

    Bryan X Well-Known Member

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    Was very easy. Took less than 60 seconds.
     

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