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Re: WPC - Round 4

PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 2:06 pm
by jhrdina
rob wrote:Puzzle 5: Antimagic hexagon with double cells

Could you clarify what "add the other sums" applies to? For empty arrows (there are none in the example)? For unclued directions (then there would be duplicate values e.g. the middle row has sum 9 also)?


In competition puzzle there will be some empty arrows and you will have to assign the numbers to them.

In fact the logic of the hints in competition puzzles 4 and 5 is opposite to the examples, all the hints will be given in puzzle 4, some hints will be missing (to be added and different from each other) in puzzle 5. We will change it in the next version of the booklet.

Re: WPC - Round 4

PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 3:08 pm
by blivet
Puzzle 17 - Triangular combination puzzle

Are the individual puzzles solvable by themselves or do you need to work on several ones at the same time?

Re: WPC - Round 4

PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 5:41 pm
by jhrdina
blivet wrote:Puzzle 17 - Triangular combination puzzle

Are the individual puzzles solvable by themselves or do you need to work on several ones at the same time?


Not all of them are solvable individually, it will definitely help to work on all of them together.