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May

postedbyYousef

Can you solve it?

you’ll be given the numbers: 3,7,15 and 31. You should arrange them in a way so that all the blue boxes have the #56 as a result.

I did it in less than 10 minutes (I spent over 15 minutes searching for cheats with no luck, then I started ). They’re saying it should be solved in less than 5. 😛

Click HERE to start solving!

 

This entry was posted on Friday, May 9th, 2008 at 7:17 pm

10 Responses to “56 in all the blue boxes”

  1. NoNoWa says:

    I am not very gud with numbers but hey I will give it a try!! :)

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  2. blasha says:

    3 mins 17 secs

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  3. blasha says:

    hint: it was so easy to figure out since the sum of all the numbers given is 56, the trick was with the corners, so u gotta work on those first then fill in the rest 😉

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  4. 5ermesS says:

    lool when I solved it he said “hip hip hooray you solve it. you’re THE BEST”!!
    3aad 9ej am I THE BEST one wella ygool chethe 7ag elkel??
    cuz I didn’t see my time 😛

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  5. HBZ says:

    he told me the same 5ermesS ! bs ma 7asabt 7ag 3mry shkither 6awalt .. ;p

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  6. loco says:

    sorry reyathyat !!!! 5al afla7 bely 3endy awal

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  7. graymk says:

    7 seconds. Sudoku but easier.

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  8. Yousef says:

    NoNoWa I’m guessing you couldn’t solve it? 😛

    blasha you’re fast! I started from the 4 squares in the middle and out.

    5ermesS hehehe it says the same thing to all of us! i know i know.. 😛

    HBZ ana ma7sabt ba3ad 😀 bs mit2akid iny ma6ift il 10 minutes.. 10 is good!

    loco awafqik ilraay 😀

    graymk 7 seconds? yeah right 😛

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  9. graymk says:

    it was simple enough. once you see there are only 4 numbers being used, and those numbers add up to 56, there are 4 rows of 4 so logically each row and column may only use one number from the series without repeating itself. Sudoku… But much easier.

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  10. graymk says:

    it was simple enough. once you see there are only 4 numbers being used, and those numbers add up to 56, there are 4 rows of 4 so logically each row and column may only use one number from the series without repeating itself. Sudoku… But much easier.

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