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@ 2016-01-27 9:56 PM (#20826 - in reply to #18770) (#20826) Top

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swaroop2011 posted @ 2016-01-27 9:56 PM

Thanks. It's turning out exciting. Close fight between 1st and 2nd spot, and similarly between 3rd and 4th spot.
@ 2016-01-27 9:59 PM (#20827 - in reply to #20826) (#20827) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2016-01-27 9:59 PM

swaroop2011 - 2016-01-27 9:56 PM

Thanks. It's turning out exciting. Close fight between 1st and 2nd spot, and similarly between 3rd and 4th spot.
and 5th and 6th too.
@ 2016-01-27 10:02 PM (#20828 - in reply to #20827) (#20828) Top

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swaroop2011 posted @ 2016-01-27 10:02 PM

Administrator - 2016-01-27 9:59 PM

swaroop2011 - 2016-01-27 9:56 PM

Thanks. It's turning out exciting. Close fight between 1st and 2nd spot, and similarly between 3rd and 4th spot.
and 5th and 6th too.


yeah. Missed that. ^_^
@ 2016-03-02 8:51 AM (#21174 - in reply to #18770) (#21174) Top

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debmohanty posted @ 2016-03-02 8:51 AM

@ 2016-03-17 5:31 PM (#21295 - in reply to #18770) (#21295) Top

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Mjdentist posted @ 2016-03-17 5:31 PM

Unable to understand this puzzle, can any one let me know what is this?
@ 2016-03-17 5:53 PM (#21296 - in reply to #21295) (#21296) Top

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rakesh_rai posted @ 2016-03-17 5:53 PM

Mjdentist - 2016-03-17 5:31 PM

Unable to understand this puzzle, can any one let me know what is this?
Which puzzle are you referring to?
@ 2016-03-29 6:15 AM (#21383 - in reply to #18770) (#21383) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2016-03-29 6:15 AM

@ 2016-03-29 9:32 AM (#21386 - in reply to #18770) (#21386) Top

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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-03-29 9:32 AM

Hmm, ended up at 13th, that's good considering I authored the round I'm probably strongest at :P
@ 2016-03-29 1:35 PM (#21390 - in reply to #18770) (#21390) Top

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marred posted @ 2016-03-29 1:35 PM

Thanks for great contest, I can't wait to 2016/17 edition.
@ 2016-04-05 6:26 AM (#21432 - in reply to #18770) (#21432) Top

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brecher92 posted @ 2016-04-05 6:26 AM

Same here. Somehow the contests always ended up scheduled on bad weekends for me -- hope to compete in more than 2 of 8 next time.

p.s. I vote for longer timeframes for each context -- weeknights are usually better for me than weekends.


Edited by brecher92 2016-04-05 6:26 AM
@ 2016-05-03 7:29 PM (#21636 - in reply to #21432) (#21636) Top

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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-05-03 7:29 PM

Venue and details for offline finals


Please check here for the venue, dates, participation fee, and other necessary details about the offline finals of Puzzle Ramayan & IPC 2016 here - http://logicmastersindia.com/SM/2015-16sm-pr-finals.asp
Please note that the top 50 of PR can also participate in day one's Sudoku Mahabharat event.
An email will be sent to the qualifiers shortly with an invite letter containing the same details.
Feel free to post any queries you may have here.


@ 2016-05-05 2:54 AM (#21643 - in reply to #18770) (#21643) Top

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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-05-05 2:54 AM

Mails have been sent to the top 50 of PR. Some of these mails may have been sent as a part of the SM bunch since the invite is the same. Please check your spam if you don't see it in your inbox, read up, and give us a reply.
@ 2016-06-14 9:48 PM (#21675 - in reply to #18770) (#21675) Top

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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-06-14 9:48 PM

Preliminary version of the Instruction booklet of Puzzle Ramayan (Day 2) has been sent to participants.
@ 2016-06-23 10:03 PM (#21714 - in reply to #18770) (#21714) Top

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vopani posted @ 2016-06-23 10:03 PM

Will the order of puzzles in PB be same as that in IB?
If not, can the points table reflect the correct order of puzzles in PB?
@ 2016-06-24 5:28 AM (#21715 - in reply to #21714) (#21715) Top

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debmohanty posted @ 2016-06-24 5:28 AM

Rohan Rao - 2016-06-23 10:03 PM

Will the order of puzzles in PB be same as that in IB?
If not, can the points table reflect the correct order of puzzles in PB?


For rounds 1,2,4 -> order of puzzles in PB will match with that in IB.
I'm not 100% sure about R3 yet, but it should match too. If it does not, we will reflect the same in points table.
@ 2016-06-26 1:02 PM (#21717 - in reply to #21715) (#21717) Top

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debmohanty posted @ 2016-06-26 1:02 PM

debmohanty - 2016-06-24 5:28 AM

Rohan Rao - 2016-06-23 10:03 PM

Will the order of puzzles in PB be same as that in IB?
If not, can the points table reflect the correct order of puzzles in PB?


For rounds 1,2,4 -> order of puzzles in PB will match with that in IB.
I'm not 100% sure about R3 yet, but it should match too. If it does not, we will reflect the same in points table.

Confirming that the order of puzzles in R3 will be same as that in IB.
@ 2016-07-08 1:25 PM (#21736 - in reply to #21717) (#21736) Top

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vopani posted @ 2016-07-08 1:25 PM

In Area Maze,

1. Can we infer in the puzzle below that the answer is 6cm2? Or is the data insufficient?


2. Can we infer in the puzzle below that the answer is 15cm? Or is the data insufficient?


P.S. Typo - All areas are cm2, not cm3.
@ 2016-07-08 1:40 PM (#21737 - in reply to #21736) (#21737) Top

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debmohanty posted @ 2016-07-08 1:40 PM

Technically, data is insufficient in both cases. Remember that you should/can not be using rulers to find length of lines.

In first case, you need a ruler to measure that the height of the rectangle with "?" and the height of the rectangle with area as 15 are same.

We need another line to provide the information that the heights are same.



In second case, since the rectangle in question is completely detached from rest of the world, there is absolutely no information about the height and width.

@ 2016-07-09 9:40 AM (#21740 - in reply to #21737) (#21740) Top

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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-07-09 9:40 AM

Final version of PR IB has been sent to confirmed participants.
@ 2016-07-12 6:13 PM (#21741 - in reply to #18770) (#21741) Top

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rajeshk posted @ 2016-07-12 6:13 PM

I have doubt regarding "Sequence" puzzle in Round 4.
Can the answer be 144 too using clue 72?

@ 2016-07-12 8:59 PM (#21742 - in reply to #21741) (#21742) Top

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rakesh_rai posted @ 2016-07-12 8:59 PM

rajeshk - 2016-07-12 6:13 PM

I have doubt regarding "Sequence" puzzle in Round 4.
Can the answer be 144 too using clue 72?

As I understand this, the sequence has the factors of the clue number (72) in ascending order. So the answer should be 36. What is the logic for 144?
@ 2016-07-12 9:28 PM (#21743 - in reply to #21742) (#21743) Top

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debmohanty posted @ 2016-07-12 9:28 PM

rajeshk - 2016-07-12 6:13 PM

I have doubt regarding "Sequence" puzzle in Round 4.
Can the answer be 144 too using clue 72?


What is the logic for 144?

Rakesh is correct that these are factors of 72 in ascending order. So the next numbers in the sequence are 36 and 72. The sequence is "not defined" after that.
@ 2016-07-12 10:39 PM (#21744 - in reply to #21741) (#21744) Top

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prasanna16391 posted @ 2016-07-12 10:39 PM

rajeshk - 2016-07-12 6:13 PM

I have doubt regarding "Sequence" puzzle in Round 4.
Can the answer be 144 too using clue 72?



Everything else is a divisor, in order, why would the last one suddenly be a multiple?
@ 2016-07-13 10:56 AM (#21745 - in reply to #18770) (#21745) Top

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rajeshk posted @ 2016-07-13 10:56 AM

Thanks! Got it. My Logic was quite different which lead it to answer 144 :(
@ 2016-07-16 9:41 PM (#21761 - in reply to #18770) (#21761) Top

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swaroop2011 posted @ 2016-07-16 9:41 PM

Best of Luck guys :)
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