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@ 2017-10-07 9:49 PM (#23561 - in reply to #23329) (#23561) Top

Deyan



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Deyan posted @ 2017-10-07 9:49 PM

Solving classics takes less than 5% of the overall solving time, but gives half of the points.
It could be better to rearrange points, for example: 15 points for correctly copied row and 15 points for solved classic.
@ 2017-10-07 9:53 PM (#23562 - in reply to #23560) (#23562) Top

vopani



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vopani posted @ 2017-10-07 9:53 PM

Deyan - 2017-10-07 9:37 PM

vopani - 2017-10-02 1:05 PM

detuned - 2017-10-01 11:02 PM

Could you please confirm that the competition puzzle will retain the same dimensions as this example?

The competition puzzle will have different dimensions.


But solved puzzles to look for are still 6x6, right?

Yes, the solved grids and the two Classics are all 6x6. Only the dimensions of the large grid is different from the one given in the IB.
@ 2017-10-07 10:01 PM (#23563 - in reply to #23561) (#23563) Top

vopani



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vopani posted @ 2017-10-07 10:01 PM

Deyan - 2017-10-07 9:49 PM

Solving classics takes less than 5% of the overall solving time, but gives half of the points.
It could be better to rearrange points, for example: 15 points for correctly copied row and 15 points for solved classic.

Thanks for the suggestion.
But we won't be changing the points for any round.
@ 2017-10-13 7:57 PM (#23689 - in reply to #23329) (#23689) Top

sinchai4547



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sinchai4547 posted @ 2017-10-13 7:57 PM

Can I bring blank paper with hole dimension 6x6 in competition? For placing on top of puzzle.If yes, please let me know the length of 6x6 cells. I will prepare it.

Edited by sinchai4547 2017-10-13 8:04 PM
@ 2017-10-15 8:44 AM (#23702 - in reply to #23329) (#23702) Top

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forcolin posted @ 2017-10-15 8:44 AM

In all the grids which need to be found, are all the sub grid boxes of the same type ( eg. 2 rows 3 columns like in the example) or is it possible to have mixed geometry boxes ?
@ 2017-10-15 6:31 PM (#23713 - in reply to #23689) (#23713) Top

vopani



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vopani posted @ 2017-10-15 6:31 PM

sinchai4547 - 2017-10-13 7:57 PM

Can I bring blank paper with hole dimension 6x6 in competition? For placing on top of puzzle.If yes, please let me know the length of 6x6 cells. I will prepare it.

No. This is not allowed. We will highlight it in the Q&A.
@ 2017-10-15 6:31 PM (#23714 - in reply to #23702) (#23714) Top

vopani



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vopani posted @ 2017-10-15 6:31 PM

forcolin - 2017-10-15 8:44 AM

In all the grids which need to be found, are all the sub grid boxes of the same type ( eg. 2 rows 3 columns like in the example) or is it possible to have mixed geometry boxes ?

Yes, all 2x3 boxes as described in the glossary.
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