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@ 2012-08-27 11:21 PM (#8435 - in reply to #8290) (#8435) Top

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anurag posted @ 2012-08-27 11:21 PM

The creativity and very narrow solve paths that show in all the puzzles the author has ever designed are very commendable and sometimes really intriguing.

Edited by anurag 2012-08-27 11:21 PM
@ 2012-08-28 12:29 PM (#8442 - in reply to #8430) (#8442) Top

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Riad Khanmagomedov posted @ 2012-08-28 12:29 PM

From top to bottom, sorry.
@ 2012-08-28 12:33 PM (#8443 - in reply to #8432) (#8443) Top

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Riad Khanmagomedov posted @ 2012-08-28 12:33 PM

In the example of the puzzle 13. Division number 2 should point to either 2 mines, or on 2 parts of ships.
@ 2012-08-28 1:49 PM (#8444 - in reply to #8290) (#8444) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-08-28 1:49 PM

Question in email :
Does Di... count for the monthly test ratings or not?
No
@ 2012-08-29 8:54 PM (#8452 - in reply to #8290) (#8452) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-08-29 8:54 PM

Serkan has collected some practice materials from earlier IPSTs





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Attachments Di_PRACTICE.pdf (166KB - 50 downloads)
@ 2012-08-30 1:07 AM (#8455 - in reply to #8290) (#8455) Top

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Para posted @ 2012-08-30 1:07 AM

Just one question.

8. Dioxides
Can the molecules lie diagonally or are all connections orthogonally?
@ 2012-08-30 11:09 AM (#8456 - in reply to #8455) (#8456) Top

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anurag posted @ 2012-08-30 11:09 AM

All moleculues/dioxides puzzles i have seen had orthogonally connected atoms.I assume the same here.
@ 2012-08-30 1:00 PM (#8457 - in reply to #8290) (#8457) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-08-30 1:00 PM

Here is the Differences puzzle from 2007 Internet Puzzle Solvers Test - Thanks Riad for sharing.



(Differences.png)



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@ 2012-08-30 1:50 PM (#8458 - in reply to #8290) (#8458) Top

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forcolin posted @ 2012-08-30 1:50 PM

I remember from the old time that Osmium is one of the few elements having a possible oxydation state +8 therefore forming the tetraoxyde OsO4. So my first impression was that the puzzle is wrong. But I have consulted the literature and found that the dioxide is also possible at a lower oxydation state, so the puzzle is chemically correct.

I have a question about Dikuro. The instructions say that "no digits can repeat in a sum". but in the example posted by Serkan there are some blank boxes in which no sum is indicated. Can digits repeat in a row or in a column if no digit is show at the beginning ?
@ 2012-08-30 2:06 PM (#8459 - in reply to #8458) (#8459) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-08-30 2:06 PM

forcolin - 2012-08-30 1:50 PM
I have a question about Dikuro. The instructions say that "no digits can repeat in a sum". but in the example posted by Serkan there are some blank boxes in which no sum is indicated. Can digits repeat in a row or in a column if no digit is show at the beginning ?
The format is slightly changed, and the blank boxes with no sum are replaced by "?" (also seen in the example booklet). Digits will not repeat if there is a "?" instead of a sum.

EDIT : Further clarification on Dikuro : Even at the top of the column (or left of the row) where there is no "?" or no digit (also seen in practice pdf), digits can not repeat.
Also, It will be obvious from the contest puzzle that "?" can represent 1 digit or 2 digits.
@ 2012-08-30 3:01 PM (#8460 - in reply to #8455) (#8460) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-08-30 3:01 PM

Para - 2012-08-30 1:07 AM

8. Dioxides
Can the molecules lie diagonally or are all connections orthogonally?
The molecules can not be connected diagonally, they have to be joined orthogonally (as in the example).
@ 2012-08-30 8:09 PM (#8461 - in reply to #8452) (#8461) Top

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kishy72 posted @ 2012-08-30 8:09 PM

Administrator - 2012-08-29 8:54 PM

Serkan has collected some practice materials from earlier IPSTs


great work serkan!!was desperate to see a diamond puzzle question which has all the cards from 2 to 10 and u have posted one ..good work admin!..will be of immense help if model puzzles like these are posted before any monthly puzzle test
@ 2012-08-30 8:17 PM (#8462 - in reply to #8461) (#8462) Top

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prasanna16391 posted @ 2012-08-30 8:17 PM

kishy72 - 2012-08-30 8:09 PM

Administrator - 2012-08-29 8:54 PM

Serkan has collected some practice materials from earlier IPSTs


great work serkan!!was desperate to see a diamond puzzle question which has all the cards from 2 to 10 and u have posted one ..good work admin!..will be of immense help if model puzzles like these are posted before any monthly puzzle test


Well it depends on availability of the types. If they are already available, whoever is aware of it will surely link to them (like Bram did to Naoki Inaba's site in the last puzzle test). Also in the last puzzle test I made a practice puzzle or two, and so did some other authors like Gorogoro (owner of Puzzle Graffiti blog). But its not always possible, since its pretty time consuming to figure out an unfamiliar puzzle type enough to create something of it.
@ 2012-08-31 7:50 PM (#8468 - in reply to #8452) (#8468) Top

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Rubben posted @ 2012-08-31 7:50 PM

Thanks.
@ 2012-09-01 2:54 AM (#8469 - in reply to #8290) (#8469) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-09-01 2:54 AM

Announcements


• Password protected pdf is uploaded. It has 7 pages. There is no cover page.
• Link to score page : http://logicmastersindia.com/Di/score.asp


@ 2012-09-01 7:42 AM (#8470 - in reply to #8290) (#8470) Top

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debmohanty posted @ 2012-09-01 7:42 AM

This is a restricted thread. As you have seen during Killer Shootout :

Comments posted in the thread after the test started can only be viewed by players who have finished the test. If you are not logged in to forum or if you have not finished the test, you will see first few characters of the post.

The purpose is to encourage players to freely post comments while the test is running.
@ 2012-09-01 11:54 AM (#8471 - in reply to #8290) (#8471) Top

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prasanna16391 posted @ 2012-09-01 11:54 AM

I think this is my worst performance of the year. At least for 7 puzzles I reached contradictions, and then solved them after time and realized how stupid my errors were. I liked the Yajilin a lot, but not competitively, because you never know when you miss one black cell somewhere or other, and you always have that feeling some clue might not be satisfied with the added diagonal constraint to look at. Dikuro, Digits Rotation, Disposition were among my favorites too.

Thanks for the test Riad.
@ 2012-09-01 1:41 PM (#8472 - in reply to #8290) (#8472) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-09-01 1:41 PM

Announcements - Puzzle #13 DIVISION has multiple solutions.


Puzzle #13 DIVISION has multiple solutions. Please do not solve the puzzle.

@ 2012-09-01 6:33 PM (#8473 - in reply to #8290) (#8473) Top

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kishy72 posted @ 2012-09-01 6:33 PM

got the value of the horizontal cards in the diamond puzzle as 2 3 5 7 and 10 and i placed the cards in such a way that the conditions in the question (borders dont have common segments and all diamonds should be used)got sastisfied but my answer seems to be wrong as i m not awarded points for that puzzle ..what is the error in my solution? .....i can post a pic of mine if needed?!
@ 2012-09-01 6:38 PM (#8474 - in reply to #8473) (#8474) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-09-01 6:38 PM

@kishy72, Check my PM.
If you still think your answer is correct, upload your solution.
@ 2012-09-01 6:50 PM (#8475 - in reply to #8474) (#8475) Top

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kishy72 posted @ 2012-09-01 6:50 PM

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@kishy72, Check my PM.
If you still think your answer is correct, upload your solution.


yup indeed. i have gone through it many times,,not able to spot the error..so kindly go through it and point me my error...i have shaded the borders extra dark for clarity.
@ 2012-09-01 6:53 PM (#8476 - in reply to #8474) (#8476) Top

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kishy72 posted @ 2012-09-01 6:53 PM

Administrator - 2012-09-01 6:38 PM

@kishy72, Check my PM.
If you still think your answer is correct, upload your solution.

the pic is 349kb ..it says attachments should be less than 100kb..how do i post it ??
@ 2012-09-01 6:54 PM (#8477 - in reply to #8476) (#8477) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2012-09-01 6:54 PM

kishy72 - 2012-09-01 6:53 PM
the pic is 349kb ..it says attachments should be less than 100kb..how do i post it ??
Send me over - logicmasteradmin@gmail.com
@ 2012-09-01 6:54 PM (#8478 - in reply to #8477) (#8478) Top

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kishy72 posted @ 2012-09-01 6:54 PM

thnks will mail u in a sec
@ 2012-09-01 7:06 PM (#8479 - in reply to #8478) (#8479) Top

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prasanna16391 posted @ 2012-09-01 7:06 PM

kishy72 - 2012-09-01 6:54 PM

thnks will mail u in a sec


Hi. We looked into your solution. See the intersection of 8 card and 5 card according to your labeling and make note of all diamonds used. There are 2 diamonds in there that are not used by either 8 or 5. Thats one mistake. I guess there are others. Remember all diamonds must be used by at least one card.
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