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Neighbors differ by even numbers (Posted on 2019-02-01) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Create a 3x3 matrix such that:
(i) Only 9 distinct primes are used.
(ii) All the 12 absolute differences between contiguous elements
are distinct even integers.
(iii)The highest prime in your matrix is as low as possible (hint: below 70).

Inspired by Jean Brette's puzzle.

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Solutioncomputer-aided solutionCharlie2019-02-01 16:26:57
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