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A grid of people (Posted on 2002-07-09) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Imagine a "grid" of people: some number of people arranged in a number of rows and columns in a rectangular formation.

We designate person A as the shortest person in the group of the tallest people of each row. We then designate person B as the tallest person in the group of shortest people in each column.

Who is taller, A or B?

See The Solution Submitted by levik    
Rating: 3.5833 (12 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionSolutionMath Man2012-01-13 22:35:17
AnswerK Sengupta2008-02-29 06:33:40
Some Thoughtsre: Problem with Solutionsassy2004-05-18 11:01:03
SolutionThe crux of the matterRichard2003-12-13 23:51:03
Some ThoughtsQuestion.Barry Knapp2003-12-12 21:12:08
re: Problem with SolutionJack Squat2003-12-12 14:02:32
Problem with SolutionGamer2003-04-14 11:39:10
Hm...suna2002-11-11 15:36:46
SolutionMaybe....Dulanjana2002-07-10 05:40:46
SolutionMaybe it is this way....Dulanjana2002-07-10 05:39:44
re: Four line proof:TomM2002-07-10 03:42:40
SolutionFour line proof:G. Steve Arnold2002-07-09 08:18:59
re(2): Coordinate SystemTomM2002-07-09 02:40:03
Questionre: Coordinate Systemlevik2002-07-09 02:05:14
SolutionCoordinate SystemTomM2002-07-08 17:11:20
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