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Sliding Puzzle (Posted on 2004-06-10) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Here is one of the older sliding puzzles:

You have a sliding puzzle that looks like this:

You may move a block with a letter on it to the blank space by sliding it there. How many moves does it take to put D where E is and E where D is at the same time? (The other pieces don't need to be in their original spots.)

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Rating: 2.6667 (6 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
sorrysimone2005-06-16 13:39:34
re(2): anyone get less (legally) than....Jim2004-07-27 16:49:14
re: anyone get less (legally) than....Sam Haylor2004-07-20 20:56:21
Solutionanyone get less (legally) than....Jim2004-07-20 12:51:45
re: 10 moves!Jim2004-07-20 12:28:07
re: 10 moves!matt2004-07-07 02:40:58
Solution"RATE YOUR MIND PLA"vije2004-07-06 04:01:28
re(2): 10 moves!Danny2004-06-11 09:06:21
Some Thoughtsre: 10 moves!Nosher2004-06-10 23:22:31
SolutionTwo shortest--computer solutionCharlie2004-06-10 09:16:39
re: 10 moves!Erik O.2004-06-10 08:30:55
SolutionA solution in __ moves...Erik O.2004-06-10 08:28:27
Solution10 moves!Danny2004-06-10 08:27:11
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