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Passing Through (Posted on 2005-04-06) Difficulty: 3 of 5
You are standing in the very corner of a 10 X 10 grid of dots. How many different ways are there to get to the opposite corner of the grid? You must travel through every node once, and only once. You cannot travel diagonally, and you may not go outside of the overall perimeter.

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re: Conclusion | Comment 27 of 28 |
(In reply to Conclusion by Jonathan Chang)

JC, I take great exception to you saying that i have copied this puzzle from another book, it is a very simple idea and has been thought of by a lot of different people.

As for you saying that the puzzle is open to interpretation, i disagree, it is your lack of understanding that has caused you the problems you have, not just in this puzzle, but in fact in most conversations you have on the site.

Many people have tried to help you here, includind myself, but your rudeness is beginning to tick off alot of people.



  Posted by Juggler on 2005-06-08 16:13:12

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