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Skyscrapers (Posted on 2005-09-07) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Every square in the diagram below has a building of between 1 and 6 stories, inclusive.

No two buildings in any row or column have the same number of stories. Also, on one of the diagonals, no two buildings have the same number of stories, though the other diagonal has a repeat.

The numbers around the perimeter indicate the number of buildings visible when looking in the direction indicated by the arrow. Note that shorter buildings are not visible if they are behind a taller building. Determine the height of building on each square.

This puzzle was inspired by a puzzle on the Google Puzzle practice exam.

See The Solution Submitted by Bryan    
Rating: 3.9091 (11 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
solution by computerSteven Lord2020-02-04 12:40:38
SolutionAnswerMath Man2020-01-08 17:38:23
solutionsalil2006-02-24 10:00:26
solutionsalil2006-02-23 04:10:00
I have it!Waldo Pepper2005-11-24 14:55:23
As close as I can get.....Jeramie2005-11-05 14:41:54
re: OopsPercy2005-09-07 12:01:17
OopsTan Kiat Chuan2005-09-07 10:06:13
re: Solution 2Lisa2005-09-07 09:28:08
SolutionFull SolutionLisa2005-09-07 09:26:21
SolutionSolution 2Tan Kiat Chuan2005-09-07 08:54:17
SolutionSolutionPercy2005-09-07 01:08:56
Hints/TipsTip:Percy2005-09-07 01:03:05
QuestionI think ther are 2 repeats on 1 diag?Percy2005-09-07 01:00:02
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