The 26 letters of the alphabet were divided into two piles according to a simple rule. Two letters were then swapped leaving the piles as follows.
Pile 1: a,c,e,g,j,o,q,s,u,v,w,y,z
Pile 2: b,d,f,h,i,k,l,m,n,p,r,t,x
Which two letters should be swapped to return each pile to its original composition?
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With a little help from Small Hint (Possible Spoiler) by Syzygy)
But X has at least one straight line (it has 2). A, E, V, W, Y and Z also have at least one straight line each.

Posted by Charlie
on 20070122 14:48:52 