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Venn Olympics (Posted on 2008-06-08) Difficulty: 3 of 5
The understood Venn diagram is of 3 circles overlapping each other to form 7 enclosed regions.

Consider this structure being imposed upon the "Olympic Rings" to create 15 regions.



Place one number from 1 to 15 in each region so that the middle top ring (Black) has a total of Z + 2 while the other 4 total Z each.

Ring Values:
1.  A  B  F  G              [Z]
2.  B  C  D  G  H  I  J  K  [Z+2] (Black)
3.  D  E  K  L              [Z]
4.  F  G  H  I  M  N        [Z]
5.  I  J  K  L  N  O        [Z]
Note: Olympic Rings has fewer overlaps.

See The Solution Submitted by brianjn    
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  Subject Author Date
re(4): Solutionbrianjn2008-06-11 23:46:45
re(3): SolutionPenny2008-06-10 18:48:16
re(2): Solutionbrianjn2008-06-09 22:00:55
re(3): SolutionPenny2008-06-09 12:34:57
Questionre(2): SolutionCharlie2008-06-09 12:20:00
re: SolutionPenny2008-06-09 09:12:39
SolutionSolutionPenny2008-06-09 08:44:50
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