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Knights' Tours - Long & Short (Posted on 2009-05-05) Difficulty: 3 of 5
On a 4 x 4 board what is the longest and the shortest 'tour' that a knight may make subject to no valid next destination being available, and not being able to revisit a prior square. The knight starts in the top left cell (A).

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E F G H
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Dismissing mirrored tours (A-P being the mirror) how many such routes are there?

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionNo Subjectalisha sturdivant2009-05-27 16:42:04
re(3): solution (and variance)Dej Mar2009-05-06 14:34:38
re(2): solution (and variance)Charlie2009-05-06 11:06:54
re: solution (and variance)brianjn2009-05-06 02:59:41
SolutionsolutionDej Mar2009-05-05 18:13:03
re: computer solutionCharlie2009-05-05 17:51:17
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2009-05-05 17:34:37
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