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3x3 Grid Logic (Posted on 2010-09-23) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Using the information given below, place the letters A to I inclusive in a 3x3 grid, such that no square is vacant and each square contains a different letter.

(i) I is in the same column as E which is not in the center column.
(ii) D is in the row below the row which contains F.
(iii) A is in the row below the row that contains B.
(iv) B is not in the first column.
(v) E is in the same row as F.
(vi) C is in one of the four corner squares.
(vii) G is in the square above A.
(viii) F is in the same row as A, and in the same column as C.
(ix) E is in the row below the row which contains B.
(x) H is in the same row as I, the same column as F, and is in a corner square.

Note: "Above/below" refers to two letters in the same column. “Left of / right of” refers to two letters in the same row.

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
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re: Possible spoiler | Comment 2 of 5 |
(In reply to Possible spoiler by broll)

yes, that's the only one I could come up with either, fiddling around with pencil and paper.
  Posted by Charlie on 2010-09-23 16:06:20

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