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Triangles in a Triangle (Posted on 2012-08-09) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Using the relationship [A=1, B=2,..... Z=26] provide a word for each tier of the triangle such that:
1. The letter sum per tier is the largest triangle possible.
2. The letter sum per tier is the smallest triangle possible.
 
   
     
       
         
           

While TIG = 36 is a triangle it is not appropriate for tier three in either of the tasks #1 or #2 above.

Are you able to extend either triangle beyond 6 tiers?

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re: computer solutionDej Mar2012-09-08 12:36:10
Three TiersDej Mar2012-08-10 07:18:24
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2012-08-09 16:08:41
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