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 K        
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       V  
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  O       
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      M   
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        W 
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    X     
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   Z      
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     N    
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Complete the above grid such that:
 Each of the letters K to Z represents a different integer from 1 to 16.
 Each of the columns, each of the rows and each of the main diagonals equals A.
 Each of the 16 letters from K to Z is repeated precisely four times in the above grid.
 A = P*T + R
 Z = 2*R
 N = V/3
 T = Y  (N + K)
 U = S + L
 M*Q + O + K = W + X
(In reply to
re(2): Hint! by Salil)
Like among endless possibilities one possibility is
K=5,L=8,M=10,N=3,O=13,P=11,Q=1,R=2,S=7,T=6,U=15,V=9,W=16,
X=12,Y=14 and Z=4. ( In this also S,L =(7 or 8), M,Q=(10 or 1)
and W,X=(12 OR 16)) still satisfy the equation.
But how do I know this is correct. The 9 clues given are not enough. Pls check.

Posted by Salil
on 20130917 08:54:06 