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Tug-o-war (Posted on 2003-06-21) Difficulty: 3 of 5
There is a tug-o-war competition consisting of rounds upon round that all end in a draw meaning both sides end in equal strength. There are several people of exactly equal strength and are represented by the same symbol. (i.e. all * pull the same, but a * and a @ must be different) Each team is representeed by a series of symbols followed by a dashed line being the rope. On the other side of the rope is the team that was equally matched in strength. Here are some of those rounds:
Again remembering that ll of the above are ties, and assume that position on the rope doesn't matter, who will win the following match?

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  Subject Author Date
This is my solutionEileen2005-03-14 12:34:57
Cool!!ratsnstuff2003-10-09 10:06:44
SolutionSolutionLawrence2003-08-24 13:03:58
No Subjectsnapp2003-08-20 13:52:53
SolutionSolutionFatBoy2003-08-14 08:43:26
GOT IT!PRIVATE2003-07-17 01:14:42
No Subjecthelena2003-07-11 09:50:22
re: Yaman's solutionJim C2003-07-03 07:35:14
Some Thoughtsre: solutionJim C2003-07-03 07:33:42
Solution*!$@# puzzle!Jim C2003-07-03 07:05:50
Possible solutionDaniel Ciguenza2003-06-26 15:24:57
solutionyaman2003-06-26 13:09:31
solutionChii2003-06-25 22:11:14
solutionRajeev2003-06-23 21:39:11
Solutionsimpler solution?Hank2003-06-23 05:00:47
Solutionpossible soloutionChris2003-06-23 00:40:53
SolutionDifferent SolutionDJ2003-06-22 23:34:56
SolutionSolutionLewis2003-06-21 08:17:12
Hints/TipsA startDJ2003-06-21 08:05:20
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