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#331643 Ice slice

Posted by bhramarraj on 06 May 2013 - 01:11 PM

Spoiler for

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#322074 which is longer?

Posted by bhramarraj on 12 July 2012 - 08:37 AM

Spoiler for May be

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#319438 A Bingo Card Puzzle (A very lengthy math puzzle)

Posted by bhramarraj on 20 June 2012 - 02:19 PM

There is a stack of Bingo Cards. It is required to find a specific card having the number arrangement as hinted in the following clues:
[1] On the cards, there are five columns (named hereafter as A, B, C, D, & E) and five rows (named hereafter as J, K, L, M, & N).
[2] Column 'A' contains numbers 1 through 15.
[3] Column 'B' contains numbers 16 through 30.
[4] Column 'C' contains numbers 31 through 45.
[5] Column 'D' contains numbers 46 through 60.
[6] Column 'E' contains numbers 61 through 75.
[7] Center space 'CL' (a place in column C and row L) is free space i.e. contains no number.
[8] In row 'J', each numeral (0 through 9) appears only once; e.g. if there is number 43 at space DJ, then at other spaces in this row, there would be no number containing numeral 3 & 4.
[9] In row M, sum of all numbers is a perfect square.
[10] Row N contains the smallest number in each column.
[11] Each row contains only one '2-digit Prime Number'.
[12] In column C, difference of lowest to highest number is 8.
[13] In column D, each number has digit at 10th place smaller than the digit at unit place.
[14] In column E each number is an odd number.
[15] In only one column, the numbers are in descending order from top to bottom.
[16] In each column, there is only one numeral that appears two times.
[17] In each column, the sum of numbers shares a single common prime factor.
[18] On the bingo card, numeral 5 appears only once.
[19] The sum of the numbers in each diagonal is an odd number.
[20]The product of numbers at spaces AL & EL has a unit digit 2.
[21] The product of numbers at spaces BL & DL has a unit digit 4.
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#318691 Detective Smith (Warning: Long Story!)

Posted by bhramarraj on 15 June 2012 - 09:59 AM

Spoiler for Secretive

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#317457 failure

Posted by bhramarraj on 05 June 2012 - 01:10 PM

Spoiler for faied in what

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