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Monday, January 14, 2008

1 to 19 in a Honeycomb

Can you place the numbers 1 through 19 in the honeycomb shown below so that there is a difference of at least 4 between any adjacent cells?


Anonymous said...

hay, how do you answer that?

Erik said...

There are five columns of hexagons in the figure, you could give the numbers arranged by columns, like:

1, 8, 16

7, 15, 3, 11

14, 2, 10, 18, 6

9, 17, 5, 13

4, 12, 19

Anonymous said...

how would you get it so that each row adds up to 38 but you are still useing the numbers 1-19?

Anonymous said...

Yea none of those numbers work...