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?

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## 4 comments:

hay, how do you answer that?

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

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

Yea none of those numbers work...

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