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Monday, March 3, 2008

The Puzzle Page Conundrum

The title of this blog page, The Puzzle Page, is written using nine distinct letters: A, E, G, H, L, P, T, U, and Z.

Can you arrange these nine letters in a 3x3 grid so that, starting with the letter T, and moving one square at a time you trace a path that spells out the name The Puzzle Page?

You may move one square orthogonally or diagonally and you may stay on the same square for both instances of the letter Z.


There is more than one solution. How many can you find?

3 comments:

joel said...

U Z L
P E T
G A H

Anonymous said...

^ ye thats right because you start on

T,(down) H,(up/left) E,(left) P,(up)U,(right)Z,(stay)Z,(right)L,(down/left)E,(right)P,(down/right)A,(left)G,(up/right)E

This also means thatit can be like this:

H A G
T E P
L Z U

Which is exactly the opposite...

Kate Daniel said...

T L Z
H E U
G A P