Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Puzzle: PQRST 14

PQRST has a good puzzle contest that they run quarterly. The 14th iteration was last week, and it seemed tougher than usual, though I didn't have as much time as I sometimes spend. I thought puzzle #7 was particularly clever; and no math is required. If you're into puzzles, give it a try.

Divide the whole grid into smaller geometric shapes, following the grid lines or the diagonals of the square cells. Each shape must have exactly one symbol inside, which represents it. Rectangle symbol cannot be contained in a square. Trapezoid has two sides parallel, but its other two sides are not parallel.

The solution will be posted at PQRST in a week or so if you can't get it.

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