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Easy as ABC (Transparent) by Prasanna Seshadri

Easy as ABC by Prasanna Seshadri

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Theme: Clue Symmetry and Logic (originally on 2016 Polish Puzzle Championship)

Author/Opus: This is the 120th puzzle from our contributing puzzlemaster Prasanna Seshadri.

Rules: Fill some empty cells with the letters A-F (A-D in the example) so that each row and column contains each letter exactly once. The letters outside the grid indicate the first letter seen from that direction, but each row and column has one transparent letter that is ignored by the clues. The transparent letters must be different in each row and column.

See also this example:

Easy as ABC by Prasanna Seshadri

Answer String: Enter the letters (including the transparent letter) in the marked rows in order from left to right, separating each row’s entry with a comma. USE CAPITAL LETTERS.

Time Standards (highlight to view): Grandmaster = 2:45, Master = 5:00, Expert = 10:00

Solution: PDF

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Range by Serkan Yürekli

Range by Serkan Yürekli

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Theme: Clue Symmetry and Logic

Author/Opus: This is the 106th puzzle from our contributing puzzlemaster Serkan Yürekli.

Rules: Fill the grid with digits from the indicated range (1 to n) so that no digit is repeated within a row or column. Number clues in the grid indicate the difference between the largest and smallest digits in the visible cells (i.e., going from the clue until hitting an edge or another triangled cell). If there is only one visible cell, the clue number indicates the digit itself.

Range by Thomas Snyder

Answer String: Enter the digits in the 5th row from left to right, followed by a comma, followed by the 7th row from left to right. Ignore the triangled cells.

Time Standards (highlight to view): Grandmaster = 4:15, Master = 9:15, Expert = 18:30

Solution: PDF; a solution video is available here.

Note: Follow this link for other less common Number Placement puzzles.

Range by Serkan Yürekli

Range by Serkan Yürekli

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Theme: Clue Symmetry and Logic

Author/Opus: This is the 105th puzzle from our contributing puzzlemaster Serkan Yürekli.

Rules: Fill the grid with digits from the indicated range (1 to n) so that no digit is repeated within a row or column. Number clues in the grid indicate the difference between the largest and smallest digits in the visible cells (i.e., going from the clue until hitting an edge or another triangled cell). If there is only one visible cell, the clue number indicates the digit itself.

Range by Thomas Snyder

Answer String: Enter the digits in the 4th row from left to right, followed by a comma, followed by the 10th column from top to bottom. Ignore the triangled cells.

Time Standards (highlight to view): Grandmaster = 4:00, Master = 5:45, Expert = 11:30

Solution: PDF

Note: Follow this link for other less common Number Placement puzzles.

Range by Serkan Yürekli

Range by Serkan Yürekli

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Theme: Clue Symmetry and Logic

Author/Opus: This is the 104th puzzle from our contributing puzzlemaster Serkan Yürekli.

Rules: Fill the grid with digits from the indicated range (1 to n) so that no digit is repeated within a row or column. Number clues in the grid indicate the difference between the largest and smallest digits in the visible cells (i.e., going from the clue until hitting an edge or another triangled cell). If there is only one visible cell, the clue number indicates the digit itself.

Range by Thomas Snyder

Answer String: Enter the digits in the 7th row from left to right, followed by a comma, followed by the 4th column from top to bottom. Ignore the triangled cells.

Time Standards (highlight to view): Grandmaster = 1:30, Master = 2:00, Expert = 4:00

Solution: PDF

Note: Follow this link for other less common Number Placement puzzles.

Range by Serkan Yürekli

Range by Serkan Yürekli

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Theme: Clue Symmetry and Logic

Author/Opus: This is the 103rd puzzle from our contributing puzzlemaster Serkan Yürekli.

Rules: Fill the grid with digits from the indicated range (1 to n) so that no digit is repeated within a row or column. Number clues in the grid indicate the difference between the largest and smallest digits in the visible cells (i.e., going from the clue until hitting an edge or another triangled cell). If there is only one visible cell, the clue number indicates the digit itself.

Range by Thomas Snyder

Answer String: Enter the digits in the 5th row from left to right, followed by a comma, followed by the 4th column from top to bottom. Ignore the triangled cells.

Time Standards (highlight to view): Grandmaster = 1:30, Master = 2:00, Expert = 4:00

Solution: PDF

Note: Follow this link for other less common Number Placement puzzles.

Range by Serkan Yürekli

Range by Serkan Yürekli

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Theme: Clue Symmetry and Logic

Author/Opus: This is the 102nd puzzle from our contributing puzzlemaster Serkan Yürekli.

Rules: Fill the grid with digits from the indicated range (1 to n) so that no digit is repeated within a row or column. Number clues in the grid indicate the difference between the largest and smallest digits in the visible cells (i.e., going from the clue until hitting an edge or another triangled cell). If there is only one visible cell, the clue number indicates the digit itself.

Range by Thomas Snyder

Answer String: Enter the digits in the 7th row from left to right, followed by a comma, followed by the 5th column from top to bottom. Ignore the triangled cells.

Time Standards (highlight to view): Grandmaster = 1:15, Master = 2:00, Expert = 4:00

Solution: PDF

Note: Follow this link for other less common Number Placement puzzles.

Range by Serkan Yürekli

Range by Serkan Yürekli

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Theme: Clue Symmetry and Logic

Author/Opus: This is the 101st puzzle from our contributing puzzlemaster Serkan Yürekli.

Rules: Fill the grid with digits from the indicated range (1 to n) so that no digit is repeated within a row or column. Number clues in the grid indicate the difference between the largest and smallest digits in the visible cells (i.e., going from the clue until hitting an edge or another triangled cell). If there is only one visible cell, the clue number indicates the digit itself.

Range by Thomas Snyder

Answer String: Enter the digits in the 4th row from left to right, followed by a comma, followed by the 6th column from top to bottom. Ignore the triangled cells.

Time Standards (highlight to view): Grandmaster = 0:30, Master = 0:45, Expert = 1:30

Solution: PDF

Note: Follow this link for other less common Number Placement puzzles.