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    table problem

    Hi

    Trying to solve this puzzle:
    (1,1) (15,2) (14,3) (13,2) (2,4) (13,2) (14,3) (1,2) (15,3) (2,3) (2,3) (13,2) (15,2) (13,2)

    It should be a kind of table , but i can't see the connection??

    Any idea's

    Tnx

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagobert View Post
    Hi

    Trying to solve this puzzle:
    (1,1) (15,2) (14,3) (13,2) (2,4) (13,2) (14,3) (1,2) (15,3) (2,3) (2,3) (13,2) (15,2) (13,2)

    It should be a kind of table , but i can't see the connection??

    Any idea's

    Tnx
    What is it that you need to find?
    “... mathematics is only the art of saying the same thing in different words” - B. Russell

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagobert View Post

    (1,1) (15,2) (14,3) (13,2) (2,4) (13,2) (14,3) (1,2) (15,3) (2,3) (2,3) (13,2) (15,2) (13,2)
    Are those co-ordinates?
    Where did you get it?
    I'm just an imagination of your figment !

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagobert View Post
    Trying to solve this puzzle:
    (1,1) (15,2) (14,3) (13,2) (2,4) (13,2) (14,3) (1,2) (15,3) (2,3) (2,3) (13,2) (15,2) (13,2)

    It should be a kind of table , but i can't see the connection??
    To say the same thing a third way, we can't really help without knowing the context. Where did this come from, what have you not told us, and what is its purpose?

    If it's given just as a puzzle, and nothing more was said about it, then who knows what you're supposed to do? I wouldn't bother trying unless there's a reason to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subhotosh Khan View Post
    What is it that you need to find?
    It's kind of a puzzle.
    there is a relation between the couples , if you got this relation , you find the name for it

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    Look at the number for the first out of the pair in sequence. Then do the same thing for the second number in the pair in sequence.

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    232232

    looks like a palindrome
    Last edited by dagobert; 01-21-2018 at 04:40 AM.

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