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Hi Johan, good to see you again...
Please check the file Conversion.xls in the nearly of my latest post at:
Da Vinci Puzzles forum. It is same. I'm just gambling and hope people easier to see this than before.
Thx.



Hello to all of you guys,
Is there any of you can help me finding the relationships/patterns of table that I attach at: MERSENNEFORUM.ORG . (file name: puzzle.pdf)
(The table consist of 350 rows and 20 columns, contains of numbers 09).
Thank's.
EDIT:
Maybe this clues, that I've found so far, can help?
Assume:
# 1350 as rows, #120 as columns.
Number 5 in row 1, column 2 repeated again in row 2, column 2.
Number 6 in row 1, column 3/4 repeated again in row 2, column 4.
Number 8 in row 1, column 6/8 repeated again in row 2, column 5/8.
Number 7 in row 1, column 9 repeated again in row 2, column 11.
Number 3 in row 1, column 11 repeated again in row 2, column 12.
Number 8 in row 1, column 12 repeated again in row 2, column 9.
Number 9 in row 1, column 14/15 repeated again in row 2, column 16.
Number 4 in row 1, column 19/20 repeated again in row 2, column 17.
Number 8 in row 2, column 5/8 repeated again in row 3, column 8.
Number 7 in row 2, column 11 repeated again in row 3, column 11.
Number 4 in row 2, column 17 repeated again in row 3, column 18.
Number 9 in row 2, column 20 repeated again in row 3, column 20.
Number 8 in row 3 column 8 repeated again in row 4, column 6.
Number 0 in row 3, column 10 repeated again in row 4, column 12.
Number 5 in row 3, column 12 repeated again in row 4, column 10.
Number 2 in row 3, column 13 repeated again in row 4, column 13.
Number 6 in row 3, column 17 repeated again in row 4, column 18.
Number 4 in row 3, column 18 repeated again in row 4, column 20.
Number 5 in row 3, column 19 repeated again in row 4, column 19.
Temporary conclusion:
There's at least one number repeated to next row (if the tables is seen by every four columns), but sometimes there's no repeated numbers at all (such as column 1,2,3,4 row 1 to row 2).
PS: Some data were missing in row 165.



Have you seen this?
http://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~wwu/cgibin/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=riddles_hard;action=display;num=1190794945
Thx.



Dear Johan,
Yes, every row of numbers is left aligned and strictly increasing; the width of every table doesn't need to be some tenfold and indeed >= the length of the longest row.
Every table can be represented by a sequence of 40 numbers from 1 to 10, 0 to 9, 2 to 11, 3 to 12, etc and like SUDOKU/HITORI even it doesn't need to numbering the rows though.
As you see total amount of the numbers in each rows at the right side are almost its average, so this isn't random and it should have a solution, shouldn't it?
I've told you before we didn't know where this came from, same as we see a SUDOKU/HITORI, then I can't tell you who its author...
Hope you understand my English.
Thx.



Hello again to all of you guys here...
This is the puzzle that I've promised, may this puzzle fits in this section, and I hope you guys here can help me.
This number puzzle is in .xls file format. It looks like SUDOKU/HITORI. Since here I can't attach .xls file, I put it (name: sept0940.xls) at:
http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=459560#459560
(Don't worry this is being a spam ).
There are tables contain of 10 rows (1,2,3,...,10) each.
Each tables contains of numbers, which here I give example 1 to 40, that should be found its relationships/patterns, so the next numbers can be placed correctly in a certain rows in each tables.
In EACH tables, each numbers appears just one time and there will be no same numbers vertically, horizontally and diagonally.
Tables 120 in sheet #2, Tables 2132 in sheet #3, Tables 3344 in sheet #4,..., Tables 273284 in sheet #24.
I name and arrange the tables just like that, though you can do else.
In sheet #1 you can see Tables 120 have been filled with numbers 1 to 350.
In sheet #25 you can see that total amount of the numbers in each rows are almost its average, so this isn't random and it should have a solution, shouldn't it?
(I hope this can explain the problems clearly).
Thank you to those who want to pay attentions and interested in this puzzle.
P.S:
1. Because of their similar shapes, in sheet #26 & #27 I rearranged the tables that I think could be the "keys" of this puzzle.
2. This "big sizes" puzzle is very tough, (artistic?) and really needs hard thinking...
Best regards
Steven Wu
Bali  Indonesia



Hi Johan, nice to meet you...
That puzzle was given by a friend of mine, but he didn't know either where this came from. Unfortunately I can't explain how to solve it. I'm sorry, this is very lack information. I just need perhaps someone can find the patterns/relationships among the tables.
Thx.



Hello to all of you guys here...
Actually I'd like to post a very tough "big sizes" number puzzle here, which had been brought to many forums, but yet nobody can work it out properly. I'm not a puzzles mania, this just really disturbs my mind. I hope you guys here can help me.
Thank you very much and I try to bring to this board: peace greetings from Bali...
Sincerely yours,
Steven Wu
Bali  Indonesia






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