WPC round 13

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  • #7255
    sf2l
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    My printer does not like the diagram of the DOMUNO YIN YANG. (DOMUNO?? )
    I imagine there should be a grid of thin lines defining the cells but these are not printing.

    #7660
    Matus
    Participant

    Is this a weakest link round?
    How does the process of switching between individual and team solving look like?

    #7661
    Deyan Razsadov
    Participant

    I will answer you on Wednesday, after our planning session with the hotel.

    #7662
    rob
    Participant

    Another question here. I assume this round will be solved by placing actual domino tiles on a grid. Will we be allowed to make notes?

    #7663
    Deyan Razsadov
    Participant

    Yes, but only actual tiles will be considered.

    #7664
    TiiT
    Participant

    What means “Every double must cover exactly one shaded cell” ?

    Tiit

    #7665
    TiiT
    Participant

    I answer myself to my question. I should have waited another 10 minutes.
    The double means a domino with the two same values (2 2 in example).

    Sorry about that. At least if someone else has the same question, here is the answer.

    Tiit

    #7666
    David McNeill
    Participant

    But does every shaded square have to be part of a double? This is true for the example.

    #7667
    Deyan Razsadov
    Participant

    Yes, it has to.
    I’ll rephrase

    #7668
    onigame
    Participant

    @sf2l wrote:

    My printer does not like the diagram of the DOMUNO YIN YANG. (DOMUNO?? )
    I imagine there should be a grid of thin lines defining the cells but these are not printing.

    There is no grid of thin lines defining the cells. I believe you have to figure out for yourself how the cells are divided into dominoes.

    The example uses two sets from 0:0 to 5:5, with two (unspecified) dominoes unused. I have solved it and I believe the answer is unique.

    #7669
    Deyan Razsadov
    Participant

    There will be a grid in the printed booklet

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