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No: 09       September 21, 2016


RECTANGLE

RECTANGLE

Make a rectangle using the squares with side lengths (1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 14, 15, 18, 22, 41, 42, 46).

-All of the squares will be used exactly one time.
-The squares can't overlap.
-There will be no gap within the rectangle.

Enter the side lengths of the four corner squares in ascending order and use commas between them.

If the problem was asked for the squares with side lengths (6,6,12,16,16,18,18,32) the answer would be 6,16,18,32

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Popularity: 80.6 %     Difficulty: 50.0 %    

1.UNITED STATES Mark Rickert389
1.RUSSIAN FEDERATION Sergey Shtyka389
1.BELGIUM Chia-tche Chang389
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[ Score Table ]
1. DIFFERENT SUMS 90.9
2. DICE PRODUCTS 88.9
3. ONE HUNDRED COINS 84.4
4. BALLOONS 82.5
5. RECTANGLE 80.6
6. NUMBERED BALLS 76.9
7. PENTAGON 62.5
8. NUMBERED CARDS 57.7
9. A HOLLOW CUBE 37.5
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   [DIFFERENT SUMS] very interesting

very interesting and complicated problem

Frederic - September 05, 2016 - 18:11
   [DIFFERENT SUMS]

The best and the hardest problem of this competition.

mehmet - September 03, 2016 - 08:12
   [A HOLLOW CUBE] Note

Dear PuzzleUp Contenders,

The note below has has been added to the problem text:

"The holes go through the whole cube."

Please take notice and submit your answers accordingly.

Regards,
The PuzzleUp Team

PUZZLEUP - August 11, 2016 - 08:32
   [A HOLLOW CUBE] Holes

Does this mean that we can watch through the other side through the hole ? or its just one set of unit cube which is missing ?

peridream - August 10, 2016 - 20:20
   [A HOLLOW CUBE] Question

I assume that the holes of the cube go through the whole cube.

So the depth of the holes IS NOT only one layer.

euklid - August 10, 2016 - 19:10
   [A HOLLOW CUBE] Clarification request

It is not clear whether the hole is only in the 6 faces (the interior of the cube being full) or the holes go through the whole cube (i.e. the figure represents what one can see when one looks at any face of the cube, and one needs to find the maximum number of sticks).

vinc17 - August 10, 2016 - 18:44
   [A HOLLOW CUBE] Question

What is two-cubed shape. Can you draw it?

zel47 - August 10, 2016 - 12:28
   Numbered Balls

Nice, but I think it would have been much better, if you had asked for the exact probability.

Dandelo - August 05, 2016 - 08:59
   [NUMBERED BALLS] brilliant

thats quite a challanging one. tx

allanc - August 04, 2016 - 07:11
   [NUMBERED BALLS]

Good problem

mehmet - August 03, 2016 - 21:43
   [PENTAGON] Change in the text

Dear PuzzleUp Contenders,

To clarify the meaning, the question text has been changed.

Old: "...If a pentagon can be formed by rotating another..."

New: "...If a pentagon can be formed by reflecting and/or rotating another..."

Please take notice and submit your answers accordingly.

Regards,
The PuzzleUp Team

PUZZLEUP - July 27, 2016 - 21:00
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