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Topic: "Logic puzzle" logic
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Quentin Grady

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re: "Logic puzzle" logic
Posted: Dec 7, 1999 12:39 AM
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G'day G'day Folks,

I'd like to thank John, Bertram, Gus, Randy and Captjim and others
who contributed privately to my understanding of logic puzzles. In an
attempt to put together the ideas I have gleaned I have written an
article and uploaded it to my website. Those who venture there will
find that is written for a rather selective audience, those interested
in the psychology of adult learning, so the terminology is likely to
be unfamiliar.

http://linux.inhb.co.nz/blind-dog/solutions.html

The article has already received feedback from that audience so what
I'd like from some of the readers of sci.math is comments on the
purely mathematical aspects. Or anything else for that matter.

Can you suggest improvements?
Are there useful rules that have escaped my attention?

Do you have a link to a math site you'd like me to insert on my site?

I still have no way of handling comparatives well using the grid
concept. Maybe someone has come up with one after the thread was
running it's course and would still like to share it.

Thanks all,
Your generosity is most appreciated.









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