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From: Larry, Rita, Joe, Garrett (wintercr@xyz.net)
Date: Sat Mar 09 2002 - 22:43:55 EST

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    These were fun little puzzles. I am wondering, though, why the solution for H3 states that the cube must be an even number AND LARGER THAN THE CIRCLE. (There are two circles hanging below the cube.) Does that mean that the upper shape must have a greater value? I noticed that in the center strand the cylinder is 2 and the shapes below it have a greater number assigned to them. Am I interpreting this hint incorrectly, or is the rule inconsistent? Was that rule stated before we started and I missed it?
    Thanks,
    Rita Pfenninger

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