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Author:  pnm [ Mon Jan 20, 2014 9:57 am ] 
Post subject:  Re: Subtraction and division cages 
jpassaro wrote: Must it be positive 4, or can it potentially be 4 as well? It can be 4, but only if 4 is the target result of the cage. (so in that case it would have "4" as the clue) jpassaro wrote: For example, 013 = 4; could we use (0,1,3) as a solution for this cage? No, because here the target result is 4. Patrick 
Author:  nicow [ Wed Jan 22, 2014 12:41 pm ] 
Post subject:  Re: Subtraction and division cages 
@jpassaro: subtraction in a nmulticell cage is: take one of the cells, and subtract the other ones from it. So you have n solutions. For instance in a 3cell cage there are 3 solutions: a  (b + c) or b  (a + c) or c  (a + b) "4" is to be read as: the outcome is 4, en the way to do is ''. You might put a comma in between as well: "4," 
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