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Puzzles of April’s Contest
1. Watches
Submissions should be sent with answer page at http://diogen.h1.ru/cgi-bin/contest/start.pl not later than 24-00 (of Moscowtime) April 10 2009.If you have any question write to forum http://www.forsmarts.com/forum/
2. Serpentine
write the number of right angles of theserpentine.For the given example the answer would be: 6.
Score:
5 points.Each circle should have 1, 2 or 3 arrows of given lengths. The arrows could point vertically, horizontally or diagonally fromthe circles. The arrows could not touch to each other or to other circles. Each empty cell of the grid should contain exactlyone arrow.Draw a serpentine - a single closed line which cannot touch or intersect itself. The line goes through the centres of the cellsand consists of horizontal, vertical or diagonal segments. The serpentine goes through all cells with “confetti” - circles of three colours. In the cells with black circle the line goes vertically or horizontally, in the cells with white circle it goes diago-nally, and in the cell with grey circles it makes turn at 45°, 90° or 135°.
Example:Example:
write the number of verticalarrows of length 2. For the given example theanswer would be: 2.
Score:
4 points.

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3. Forest orienteering*
There are 24 trees in the forest. Tie one tent to the each tree using a rope (it is in the horizontally or vertically neighbouringcell) . Two tents cannot touch each other even by a corner. Digits “2” at the right and in the bottom show the number of thetents in the corresponding row and column. Draw one closed path going vertically or horizontally through all cells without atree. Each rope with a tent is an arrow which shows the direction of a path in the cell with the tent.
write the number of turns of the path.For the given example the answer would be: 18.
Score:
5 points.
4. Flower
Fill in the empty cells with digits from 1 to 9. Each row, col-umn and outlined area should contain different digits whichform consecutive series. For example, 7-cells area could con-tain all digits from 1 to 7, or from 2 to 8, or from 3 to 9.
write the content of marked (fth from the
top) row from left to right.
Score:
6 points.Example:
* The puzzle is devoted to Alexander Pankratov (1961-2009) - the rst Russian Puzzle Champion. He also was a participant and an organizer of orienteering competition.
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445 2631637 4 582674 15 7 2 81573 8 852741 3 86
5. Doku-san
Put some dominoes into the grid. The dominoes cannot overlap. All unused cells should form 10 areas of eight cells each.Areas could touch each other only by a corner. Digits cannot repeat in rows, column and in the areas. You can use part of four complete domino sets from 1-1 to 8-8.
write the quantity of horizon-tal dominoes. For the given example the answer would be: 5.
Score:
7 points.
6. Campus
Draw a fence - single closed loop going along the grid lines. Fence cannot touch itself even diagonally. Fill in the cells withdigits from 1 to 4. Each row and each column should have exactly four cells inside the fence which contain different digits.Digits outside the fence should also be different in rows and columns. Each digit in the grid represent a building of correspond-ing height. Digit in the shadowed cell outside the grid shows the number of visible buildings inside the fence in correspondingdirection (outside buildings are ignored). Digit in the white cell outside the grid shows the number of visible buildings outsidethe fence in corresponding direction (inside buildings are ignored).
Abswer format:
write the content of diagonal from the bottom left to the top right corner. For the given example the answer would be: 44422434.
Score:
8 points.Example:Example withthree areas: