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1/10/2017 7:23:47 PM

Josh
Josh
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Hi Dell editors,

I remember solving this one at some point (perhaps a back issue batch) but didn't share then, and it's repeated with the same issue here: The first two squares of the third and fifth rows of Sum Logic #1 in this issue both use the numbers 19 and 4, making a non-unique answer as they can be alternated and still have a successful solve. I'm pretty sure the goal is a unique solution so wanted to mention it here in case that's an issue.

Thanks,

Josh
edited by jjofriends on 1/10/2017

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