In the city above, create one looping road so that each of the cells with numbers in them will have that many sides touching a road. For example, for a cell with a 3 in it, three of the four sides will be a road.
- The road must be one none branching loop, and the loop may not cross itself, or have dead ends.
- The road can only be on the dotted line.
- Squares with no number can have roads touching them too.
How many sides of the cell with a number sign will be touching a road?
The solution will be available on July 1, 2014 here on Shufflenet.
The Dependability Quiz on April 1 was an April Fools joke! It’s actually impossible. This is the May quiz:
|Statement 1||The answer to this statement is different from the answer to Statement 4||True or False?|
|Statement 2||There are more true statements in this puzzle than false statements||True or False?|
|Statement 3||Statement 1 is true||True or False?|
|Statement 4||Statement 1 is false||True or False?|
|Statement 5||The answer to this statement is different from the answer to Statement 2||True or False?|
Look at Statement 1. What is the answer to Statement 4?
Is Statement 2 true or false? What does that make Statement 5?
Statement 4 is false.
Each of these statements depend on each other. Can you find the answers to them?
|1||The answer to this statement is the same as the answer to Statement 3||True or False?|
|2||The answer to this statement is different from the answer to Statement 1||True or False?|
|3||All the statements in this puzzle have the same answers||True or False?|
The Puzzle of the Month is an exciting new addition to Shufflenet. We will post a puzzle every month and you get to solve it. The solution will be posted the next month. Check back soon for January’s puzzle.