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by Brian Gladman on October 18, 2014

Sunday Times Teaser 2717 – Round the Garden

by Danny Roth

All the sides of a quadrilateral shaped garden are whole numbers of metres, no two of which differ in length by a prime number. The lengths of the three longest sides are prime numbers and somewhere in the lengths of the four sides and the perimeter each of the digits 0 to 9 is used exactly once.

What are the lengths of the sides?

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