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Sunday Times Teaser 2590 – Moving Downwards

by Graham Smith

Published: 13 May 2012 (link)

A three-by-three array of the nine digits 1 — 9 is said to be “downward moving” if each digit is less than the digit to the east of it and to the south of it — see, for example, the keypad on a mobile phone.

If you knew the sum of the digits in the left hand column and whether the middle digit was even or odd, you could work out my arrangement.

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