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Fill the squares with numbers 1-8 in a manner that none of two consecutive numbers are placed next to each other?

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You are provided with a grid (as shown in the picture). Can you fill the squares with numbers 1-8 in a manner that none of the two consecutive numbers are placed next to each other in any direction (vertically, horizontally or diagonally?)

Grid Puzzle

posted Feb 23, 2015 by anonymous

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4 Answers

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Best answer
  4 6
7 1 8 2
  3 5
answer Feb 23, 2015 by Jaspalsingh Parmar
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The grid should be filled with the numbers in the image pasted.
This is because 1 AND 8 should be filled in the middle as both these numbers have only 1 consecutive number ( 2 and 7 respectively)
Now should place the number 3 ,4 ,5 ,6 in the above 2 and below 2 boxes
Have attached an image which placed each number in that fashion.

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answer Mar 14, 2015 by Muthulakshmi K
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Attachment is added. Thanks
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   6  4
2  8  1  7
   5  3  
answer Mar 10, 2015 by Varghese Anthony
Thanks Salil......
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5743 across

278 down

641 down

answer May 12, 2015 by Ben Gichuhi

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