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?)
7 1 8 2
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.
2 8 1 7
Fill below squares with all the integers from 1 to 18 (using each number only once), such that each equation holds true?
Given below is a figure. You have to fill in the numbers from 1 up to 16 in such a way that you get 29 when you add the numbers in each row.
The numbers 1 up to and including 8 must be put in the circles of the picture. However, numbers in neighboring circles must differ by more than 1. For example, circles connected to a circle with a 4 may not contain a 3 or a 5.
? + ? + ? + ? + ? = 30
You have to fill numbers in place of question marks. The numbers that you can use are 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15. You can repeat the numbers if you like.