地雷探知機のクロスワード

これは私に起こったランダムな考えです。これは、雑誌、ノングログラム、およびクロスワードの側面を組み合わせることで構成されています。これは、面白いと思いますが、難しいパズルです。

これは多段階のパズルです。最初の部分は解決策として数字を持ち、最後の部分は解決策としてよく知られた言葉を持つでしょう。残りはあなたが理解するまでです。

The Rules:

      

  • 各行/列は手がかりで構成されています。
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  • 各手がかりには、括弧「()」に何桁の数字が書かれています。
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  • 桁数が8を超えたり0未満です。ただし、手がかりの合計は8を超えることがあります。
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  • それぞれの手がかりは別々の箇条書きにあります。
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  • 各手がかりの間に(少なくとも)1つのスペースがあります。
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  • 中括弧 “{}”の間の数字は、行/列のスペースの合計数です。
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  • ヒントが行全体を参照すると、箇条書きにはもう少しタブが表示されます。
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ルールが不明な場合は、コメントやチャットで私に尋ねてください。質問を修正して、ルールをより明確にするように修正します。

明確化:

      

  • 1行に “1つだけの番号を持つ”と表示されている場合、行の数字はすべて3、3、3、6、6、6のいずれかになります。
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手がかり:

Grid:

There are 162 digits in this grid totaling 498.

Rows:

1: {2}

  • A pair (1)
  • The only Even One cubed, with only Primes (3)
  • A uniquely even perfect one (2)

2: {6}

  • One’s older brother (1)
  • The second Prime (1)

3: {1}

  • The Fourth’s younger siblings that add to the Fourth (2)
  • A square with itself in the ones place and two older twins and
    two younger twins (5)

4: {6}

  • Binary (1)
  • A Pentagon (1)

5: {4}

  • Half of a half of a half of a half of a half of a half of 128
    (1)
  • Sums to seven, the middle (2)
  • A triplet (1)

6: {1}

  • An even and an odd (in that order) adding up to the Fourth
    (2)
  • Two ones made with a number three times, its double, and its
    half (5)

7: {3}

  • A duo(1)
  • A lucky number (in the US) made from an unlucky number (in
    Japan/China) and one less (2)
  • A perfect made from a number and its double (2)

8: {6}

  • A trio less one (1)
  • A quad (1)

9: {1}

  • A Prime made from non-consecutive Primes (2)
  • The Ninth made from a Second, two Thirds, a perfect, and a
    doubled First(5)

10: {5}

  • Uno plus one (1)
  • The Third (1)
  • The Second (1)

11: {6}

  • A perfect in half (1)
  • Twice the first on this line (1)

12: {3}

  • The First (1)
  • Thrice the First (1)
  • The Fourth, made with a First (2)

13: {3}

  • The Third, made with the useless multiplier (2)
  • One hand (1)
  • A pair made without twins (2)

14: {1}

  • Same of the first on the line above (2)
  • Equals this line with three unique Ones, a middleman, and the
    empty one (5)

15: {4}

  • 12:’s #1 (1)
  • A rooted ‘no’ (1)
  • The two useless ones (2)

16: {3}

  • The Highest (under a hundred) plus the First divided by 33
    (1)
  • The fifth in a certain spiral (1)
  • Totaling the Fourth using the useless divider and some
    twins(3)

17: {4}

  • A perfect divided by the First (1)
  • The First Cubed, made from Primes (2)
  • Same as 18:’s #3

18: {4}

  • This line only has one number
    • (1)
    • The Third and Fourth’s middleman(2)
    • (1)

19: {4}

  • A song sung by Fievel and Tiger (1)
  • Totaling the end of this year (year this was originally posted)
    the last two’s root and then half that (2)
  • If you add the digits of any of this number’s multiples you’ll
    get a multiple of this number (1)

20: {1}

  • 6:’s #1 (2)
  • Totaling double the first clue (on this line) less one, made
    with three Firsts and two followers (one of each) (5)

21: {4}

  • The beginning of this line (1)
  • Twice the previous clue plus the end of this line (1)
  • Totaling the previous clue using the first one (of this line)
    (2)

22: {5}

  • This line only has one number
    • (1)
    • Totals an imperfect composite less than one short a decade
      (2)

23: {1}

  • Same as 12:’s last, but flipped (2)
  • Totaling Eighth, with a Third, younger twins and older twins
    (5)

24: {5}

  • This line fills the podium, but with only the First in the
    right place

    • (1)
    • (1)
    • (1)

25: {6}

  • Same as the line above, but missing a number
    • (1)
    • (1)

26: {1}

  • Same as line 23: but the last number is one less
    • (2)
    • (5)

27: {4}

  • The digit that starts this line is this one (1)
  • A root of this line (1)
  • The smallest sum from two different positive integers (2)

28: {4}

  • An uncommon operator? Maybe: Maybe not (1)
  • The end of this line, only Primes (2)
  • Used in squares (1)

29: {5}

  • This line only has one number
    • (1)
    • Totals a square composite that when doubled becomes a cube
      (2)

30: {1}

  • Top and bottom to make a fourth (2)
  • Totals the Second squared then doubled, with two Seconds, one
    above, one below, and a Second doubled (5)

31: {4}

  • A trio plus none (2)
  • A quartet (1)
  • The Knights Who Say Ni, from Japanese (1)

32: {1}

  • Same as the clue above but plus one (2)
  • Same as 30:’s last but the first is one less (5)

33: {4}

  • The powers of two (sort of)
    • (1)
    • Twice the previous plus one (1)
    • The first doubled twice (2)

34: {6}

  • Looks like 11 (1)
  • Looks like 101 (1)

35: {3}

  • One higher than 4:’s first (1)
  • One above plus the previous clue (2)
  • Same as the previous clue (2)

36: {3}

  • The lower of this line’s two factors (1)
  • Two Firsts with two useless multipliers in between (4)

Columns:

a: {0}

  • Totaling the Twenty-First, with two dozen Firsts, a Fourth’s
    worth of Seconds, and the rest useless one way or another (36)

b: {25}

  • All the single numbers are the same
    • (1)
    • (1)
    • (1)
    • One less than the singles of this column, twice (2)
    • (1)
    • (1)
    • (1)
    • Same as the double clue from this column but with the second
      being one less, twice (3)

c: {34}

  • Last one to place (1)
  • Almost Runner up (1)

d: {8}

  • Totals for this column are:
    • 15 (4)
    • 28 (6)
    • 10 (2)
    • 10 (2)
    • 13 (3)
    • 20 (4)
    • 15 (3)
    • 11 (3)

e: {15}

  • “C” (1)
  • The closest to death, in Asia (1)
  • Same as 1:’s second, in the same order (3)
  • A leg?, Japanese to English (1)
  • Perfect (1)
  • N = (C + O)/2 (2)
  • Two Seconds and two Firsts (4)
  • Half the previous clue, same numbers (2)
  • Consecutive but out of order, Second to Third (3)
  • Eyes on the classic nerd (1)
  • 16:00 (1)
  • All but a confused argument (2)

f: {18}

  • The second squared upside-down (1)
  • Same as 1:’s last, same order (2)
  • Hexagon (1)
  • Triangle (1)
  • Highest number of consecutive “eyes” in Rome (1)
  • Also pound (1)
  • A triplet of Firsts followed by their double (4)
  • Rectangle (1)
  • This paradoxical clue is incorrectly written (323)
  • One, two, …, five six (2)
  • A muddled cheese tofu mural (1)

g: {12}

  • Like in golf (1)
  • Double the line this clue is on (1)
  • Same as 19:’s second but different order (2)
  • “E” (1)
  • The First to e:’s second, with the Third, two Firsts, a useless
    number, and two Seconds (6)
  • Multiplied, its cube. Added, its square (3)
  • Leap Year (1)
  • Added, the Third. Subtracted, a useless number. (2)
  • Trouble counting, First to a young composite, with a restart
    (5)
  • d:’s last numbers, same order (2)

h: {14}

  • Same as the very first number (1)
  • Double the very first number (1)
  • Adds to perfection (3)
  • Two halves made perfect (2)
  • Adds to the Second with the First (5)
  • You and two friends (1)
  • A couple (1)
  • You, two friends, and a mirror (2)
  • Adds to the Third, with the First twice (3)
  • “B” (1)
  • Looks like 10 (1)
  • One less than a medical means to administer drugs (1)

よく知られている見積もりは何ですか?それは誰ですか?

ベストアンサー

(私はCWを見ることなくこれをしました。私は自分自身に恣意的な制限を課したとしてもクレジットを請求しませんが、それは自分の間違いを意味します:-))

最後のグリッドは次のとおりです。

 2#3 2 3#4 2  2#3####  2 5#5 4 6 6 4
 2#5####  2##3#4#3  2 5#4 2 2 2 1  2##4 3#4 2
 2#4####  2 5#5 4 6 5 3  2##5##3  3#6####
 2###6#5 2  1 4#5#2 0  1 4#5 4 3 2 0  2##3#1 0
 3#5#3 3 1  3##3 3#3#  3##3#3#3  2#4#2#3#
 2 5#3 2 2 3 2  2##5#2 3#  2##2#2##  2 5#5 3 4
4 3  2##5##3  2#5####  2 5#5 4 4 3 2  2###3#2 1
 3##5#3#2  2####2 2#  1 4#6 4 3 3 2  0 3#4#2#
 1 3#5 4 2 3 2  2#5#4#4#  3#5#####  3#4 3#4 3
 2##2 1 1 2#

次の制約に従います。

セルに数字が含まれている場合、その番号は周囲のスペースの総数です(地雷除去器の場合のように)。これが最大桁数が9ではなく8である理由です。

我々が解釈するならば

各行にはASCII番号のビットが含まれています

我々が得る

“やってはいけない、やってないよ – ヨーダ”

「第1」、「第2」などはもちろんです

素数。

セルのグループが集合的に参照されるとき、

それらの合計は通常意図されている(決して、それらを10進数の数字として扱うことによって得られた数ではない)

注:これを解決する過程で、dcfyjが修正したパズルのエラーがいくつか見つかりましたが、いくつかの不一致が(1)パズルの中、(2)私の答え、または(3)の間に残る可能性があります。私はそれらのいずれかを指摘してくれたことに感謝します:-)。

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