## Hitori

(Eingestellt am 19. September 2010, 15:52 Uhr von zhergan)

The figure below belongs to a hitori puzzle with unique solution. But my friend erased 3 digits and wrote the letters A, B and C instead of them. He also give the following hints about the letters:

** A, B and C stand for different digits.

** All A, B and C are less than 5.

** C is the arithmetic mean of A and B.

Reconstruct the hitori puzzle with unique solution and solve for it. Here are the rules of the hitori:

Shade some squares so that the numbers don’t appear in a row or column more than once. In addition, shaded squares must not touch each other vertically or horizontally while all un-shaded squares must create a single continuous area.

Lösungscode: First give the three digits for ABC respectively, then enter the number of shaded cells in each row from top to bottom.

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### Kommentare

am 4. Oktober 2010, 21:00 Uhr von Skinny Norris
400! :)

am 19. September 2010, 16:54 Uhr von zhergan
Hi an additional information is added to the puzzle text to satisfy the uniqueness. Thanks Philipp for warning. Sorry for that...

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