I just got this from some-one and since i can't solve it i'm asking you to see if there IS a way. Because i think it's impossible
This is it: there are 3 dot, and 3 squares. There has to be a line from each of these dots to each of these squares. Lines can't cross. Lines can't go over a house.
Mmmm, seems BMP's aren't displayed.
Simple, draw a line from each dot to each box by going into the far side. I'll get a picture in a moment.
It's incorrect. The most right dot isn't connected to all squares.
You go through the paper onto the other side. Otherwise its impossible.
thats ok i forgot about it anyway lol
I just about have, Its a great excuse if you don't have your homework done, and you scrambling to get that last complex equation done, the teacher walks in, you just scribble a few of them on the page. Then say, I was just working on this riddle.:agreed:
lol i wish that actually worked ;)