How do I solve this: You borrowed 50k from your mum and 50k from your dad to buy a laptop worth 97k.

You're left with 3k, you gave your mum 1k, your dad 1k and 1k to yourself.

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It doesn't look as helpful as the cross-hatch grid, does it?

And yet we'll see that the puzzle practically solves itself on a fill-in grid, while if you tried to use a crosshatch grid for this puzzle, you'd just get this far and no farther:to break into a puzzle that has a fill-in grid is to find a list of all the people involved.To learn more or modify/prevent the use of cookies, see our Cookie Policy and Privacy Policy.A lot of the Daily Challenge puzzles and Hard level puzzle packs contain games which require a more advanced knowledge of the Either Or clues. if you carry on down that same column you can see that Glasgow also isn’t equal to Instagram or Cell Phones.a set of objects are to be assigned (or mapped) to a second set of objects.The specific assignments are determined by a set of logic statements or conditions.The conventional method to solve this form of problems is to represent the values of the two object sets, one as rows and the second as columns.The cell values represent assignment between the members of the two sets.For example one set may be husbands and the second wives; problem will be to determine who is married to whom according to a set of conditions.The names of husbands may form row labels and names of wives column labels.So where we see Buses and Glasgow is already false, we can also see that Buses are not equal to Birmingham either.So that then tells us that May 14th and 6000 CANNOT equal Birmingham either. .” and you’ll be able to solve some of the more difficult puzzles.

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