#### Topic: Re: three

Why it is the rectilinear approach does not work? Still as works, if we after speed do not pursue. It is stupid to place 3 figures in each cell in 4 orientations and to check that gets out, and that is superimposed. (40*4 ^3 variants of layouts, on each 7*3 checks, only 86 016 000 operations. Well let each check is 20 instructions and instructions not always on one clock period At clock frequency of 3 gigahertz is 1760 / 3000 seconds, i.e. it is less than second.

#### Re: Re: three

Hello, Ejnstok Fajr, you wrote: > Why it is the rectilinear approach does not work? Still as works, if we after speed do not pursue. > it is stupid to place 3 figures in each cell in 4 orientations and to check that gets out, and that is superimposed. Not in four orientations, it is possible also to overturn specularly across and on a vertical, but is not present. I wrote a program which is sorting out all variants. The rectilinear decision is not present. Got into Google, found the decision. In general, just so hackers also work. Use the approach which has been not provided by direct logic

#### Re: Re: three

Hello, Maniacal, you wrote: M> Not in four orientations, it is possible also to overturn specularly across and on a vertical, but is not present. I wrote a program which is sorting out all variants. Mirror turn here only one, unless is not present? Taking into account plural turns on 90 degrees. M> the rectilinear decision is not present. Got into Google, found the decision. In general, just so hackers also work. Use the approach which has been not provided by direct logic Really obliquely?

#### Re: Re: three

Hello, Kodt, you wrote: At a sight on : , Fejsbuk... And what for the third ?