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tech:others:color_coordination_puzzle_solution_explanation [2014/11/15 09:13] (current)
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 +To page explains why the [[tech:​others:​color_coordination_puzzle_solution_by_sql|Solution by SQL]] solves the puzzle [[tech:​others:​color_coordination_puzzle|Color Coordination Puzzle]]
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 +If you run the SQL here is what you will get:
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 +^blk_num ^ color_position ^ color_cd ^
 +| 2 | 0 | Y |
 +| 1 | 2 | R |
 +| 6 | 4 | W |
 +| 0 | 3 | G |
 +| 3 | 1 | X |
 +| 4 | 5 | B |
 +| 5 | 0 | Y |
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 +What does this output mean?\\
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 +The table CIRCLES has the following definition: \\
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 +BLK_NUM is the Block Number or the Piece Number (corresponds to each cookie and ranges from 0 to 6) COLOR_POSITION ranges from 0 to 5 and is useful in determining the sequence of the dots on the cookie COLOR_CD is of course the color of the dot. \\
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 +When we defined the table data each cookie was given a number from 0 to 6. This is the original number. \\
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 +The result is the order in which you need to place the cookies (based on the original number). So you place cookie # 2, 1st and keep going clockwise, placing cookie #1 next and so on until you complete the circle. You place the last cookie (# 5) in the center. \\
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 +The 2nd and 3rd values in the output help you rotate the placed cookies and align the dots. So rotate (or place cookie) # 1 so that Yellow is facing the center. Red dot faces center for cookie # 2 and so on. \\
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 +Check out the picture below as well for the explanation of the solution above. ​
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 +{{general:​discs_puzzle_sol.jpg|}}
  

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