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A PUZZLE FOR MOTORISTS.





(Unicursal and Route Problems)
Eight motorists drove to church one morning. Their respective houses
and churches, together with the only roads available (the dotted lines),
are shown. One went from his house A to his church A, another from his
house B to his church B, another from C to C, and so on, but it was
afterwards found that no driver ever crossed the track of another car.
Take your pencil and try to trace out their various routes.


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