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Cosmos - - End Point -

IN­STRUC­TIONS -

Us­ing the clues be­low place the num­bers 1 to 16 cor­rectly in the grid. How many clues do you need?

LEVEL 1 - CHIEF SCI­EN­TIST

1 The high­est prime be­gins a row that ends with the first three con­sec­u­tive num­bers 2 The prod­uct of the first two num­bers in Row A is ex­actly four times greater than the prod­uct of the last two num­bers in Row D 3) The num­ber with the most fac­tors sep­a­rates two sin­gle digit square num­bers in the bot­tom row 4) The three as­cend­ing two-digit num­bers end­ing Row A have a sum of 35 5) The largest odd is the only num­ber in Row B which does not have a fac­tor writ­ten in the square be­low it

LEVEL 2 - SE­NIOR AN­A­LYST

6 The range of Row A is 6 7 The sum of Col­umn 3 is 33 8 The largest num­ber in the di­ag­o­nal with a neg­a­tive gra­di­ent is 8

LEVEL 3 - LAB AS­SIS­TANT

9 The prod­uct of the last two num­bers in Col­umn 4 is 15 10 The dif­fer­ence be­tween the small­est and largest num­ber in Row B is 10 11 There is an odd square num­ber in the bot­tom left cor­ner

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