The calendar puzzle consists of printed squares on a board, the months of January through December are printed inside these squares. For example, one square has January printed on it, and another has June printed on it. Apart from these 12 squares, consisting of months, there are 31 other squares that have the numbers 1-31 printed inside them. These denote the dates 1-31. So, now that we know what a calendar puzzle looks like, let’s figure out how to solve it.
A calendar puzzle is solved, for a day, by covering each and every square except the ones denoting the day. For example, if we want to solve the calendar puzzle for March 1st, we have to cover each and every square in the puzzle except for two, the square having March printed on it, and the square having 1 printed on it.
Well, we’ve seen the solution for the months of January and February in our previous blogs, let’s figure out the solutions for March! Note that there may be multiple different solutions for one day.
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Sarthak Masta is a speedcuber from Raipur. He started cubing in 2013 and now has 9 years of cubing experience. Apart from cubing, Sarthak enjoys making music and singing. He has attended a total of 7 competitions in Raipur and has gotten 10 podiums, with 2 gold medals, 4 silver medals and 4 bronze medals.
30 March is wrong