Rose Garden

 

by Boris Kordemsky

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A gardener wants to replant a flower bed. At the moment the flower bed is of a triangular shape and consists of 16 roses planted in 12 straight-line rows with 4 roses in each row - just as shown in the illustration.

What the gardener plans to do is to change the layout of the 16 roses so that now they are planted in 15 rows with 4 roses in each.

Is it the task the gardener can complete? If yes, then how?
Posted: June 27, 2008
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