## OCT92 PT6 Game 4....with mapping hypothetical, confused...

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ag912

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### OCT92 PT6 Game 4....with mapping hypothetical, confused...

Doesn't my hypothetical prove that both C (a bridge directly connects L with O) and A (no bridge directly connects L with M) could be correct? Did I mess up somewhere?

Rules:
*Each bridge directly connects exactly two islands with each other/no intersections
*No island has more than three bridges connecting it directly with other islands
*J/K/L are each directly connected by bridge with one or both of M/O
*J is directly connected with exactly two islands
*K is directly connected with exactly one island
*A bridge directly connects J and O and a bridge directly connects M and O

ag912

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### Re: OCT92 PT6 Game 4....with mapping hypothetical, confused...

bump

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### Re: OCT92 PT6 Game 4....with mapping hypothetical, confused...

Question 22 specifies that you need to directly connect K with O. Other than that, your hypo does follow the global rules.