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Can eight queens be placed on a chess board so that no one cuts (interferes with) another.

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Yes ,Ofcourse!! I have tried this myself!!

please tell position of queen on above figure. (like . a1 , b6)

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@Naitik Sanghavi – e10 - where's this

@Shobhit Singh – a4,b6,c8,d2,e7,f1,g3,h5..there are several other ways to do this!

@Shobhit Singh – Sorry ,mistakenly wrote that so I deleted that comment!!

yes

I was thinking about maybe using a coloring proof or an invariant?

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a8, b2, c4, d1, e7, f5, g3, h6.

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`\sin \theta`

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please tell position of queen on above figure. (like . a1 , b6)

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a4,b6,c8,d2,e7,f1,g3,h5..there are several other ways to do this!Log in to reply

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I was thinking about maybe using a coloring proof or an invariant?

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thnx

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like mine

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a8, b2, c4, d1, e7, f5, g3, h6.

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