Question about Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious Village Games for DS

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This continues to be the most commonly asked about Curious Village puzzle on FixYa (a quick search reveals many pages of answers)

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

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7.4. You can use online calculators to convert square meters to square feet and then divide the answer by 100.

Jun 29, 2017 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You don't. Cubic meter is a measure of volume while square meter is a measure of volume.

For example, consider a room that's ten meters by ten meters, The room is 100 square meters. Now consider a ceiling that's two meters high. The volume is 200 cubic meters. Then raise the ceiling a meter so it's three meters high. Now the volume is 300 cubic meters, while the area is still 100 square meters.

For example, consider a room that's ten meters by ten meters, The room is 100 square meters. Now consider a ceiling that's two meters high. The volume is 200 cubic meters. Then raise the ceiling a meter so it's three meters high. Now the volume is 300 cubic meters, while the area is still 100 square meters.

Oct 30, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

12 x 9 = 108 L X B = Sq M. therefore the answer is 108 square meters.

Proof: A square 10 unit by 10 units, will contain 100, 1 unit by 1 unit squares.

Proof: A square 10 unit by 10 units, will contain 100, 1 unit by 1 unit squares.

Feb 01, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

This continues to be the most commonly asked about Curious Village puzzle on FixYa (with a quick search revealing several pages of answers)

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

Dec 16, 2010 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

This continues to be the most commonly asked about Curious Village puzzle on FixYa (the quick search would've quickly found the answer)

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

May 20, 2010 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

This continues to be the most commonly asked about Curious Village puzzle on FixYa (a quick search on FixYa reveals several pages of answers)

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

As the hints state, all but one square is tilted and each pin can only be used once

The hints also give you the location of three squares and tell you the size and angle of another two squares

As an extra hint, none of the three small tilted squares mentioned in the hints overlap each other (knowing this gives you the location of one more square and just two possible locations for another)

From here, the rest should be easy (with eight pins to form two squares)

Make sure to use all the pins (all squares must have a pin in each corner)

A picture of the solution can be seen here if you need it

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

Mar 27, 2010 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

Hi,

here is the answer you require

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

please let me know how you got on and if you need any further help

jonniecullen@ireland.com

here is the answer you require

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

please let me know how you got on and if you need any further help

jonniecullen@ireland.com

Dec 28, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

The teach a person to fish answer would be to go to the "help me with" search box at the top of the page and type in, say, layton 100 (which would yield several pages of results as this question has already been asked and answered many times)

The short answer would be that a picture of the solution can be seen here

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

The longer answer (recapping from other FixYa answers) is

The hints give you the location of three of the seven squares and mention that all but one square is at an angle

The hints also give you both the size and angle of two more squares

As an added hint, none of the three small angled squares overlap each other (there's almost no choice on where to put these with this information)

You should now have five squares in place, leaving just two squares to place over eight pins

Remember that each pin can only be used one and that all pins must be used

The short answer would be that a picture of the solution can be seen here

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle100.html

The longer answer (recapping from other FixYa answers) is

The hints give you the location of three of the seven squares and mention that all but one square is at an angle

The hints also give you both the size and angle of two more squares

As an added hint, none of the three small angled squares overlap each other (there's almost no choice on where to put these with this information)

You should now have five squares in place, leaving just two squares to place over eight pins

Remember that each pin can only be used one and that all pins must be used

Nov 17, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

A Matthew Reynolds posted the answer to Puzzle 100 seven squares on February 27th. 2009. it must be somewhere in the system.

Mar 04, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

The exact square root is 14.1419

The 200= 100 * 2

50 * 2 * 2

25 * 2 * 2 * 2

5 * 5 * 2 * 2 * 2

5 * 2 suare root of 2 so the final answer is

10 Square root of 2

The 200= 100 * 2

50 * 2 * 2

25 * 2 * 2 * 2

5 * 5 * 2 * 2 * 2

5 * 2 suare root of 2 so the final answer is

10 Square root of 2

Nov 13, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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