POW 12 Black Knight Switch

POW 12 Black Knight Switch - POW #12 T THE BIG KNIGHT...

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L POW #12 THE BIG KNIGHT SWITCH T PROBLEM STATEMENT: For POW 12, I am asked if four knight's, (two black and two white) can switch places, while perpendicular to each other, (meaning two black knights are on one side of a 3x3 chess board with two white knights adjacent to them. They, were feeling restless and decided to attempt to see if this were possible. Keeping in mind the following guidelines: · No two pieces can occupy the same square · Knight's can pass or jump over each other · The can only move two square forward and one to the right or one forward and two to the right · Nothing is mentioned about proper turns, i.e. white first, then black, then white. ...etc. ... With those guidelines I was set to attempt to find if it were possible for the knights to switch places with each other, following only the guidelines above. PROCESS: In first approaching this POW, I reviewed for what it was exactly this POW was asking for, making a clear mental image of the POW embed itself into my mind. After carefully re-reading the POW and its guidelines, I had a somewhat solid idea
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course ACCT 101 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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POW 12 Black Knight Switch - POW #12 T THE BIG KNIGHT...

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