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|Sunday, 26 February 2012|
Puzzle courtesy of Barry R. Clarke, columnist for The Daily Telegraph and international puzzle expert.
A prisoner requests a transfer to a cell with the maximum possible volume but unfortunately it is also the cell with the smallest window. The window is x+1 square and the cell has dimensions 3–x, 1–x, and 2–x. What is the volume that no cell can exceed?
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