# City Grid Logic Puzzle (Easy) Walkthrough

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1.) E3 tells you that A2 is (h)ousing.

2.) A2 tells you that A4 is (p)ark and that A3 is (r)oad.

3.) A3 tells you that all of Row 3 is (r)oad.

4.) D3 tells you that E2 is (e)ducational.

5.) A4 told you that E1 and/or E2 is (h)ousing. Now you know that E1 is (h)ousing.

6.) E1 tells you that all of Column B is (r)oad.

7.) B1 tells you that D1 is (p)ark and that A1 is (s)tore.

8.) A1 tells you that either C1 or D2 is (p)ark and that A5 is (p)ark.

9.) A5 tells you that E4 is (h)ousing.

10.) According to C3, C4 and D4 must be (s)tore and (f)actory, not necessarily respectively. According to A5 and D1, E5 and D4 must be (h)ousing and (f)actory, not necessarily respectively. Therefore D4 must be (f)actory.

11.) According to D1, E5 must be (h)ousing.

11.) According to C3, C4 must be (s)tore.

12.) The only cell directly 2 units away from My House is C2. Therefore, according to C4, C2 must be (s)tore.

13.) C2 tells you that C1 and C5 are (e)ducational and (f)actory, not necessarily respectively. This means, according to A1, that D2 must be (p)ark.

14.) D2 tells you that C5 is not (f)actory. Therefore, according to C2, C1 is (f)actory and C5 is (e)ducational.

15.) According to E5, Lowe’s exists. It has not been placed and only one cell remains. Therefore D5 is (s)tore.

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