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Puzzle BB-6.  DOUBLET

DOUBLET is a word game invented by Lewis Carroll, the author of Alice in Wonderland.  He is also a mathematician whose real name is Charles L. Dodgson.  The object of the game is to change a word into another word by successively changing only one letter at the time to form a intermediate valid word. For example, the following process changes the word HIT to RUN:

H I T
H U T
R U T
R U N

Using similar process, convert a

B U N T

INTO A

S A V E

This puzzle is INTERACTIVE in Java-enabled browsers.  

Start the puzzle by clicking on the first row of the upper array.  Form a new word by selecting a letter on the lower alphabet array, followed by clicking on the a cell on the upper array. 

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Slugging Percentage

Slugging Percentage is the average obtained by dividing the total bases recorded by the batter by the total number of at-bats. For example, if Bill Slugger has 232 total bases in 464 at-bats, his slugging percentage is .500.

                           

 

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