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September 2014 Puzzle

A prisoner is being held captive in a room with six doors numbered 1 through 6.  Three of the doors are entrances only, while the other three are exits only.  Two guards enter the room; one through door 3 and the other through door 6.  They make the following deal with the prisoner. 

The prisoner can go free if he goes through each of the six doors exactly once each with the following restrictions.  Door 1 can only be followed by doors 2 or 4; door 2 can only be followed by doors 1 or 5; door 3 can only be followed by doors 1 or 2; door 4 can only be followed by doors 5 or 6; door 5 can only be followed by doors 3 or 6; door 6 can only be followed by doors 4 or 5.  The guards unlock all of the doors and then leave through door 1. 

In what order must the prisoner pass through the doors in order to be set free? 

*September's Puzzle is Due by Sep. 30*


 
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