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What is the phrase I'm looking for?


     • 3x3

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The answer is:

ARROW SEQUENCE

Because if you...

...draw a 3x3 grid of dots and draw the shown arrows in sequence in the only way that fits entirely within the 3x3 grid, you spell out the following letters:

ARROW SEQUENCE spelled out

Note that where arrows are grouped in brackets, the arrows themselves are not drawn but instead a diagonal line is drawn directly to the position that would ultimately be reached if those lines had been drawn out.

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The phrase you are looking for is:

ARROW SEQUENCE

The 3x3 hints to use a three by three grid of dots.
And following the directions of the arrows (drawing diagonals where they are in parentheses) gives you the letters of the answer.

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  • $\begingroup$ Ha, it's a 3-way tie! $\endgroup$
    – Stiv
    Nov 25, 2022 at 14:04

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