# A compact grid of squares

Given the information below, connect the red point to one of the four corners of the grid, with exactly six moves.

• Each move ends on a unique point
• Each move, except two consecutive moves, are unique in size.
• Each square is of size $$1$$
• No discontinuities (no abrupt changes in direction) and no intersections allowed
• Each path of the moves follows the same direction

Move:
$$\frac{\pi*r}{2}$$

What have you just done?

• Can you clarify "each path of the moves follows the same direction"? Oct 25 at 6:50
• @user7868 I just meant that the path of all the moves goes in the same direction, starting from the red point. Oct 25 at 7:46

Apologies for the crude drawing but I think the intended solution looks something like this

That is

Six quarter circle segments (as clued by the $$\frac{\pi * r}{2}$$ in the question), corresponding to radii 1,1,2,3,5 and 8 respectively proceeding in an anticlockwise manner.

What have we just created?

Thanks to Daniel Mathias for the correction in the comments.

• Svobanppv fcveny, abg tbyqra. Oct 24 at 17:41
• @DanielMathias Thank you, my mistake Oct 24 at 19:06
• Correct, well done! Oct 24 at 20:59