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There is a relation between rectilinear-adjacent squares such that there is a unique rectilinear path from the top-left corner of the grid down to the bottom-right corner of the grid. Each square can participate in the path no more than once. What is the relation and the path it induces?

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The path is as follows

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And the relationship is

Numbers in path are primes or prime powers. Put another way, numbers in adjacent squares both have the same number (1) of distinct prime divisors.

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  • $\begingroup$ rot13(Gur vagraqrq eryngvba jnf gung gjb nqwnprag fdhnerf unq gur fnzr aba-qrtrarengr pbhag bs cevzr snpgbef, ohg lbhe eryngvba vf n fbyhgvba sbe guvf tevq!) Congratulations! $\endgroup$ – Galen May 14 '20 at 2:10
  • $\begingroup$ rot13(V'z purevgnoyl nffhzvat lbh zrnag gung nqwnprag fdhnerf ubyq gur eryngvba bs obgu univat gur nsberzragvbarq cebcregl, ohg na rqvg jbhyq or nccerpvngrq.) $\endgroup$ – Galen May 14 '20 at 2:12
  • $\begingroup$ That's great, thanks! $\endgroup$ – Galen May 14 '20 at 2:26

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