**
****
THE
RULES:**

**1)** You
can rotate the numbers as you wish but you can not use their mirror views.

**2)** The
numbers can intersect each other but they cannot overlap each other. In
other words, a digit cannot be a digit of two different numbers at the same
time.

**3)** All
digits of a number do not have to belong to the same closed way. For
instance, four of the five digits forming the number 3 can belong a closed
way, and remaining one can belong a different closed way. This situation led
you to get bonus. (Look at the Sample Solution 3!) But, one digit of a
number cannot be piece of the two different ways at the same time. (Look at
the invalid solution 2!)

**4)** All
the ways must be closed. There shouldn’t remain any line out of the closed
ways in the platform.
(Look at the invalid solution 1!)

**5)** The
lines forming different ways can also intersect each other. However, any
line cannot touch each other even at the corners. (Except intersecting
point)

**6)** While
creating each closed way you have to use each of the 8 numbers at least
once.

**
Note:**
This rule is not obeyed in the examples and the sample solutions because of
the used small diagrams.

**7)** When
you create more than one way, having a rule-error at any of the ways will
result in not getting point from the others also whether they are correct or
not.

**8)** To
get point, there must be at least one intersection in the whole solution.
(not on each way!)

**9)** In
your solution, pay attention to show the numbers with different colours
which touch or intersect each other.

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****SCORE CALCULATION** :

Firstly; calculate the value of each closed way you create:

To find
the value of a way, multiply the sum of the value of the numbers creating a
closed way with the count of the digits creating that way and with the
count of the corners on that way.

When the
situation which is stated at Rule 3 occurs, namely, if a number is piece of
two different closed ways at the same time, the value of that number is
calculated for both of two ways separately. Pay attention to the score
calculation of sample solution 3.

Then sum up all the values of the ways you had created and multiply this
total sum with the total count of all the intersections in the diagram.