# Decide

The rectangle is divided into seven fields. On each box is to write just one of the numbers 1, 2, and 3.

Mirek argues that it can be done so that the sum of the two numbers written next to each other is always different. Zuzana (Susan) instead argues that it is not possible. Decide which of them is right.

Mirek argues that it can be done so that the sum of the two numbers written next to each other is always different. Zuzana (Susan) instead argues that it is not possible. Decide which of them is right.

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