>**Puzzle 182.** What's \\(\Phi(E,a)\\)?

There is a way to get from \\(E\\) to \\(a\\) using \\(S\\) then,

\\[

\Phi(E,a)= 9.4.

\\]

>**Puzzle 183.** What's \\(\Phi(W,c)\\)?

There is a way to get from \\(W\\) to \\(c\\) using \\(N\\) then,

\\[

\Phi(W,c) = 5.7.

\\]

>**Puzzle 184.** What's \\(\Phi(E,c)\\)?

There is a way to get from \\(E\\) to \\(c\\) using \\(S\\) and \\(a\\) then,

\\[

\Phi(E,c) = 9.4.

\\]

There is a way to get from \\(E\\) to \\(a\\) using \\(S\\) then,

\\[

\Phi(E,a)= 9.4.

\\]

>**Puzzle 183.** What's \\(\Phi(W,c)\\)?

There is a way to get from \\(W\\) to \\(c\\) using \\(N\\) then,

\\[

\Phi(W,c) = 5.7.

\\]

>**Puzzle 184.** What's \\(\Phi(E,c)\\)?

There is a way to get from \\(E\\) to \\(c\\) using \\(S\\) and \\(a\\) then,

\\[

\Phi(E,c) = 9.4.

\\]