With a grid measuring 8 x 13 my question would seem somewhat elementary: 'Given 4 packages of interlocking foam squares, with each package containing 26 interlocking pieces, each bearing a different letter of the alphabet A thru Z what arrangement of letters provides for the most number of different words in the English language with maybe a Greek or Latin word thrown in for good measure?' EXCEPT FOR ONE LITTLE THING....
For reasons too ridiculous to mention one of the two perimeter rows measuring 13 must contain two of the 4 "B"'s side by side..See diagram: It does not matter how any of the other letters are orientated but those two B's must remain as is.
I thought there might be a computer I could pose the problem to? Can anyone help me?