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Killer Maths

(Eingestellt am 26. März 2020, 20:07 Uhr von Mesmer)

Rules: Normals Sudoku rules apply. Normal Killer Sudoku rules apply (numbers must not repeat inside the cages). The equations/inequalities between the cage values will walk you through the solution.

I think it is easy enough, so I hope you will have fun with it

Lösungscode: [1st Row][2nd Row] An 18-digit number, no gaps or commas etc.

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Gestern, 23:16 Uhr von Rollo

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Gestern, 23:10 Uhr von jessica6
the "cage values" are the sums of the cages, right? So the operations are applied to the small numbers which normally would indicate the cage sums, and not applied to the cell values themselves.

am 26. März 2020, 22:01 Uhr von Dandelo
Nice puzzle. Straight solution path, but not too easy.

Gaps in the solution code are ignored anyway.

am 26. März 2020, 21:11 Uhr von Mesmer
Changed "cells" to "cages" in the rules.

Zuletzt geändert am 26. März 2020, 21:08 Uhr

am 26. März 2020, 21:08 Uhr von Mesmer
Yes, the operations are between the values of the cages. (In the rules I call them "cells"). Eg if cage_1 is 3 and cage_2 is 5 , if the applied operation is +, then cage_3 is 8. I hope it is clearer now.

am 26. März 2020, 20:48 Uhr von Circleconstant314
If there is an operation between cages, does that mean the operation is applied to the total sum of the cages? If in addition the operations lead to an equality sign, like how there's [cage 1] + [cage 2] = [cage 3], does this mean exactly that cage 1 + cage 2 = cage 3?

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