Daily Kendoku (CanCan, SquareWisdom) #3

Some may not like the fact that today’s puzzle isn’t actually a SquareWisdom puzzle, instead, it’s actually a true hybrid between Killer Sudoku and Kendoku. Having implemented Kendoku puzzles into my solver&generator program, it was a no brainer to extend it a little further and allow all four operators for my Killer Sudoku puzzles. And here is the result! 🙂 To clarify things, be aware that ALL Killer Sudoku rules apply, namely:
  • numbers CANNOT be repeated in CAGES (nor in rows/columns/nonets)
  • This, of course, is true FOR TODAY’S PUZZLE ONLY! Other KenDoku puzzles on this site, follow all standard KenDoku rules. 9×9 Kendoku and Killer Sudoku hybrid for Wednesday, October 8, 2008. CalcuDoku for Wednesday, Oct 08, 2008
    Difficulty: IQ
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    2 Comments

    1. Pam
      Posted October 8, 2008 at 1:07 pm | Permalink

      I am enjoying these puzzles but would it be possible to use the / symbol for division? When I print the puzzles I find it hard to tell the difference between addition and division.

    2. Posted October 8, 2008 at 8:54 pm | Permalink

      Pam,

      I actually started making these puzzles with “/” but then switched to “÷”. I agree with you that it can be confusing, so I changed it back to “/”.

      As of tomorrow you won’t have this problem!

      Thanks for your feedback.

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