- Your goal is to fill the grid with numbers so that no numbers repeat in any row or column. In a 4 x 4 grid, use the numbers 1–4. In a 6 x 6 grid, use numbers 1–6. You can enter numbers by clicking or using the keyboard.
- The heavily-outlined squares in each grid are called “cages.” In the upper-left corner of each cage, there is a “target number” and a math operation (+, –, x, ÷).
- Fill in each square of a cage with a number. The numbers in each cage must combine — in any order, using only that cage’s math operation — to form that cage’s target number.
- Cages with just one square should be filled in with the number in that cage’s top corner…it’s a freebie!
- You CAN repeat a number within a cage, as long as those repeated numbers are not in the same row or column.
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