The Sudoku Challenge is a classic math and puzzles problem that everyone should try to solve once in their life. It can be found in many books, magazines, and newspapers, but the true origin of the challenge dates back to 1978 when a newspaper columnist named David Levy published a simple crossword puzzle titled “Sudoku for Dummies”. The puzzle has been popular ever since and today people of all ages are solving sudoku puzzles on a daily basis. For this challenge, you will be given a set of Sudoku puzzle numbers (1 to 9) and must find the corresponding word or words that make the total number equal to 11. For example, 4-6-2-4 makes 14 because 14 = 4 * 6 * 2 * 4 = 54. The 11 words or clues must be found by matching each number with its corresponding word/sounds like 1 matches with 1, 2 with 2, etc. There are various levels of difficulty so start off easy and work your way up if you can handle it.
Sudoku puzzles are a great way to challenge yourself and keep your brain active. Try this free Sudoku puzzle and see if you can finish it in the time given. Can you find the solution to this challenging sudoku puzzle? Can you find the solution to this difficult sudoku puzzle? This is a new version of an old game that we used to play with my brother when we were kids. It’s very addictive! This is a New Look, New Game, sorry no big changes. You know the drill by now… click the “Play Game” button and see if you can finish the puzzle in the time given or “Reveal Solution” and see if you can beat your own score!
The Sudoku Challenge is a well-known math puzzle that has been around for more than 40 years. Millions of people know the rules, but very few are able to solve the puzzle. It’s a complex problem and there are many ways to solve it. Let's play this engrossing logic game now.
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