My-mathematics

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Maths challenge for a snowy day!

KENKEN is a brand-new puzzle. It is arithmetical, and a little like Sudoku, where you have to place the numbers into a square grid. Follow the rules and have a go.

The rules are simple. In this 4×4 KENKEN grid, each row and column must contain the numbers 1 2 3 4, numbers cannot be repeated. Within each heavily outlined area, or cage, numbers can be repeated. Where a cage consists of a single box, the box simply contains the number shown. Follow the arithmetical signs, so the 3-box cage with 11+ below means that the three boxes must add up to 11:

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Good Luck! My-Mathematics team

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