The Dominion Post - - Puzzles -

It looks like su­doku, but it’s a true test of arith­metic rather than be­ing a pat­tern puz­zle. Each ver­ti­cal and hor­i­zon­tal line has to con­tain the num­bers 1-6 and the num­bers can’t be re­peated in any row or col­umn.

The num­bers in each heav­ily out­lined set of squares, called cages, must pro­duce the num­ber in the top cor­ner. For ex­am­ple, 9x means the num­bers mul­ti­ply to equal 9.

TIP: Num­bers can be re­peated in a cage, as long as they are not in the same line or row.

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