# 006_Number Puzzles

# Number Puzzles

Each number in the grid indicates the exact number of black squares that should share borders with it. Shade the empty squares until all the numbers are surrounded by the correct number of black squares. Don’t shade any numbered squares, and there is only one solution.

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Complete the Number Square so that the numbers 1 to 25 are all in the grid, and all rows and columns add up to the totals indicated to the right and below.

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Divide the Shikaku grid into rectangles. Each rectangle must contain a single number, and that number must describe exactly how many boxes there are in the rectangle.

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Moving from 5 to 6, pick up fourmore numbers so that all add up to 27.

All six must be different.

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Find the FIVE matching tiles.

Set the numbers to find the year in the 1600s when on those tiles, in the order they appear, among the mathematical signs below

Colonel Blood dressed as a priest, with two accomplices, stole the crown, orb but was pardoned and sceptre from the Tower of London. He was caught outside, by Charles II.

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Each row across, down, and the two diagonals add up to the given total.

A number outside the grid must be inserted anywhere along that line,without repeats.

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Insert the signs, in any order, once only, in the figures to balance the sum.

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The digits of one circle have a total which is 8 more than that of another. What is that total?

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Replace every star with the same unused number to balance the sum.

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In order to crack open the safe solve the six digit code. You are given six clues. The letters can be any number between 0-6.

# Kids Number Puzzles

Find the three lines with the same total and use the letters in those lines to form a word.

Moving from 5 to 6 pick up four more numbers so that all add up to 27. All six must be different.

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What is the total of these single-digit numbers?

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Complete the sums by filling in the boxes with two consecutive numbers. (This means numbers next to one another, such as 5 & 6, ore 13 & 13)

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Divide the numbers in the rings by 7 and write the answers in the spaces. Cross off the letters with EVEN numbers next to them.

Unscramble the remaining letters to reveal a word.

Clue: out of this world.

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Additions

Cracking The Safe

Crossnumber

Duelling Dimensions

Gridlock

Hitori

Join The Numbers

Kakuro

Kid's Number Play

Magic Square

More or Less/Futoshika

Number Cruncher

Number Cruncher TMY

Number Fun Junior

Number Fun Metro

Number Play

Quick Number Workout

Spinning Wheel

Star Numbers

Complete the six equations, three across and three downwards, by fitting all the digits from 1 to 9 into the empty green squares.

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