## The 7 Easiest Logic/Number Puzzles In The World |

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Sure enough, trying to find the
10 hardest logic and/or number puzzles is all good and well,
but what about us mere mortals?
Puzzles should be entertaining, a short and mild diversion, and *not* keep you up three nights in a row.
So for everyone who's looking for puzzles that are definitely *not* taxing, this page is for you!

The World's Easiest: | Sudoku | Calcudoku | Chess Problem | Sudoku 32 Clues | Kakuro | Fill-a-Pix | Bongard Problem |

1. The World's Easiest Sudoku There are quite a few super-easy Sudoku puzzles out there, and after months of research we think we found the easiest! Experts have rated this puzzle "-10 out of 5 stars" and "Are you kidding?" | 2. The Easiest Calcudoku
In a 2×2 Calcudoku each row and each column has the numbers 1 and 2 exactly once.
The numbers in the group of cells marked with |

3. The Easiest Mate In 6 Now you can finally brag you can solve a "white to mate in 6" chess problem | 4. The World's Easiest Sudoku with 32 Clues David Filmer (david(at)flockman(dot)com) sent in this easiest Sudoku starting with 32 clues. He challenges anyone to find an even easier one (send yours to him or use the form below). |

5. The Easiest Kakuro The Kakuro puzzle combines elements of Sudoku, logic, crosswords, and basic math into one. From the Wikipedia page on Kakuro: "The objective of the puzzle is to insert a digit from 1 to 9 inclusive into each white cell such that the sum of the numbers in each entry matches the clue associated with it and that no digit is duplicated in any entry". | 6. The Easiest Fill-a-Pix Fill-a-Pix is a Minesweeper-like puzzle based on a grid with a pixilated picture hidden inside. The cells with a number show how many cells in the 3×3 grid should be black. What mysterious image is hidden in the grid below?? For more about Fill-a-Pix, check the Get started section on conceptispuzzles.com. |

7. The Easiest Bongard Problem This type of puzzle first appeared in a book by Russian scientist M. Bongard in 1967. To solve the puzzle, you have to find a rule that the 6 patterns on the left hand side conform to. The 6 patterns on the right do not conform to this rule... They became more widely known after Douglas Hofstadter mentioned them in his book "Gödel, Escher, Bach". Easily the most information on Bongard problems can be found on Harry Foundalis' site. |

© Patrick Min, 2014

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