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 Non-distinct Partition Puzzle 
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Posted on: Wed May 19, 2021 5:32 pm




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Post Non-distinct Partition Puzzle
Here's another calcudoku/KenKen style of puzzle but with a different twist. What if the entries in each cage are -forbidden- from being distinct? For example, a cage with three entries which add to 9 could be 4,4,1 but couldn't be 2,3,4, since those numbers are all different. Here are some small quick puzzles just to demonstrate the idea. All of the clues reveal the sums of the entries in that cage, but regardless of whether or not there is a clue, the entries in each cage cannot be distinct!

For the solution, a PDF, and more information, visit: https://quadratablog.blogspot.com/2021/ ... zzles.html

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