Correct solutions earn eternal fame.
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|Aad Thoen||The Netherlands|
|Aad van de Wetering||The Netherlands|
|Odette De Meulemeester||Belgium|
|Sander Waalboer||The Netherlands|
|Martin Friedeman||The Netherlands|
|Lisan Sanders||The Netherlands|
|Luc Gheysens and Ingrid Callens||Belgium|
|Ilse De Boeck||Belgium|
|Edo Timmermans||The Netherlands|
|Nico Looije||The Netherlands|
|Peter Jeuken||The Netherlands|
|Matthijs Coster||The Netherlands|
Bob Henderson:"I found a few semi-magic diamonds and tried putting them into the Heart-Sudoku. It took my solver about one second to find this unique solution. Thank you for sharing this puzzle with me!"
Many more sudokuís
containing magic squares (of various sizes) can be found in the book "Exotische
Do you know our site on pento-magic squares? It was constructed for a contest in the magazine Pythagoras
math magazine Pythagoras
of november 2005 the article "SUDOKU light" appeared.
Question 4 was quite familiar to us. Had the writers found their inspiration on our site? It looked a lot like our potpourri-probleem 1.
On the occasion of
that we all together made a
For the purpose of Valentineís Day they got a different appearance.
Place the hearts in such a way that every color appears once in every row, every column and every pentomino.
see the solution you can click each time on the puzzle.
Many thanks to Aad van de Wetering who helped us to determine the puzzles with as few as possible numbers given at the start.
On his advice this time our puzzles contain five different pentominoes and we did not use the I and P. Then still seven different possibilities remain for the squares.