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Maths Game
   
Maths Game
Maths games for all ages to help you practise all those important mathematics skills including counting, adding, subtraction, times tables, measuring, shapes. Test your memory and your math skills all in one game! Play Maths game with Magic Square

Instructions:
To enter a number click on the square where you want to insert it and type in using the keyboard. If you want to add additional numbers as pencil notes then click on options and tick the pencil marking box. The options also allow you to set the timer and help options. Difficulty settings are set at the top of the page. Good luck!


Tips
These are the tips and techniques you can use to solve sudoku puzzles. Some of them are quite easy, others are tougher to get. They will, however, allow you to solve every sudoku, even the hardest ones. Read and study each tip carefully to master it and use it wisely during your play.
We will explain each technique by writing the base principle, explaining it, then giving a concrete example.

The rules of the game
The rules of the sudoku are quite simple. A classic sudoku grid is made of nine rows and nine columns, giving 81 cells.

You must fill each cell with numbers going from 1 to 9, with the restriction that one single number can only appear once in the same row, in the same column, or in the same box of 3x3 cells.

At the game start, twenty to thirty numbers are already given and you have to find all the others. Indeed, a valid starting grid can only lead to one and only one solution. To find the missing numbers, you must use logic and observation.

Magic squares also form part of the Maths Games.

Unlike Sudoku, which is only a logical puzzle, this magic square puzzle involves both Arithmetic and Logic.

Those who solve these puzzles will become proficient with Mathematics, particularly Arithmetic and start doing all the Arithmetic operations in their mind itself, though this process happens over a period of time.

The students who solve this puzzle become Math lovers from Math haters.

Magic squares is part of combinatorics. 

Do these puzzles and make your Arithmetic knowledge and Logical reasoning grow. 
 
 
 
   
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