When you buy this book you get an electronic version (PDF file) of the interior of this book. Become a master in solving Mini Sudoku 6x6. After solving all the puzzles in this book, you will be a Mini Sudoku Pro. You start with easy Sudoku puzzles and you gradually build your way up to extremely hard Sudoku puzzles. Once you pick up this book, you won't be able to put it back down. You have been warned! Mini Sudoku 6x6 - Easy to Hard is a collection of 276 puzzles: 72 easy Mini Sudoku 6x6 puzzles 72 medium Mini Sudoku 6x6 puzzles 72 hard Mini Sudoku 6x6 puzzles 60 extra logic puzzles The goal of Mini Sudoku is to fill in the empty cells, one number in each, so that each column, row, and region contains the numbers 1-6 exactly once. I guarantee that every logic puzzle in this Sudoku puzzle book has been carefully checked to ensure that each puzzle has only 1 solution. None of the puzzles in this book will appear in any of the other English PuzzleBooks.net books. Sudoku is also known as Number Place, Nanpure, Su Doku. Quite often Sudoku is misspelled as Suduko, Soduko, Sodoku, Sudoko, Suduku and Soduku.

Author Nick Snels
Isbn 1503352013
Genre Games & Activities
Year 2014-11-22
Pages 180
Language English
File format PDF

Winner of the 2017 JPBM Communications Award for Expository and Popular Books. “A delightful meta-biography--playful indeed--of a brilliant iconoclast.” --James Gleick, author of The Information John Horton Conway is a singular mathematician with a lovely loopy brain. He is Archimedes, Mick Jagger, Salvador Dali, and Richard Feynman all rolled into one--he boasts a rock star's charisma, a slyly bent sense of humor, a polymath's promiscuous curiosity, and an insatiable compulsion to explain everything about the world to everyone in it. At Cambridge, Conway wrestled with "Monstrous Moonshine," discovered the aptly named surreal numbers, and invented the cult classic Game of Life--more than just a cool fad, Life demonstrates how simplicity generates complexity and provides an analogy for mathematics and the entire universe. As a "mathemagician" at Princeton, he used ropes, dice, pennies, coat hangers, even the occasional Slinky, as props to extend his winning imagination and share his many nerdish delights. He granted Roberts full access to his idiosyncrasies and intellect both, though not without the occasional grumble: "Oh hell," he'd say. "You're not going to put that in the book. Are you?!?"

Author Siobhan Roberts
Isbn 1620405946
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Year 2015-07-14
Pages 480
Language English
File format PDF