Mathematics of Sudoku and Magic Squares
By Charles Kelly
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Published: Oct. 13, 2011
Words: 5,498 (approximate)
This book will not explain how to solve Sudoku puzzles; it will explain how to create Sudoku puzzles
The book explains the internal mathematical structure of magic squares and Sudoku puzzles. The book explains how to create four dimensional magic squares and how to transform them into traditional Sudoku puzzles.
The book also explains how to create large Sudoku puzzles such as 25 by 25 puzzles, and 49 by 49 puzzles.
, number theory
, magic squares
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