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Calcudoku Puzzle #2191 by Murat
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ERANUS



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Number: Puzzle #2191
Genre: Calcudoku
Author: Murat
Appeared at: October 28, 2010
ERANUS



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I thought I found a mistake, but the mistake was mine!
brecher92



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I have

346125
621354
264513
135642
512436
453261

This looks valid to me.

1=4-3
2=6/3/1
3=5-2
4=6-2
5=1+4
6=5+1
7=3+4
8=2+1+5
9=6+3
10=5*2
11=5+6

HappyDog



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"Subtraction and division can only apply to regions with two numbers."

brecher92



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Oh, weird, I never noticed that before. Or I read it as "at least two numbers" and disregarded it.

In any case, I don't think I've seen that rule with other Kenkens or Tomtoms.
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brecher92 wrote:
Oh, weird, I never noticed that before. Or I read it as "at least two numbers" and disregarded it.

In any case, I don't think I've seen that rule with other Kenkens or Tomtoms. 


That rule is standard with any Kenken; they limit subtraction/division to 2 cells. TomToms specifically state that you can do what you suggested.
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