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EQUATE+3 puzzleEach row, column and diagonal is an equation and you use the numbers 1 to 9 to complete the equations. Each number can be used only once. Three numbers have been provided to get you started. Find the remaining six numbers that satisfy all the resulting equations. Note – multiplication and division are performed before addition and subtraction.

EQUATE+2 puzzleEach row, column and diagonal is an equation and you use the numbers 1 to 9 to complete the equations. Each number can be used only once. Two numbers have been provided to get you started. Find the remaining seven numbers that satisfy all the resulting equations. Note – multiplication and division are performed before addition and subtraction. 
EQUATE+1 puzzleEach row, column and diagonal is an equation and you use the numbers 1 to 9 to complete the equations. Each number can be used only once. One number has been provided to get you started. Find the remaining eight numbers that satisfy all the resulting equations. Note – multiplication and division are performed before addition and subtraction. 
EQUATE+0 puzzleEach row, column and diagonal is an equation and you use the numbers 1 to 9 to complete the equations. Each number can be used only once. No numbers have been provided to get you started. Find the remaining nine numbers that satisfy all the resulting equations. Note – multiplication and division are performed before addition and subtraction. 
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Hexagonlogic puzzle (Difficulty Level 1)Fit the numbers 1 – 6 in each hexagon and where the hexagon segments touch each other, the numbers in these segments will be the same. No number can be repeated in a hexagon. Solution 
Hexagonlogic puzzle (Difficulty Level 2)Fit the numbers 1 – 6 in each hexagon and where the hexagon segments touch each other, the numbers in these 2 segments will be the same. No number can be repeated in a hexagon. The numbers in the shaded areas are the sum of the numbers in the 2 or 4 segments that they side with. The numbers in the ‘Input’ and ‘Output’ boxes are the sum of the numbers in the 3 triangular segments that they side with. Solve the puzzle and find the ‘Output’ number (?). Solution 
Hexagonlogic puzzle (Difficulty Level 3)Fit the numbers 1 – 6 in each hexagon and where the hexagon sides touch each other, the numbers in these 2 segments will be the same. No number can be repeated in a hexagon. The numbers in the shaded areas are the sum of the numbers in the 2 or 4 segments that they side with. The numbers in the ‘Input’ and ‘Output’ boxes are the sum of the numbers in the 3 triangular segments that they side with. The numbers in the ‘Sum’ boxes are the sum of the numbers in the 4 segments that they side with. Solve the puzzle and find the Output’ number (?). Solution 
Yet another excellent monthly challenge – Thank you Mr. Burgin! Keeps things very interesting!
Cheers to the new year!
Kim
Kimberly, thank you for your continuing support. I’m glad you’re enjoying my puzzles.
Kimberly, thank you for continuing support.
I’m very pleased that you continue to enjoy my puzzles.
HI, are not the 2nd and 4th the same?
Hi Michael
Thank you for bringing the duplication this month to my attention.
As you will now see above, the duplication has been corrected.
I hope you will continue to enjoy my monthly puzzles and please let me know if you have future questions or comments. Best Regards….Gordon
Hi, 2 and 4 are the same.