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KenKen Puzzles

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Document 1: Rules for KenKen Puzzles

Document 1- KenKen Puzzles

Document 2: Example of a Completed 4x4 KenKen Puzzle

Document 2- KenKen Puzzles

Document 3: Example of 8x8 KenKen Puzzle

Document 3- KenKen Puzzle

Consider each of the following statements. Does the information in the three sources support the inference as stated?

Yes

No

Yes

No

"In Document 1, the 12x cage could be filled in with the digits 2, 2, and 3."

Yes

No

"In Document 3, the 12+ cage could be filled in with the digits 1, 3, and 8."

Yes

No

"In Document 3, the 60x cage contains three squares in a backwards L-shape. In general, any 60x cage shaped like that could have as many as 12 legitimate different combinations, assuming that, for instance, the combination 4, 5, 3 is counted as a different combination from 5, 3, 4, and also assuming that no other contradictions with other elements of the large square have yet been found."