COD Summer Bridge Enrichment - 2011
A Kenken ™ is a Latin Square divided into "cages" - groups of cells sharing at least
that operation to the numbers in the cells. If the operation is not associative and commutative (- or /) then
(typically) there are only two cells and the larger number precedes the smaller.
Here are some web sites containing good information about Kenken™ and Kenken™ strategies.
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This is written for teachers, but it’s just fine for students, too.
The official Kenken web site is: http://www.kenken.com/
The New York Times daily Kenken web site is: http://www.nytimes.com/ref/crosswords/kenken.html
Thomas Snyder’s website is promising: http://www.stanford.edu/~tsnyder/kenken.htm
Reading through these and taking time to work the various problems and devise your own ought to keep you busy for a while.
Oh, and this is a kinda cheesy basic intro video: