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Sudoku for the development of intelligence
If you still do not know what Sudoku is, it means that you, most likely, are not a fan of solving crosswords, because you can find this interesting puzzle in almost every newspaper or magazine. According to Wikipedia, it was invented by the famous mathematician Leonard Euler in the distant 18th century. Then it was called "Latin square". However, the puzzle gained its greatest popularity only at the end of the 20th century. One of the Japanese magazines began to publish Sudoku all the time and the editors were not mistaken with their choice. The puzzle has gained immense popularity. Let's take a closer look at Sudoku and talk about how Sudoku develops intelligence.
So the rules are pretty simple. The figure shows a square divided into 9 square zones, which include numbers from 1 to 9. The task is to completely fill the square with numbers. They should be located from 1 to 9 in small squares, as well as vertically and horizontally without repetitions.
It is difficult to judge how much free Sudoku medium develops intelligence, but I am convinced that it develops quite productively. In principle, you have to wiggle your brains thoroughly, especially if this is a complex Sudoku, although magazines and newspapers usually print simple versions designed for the average person. If you have never solved Sudoku, I recommend starting with simple ones, at least in order to understand the essence of the puzzle and not lose interest in it initially. Further, I recommend that you raise your level and take on more difficult ones.
The advantage of Sudoku is that you can solve them at any free time, for example, while in a traffic jam or at boring lectures. You can buy a separate magazine, you can install the application on your mobile or solve it on sites on the network.
Personally, I liked the Sudoku online project, which is an online game service. On it you can find many different Sudoku variants of different difficulty levels. I also recommend trying different varieties of Sudoku. I especially want to highlight the cubic sudoku with dots.
I suggest everyone to include Sudoku in their intelligence development program and regularly solve these puzzles, increasing their level.
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