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Summary

Creator of the internationally loved 1.5 million + selling KEN KEN Puzzle, Tetsuya Miyamoto, is back with the next big thing in the puzzle world! Perfect for those who are tired of Sudoku and other run-of-the-mill number puzzles, the new Miyamoto Number Puzzles are sure to provide everyone from novices to veterans with hours of brain-twisting fun.

Contents

How to Enjoy Business Class Puzzles

The rules for the puzzles in this book are simple and easy to understand. Once you have them down you’ll be able to solve the first half of this book in a breeze. Puzzles range from 5 X 5 to 6 X 6 grid sizes, becoming more and more difficult as you progress through the book.

Should you come across a problem that you just can’t seem to solve, take a break and enjoy a snack or drink as you cool your brain down (though you’ll probably find yourself thinking about how to solve the puzzle even during your break!) After all, taking a step back and returning to solve later is where the real enjoyment in puzzles lies. Particularly sharp players might be able to solve the whole volume during a 13 hour flight between Tokyo and New York.

Those of you who made it through the Business Class level have probably become Miyamoto Number Puzzle addicts. We’ve specially prepared the ultimate challenge, First Class Miyamoto Number Puzzles just for you!

About the Author

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Miyamoto  produces various mathematical puzzles as his own teaching materials for primary school students, many of which have been used in various publications. Miyamoto’s publications, including the popular KEN KEN Puzzle , have sold over one million copies worldwide.

With the personal motto that “having enough smarts to survive will let you to pass the entrance exam at any school,” he founded his own cram school specialized in mathematics. While some pupils who entered his cram school did not particularly excel in academics, by devising his own teaching methods that he refers to as “of teaching without teaching,” the majority of his pupils have successfully passed entrance exams for a number of prestigious schools in Japan.

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