Timer
00:00:00
Sudoku Sudoku

Help

Submit your own Pic! 68 Comments
Play this pic as a Jigsaw
or Sliding Puzzle
Previous / Next
Play sudoku on your site/blog

                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
Choose a number, and place it in the grid above.
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
This number is a possibility
Automatically remove Possibilities
Allow incorrect Moves
Clicking the playing grid places the current number
Highlight Current Square
Grey out Used Numbers
Possibilities in Grid Format
Check out the latest post in the Sudoku Forum

16 x 16 broken?

Submitted by: barclay

Indicate which comments you would like to be able to see

1 2 Next

G'day mates. Here's today's daffynition:
coalition — miner’s union
And here's today's factoid:
The 1900 Olympics featured a live pigeon shooting event. The winner bagged 21 pigeons.
23/Apr/14 12:00 AM
 |  |

all.
23/Apr/14 12:00 AM
 |  |
Good Maen
23/Apr/14 12:01 AM
 |  |

Good Maen. Happy Earth Day to those still on Tuesday.
23/Apr/14 12:01 AM
 |  |

A Thought For The Day:

Lawyers are like rhinoceroses ..... because they are thick skinned, short sighted and are always ready to charge.
23/Apr/14 12:07 AM
 |  |
One afternoon a lawyer was riding in his limousine when he saw two men
along the road-side eating grass.

Disturbed, he ordered his driver to stop and got out to investigate.

He asked one man, 'Why are you eating grass?'

'We don't have any money for food,' the poor man More...
23/Apr/14 12:12 AM
 |  |

I am not used to being almost at the top of page 1! I am sitting here 'baby sitting' kids that DON'T have to take the test the rest of the 7th graders are taking! 4.5 hours of trying to keep them totally quiet while the rooms all around us take the test.
I absolutely love state-mandated testing.
23/Apr/14 12:17 AM
 |  |
Chloroform or Ether.
23/Apr/14 12:20 AM
 |  |
Jamie, In the UK, the 'authorities' have decreed that primary school children (5 to 6 years old) have to be tested on reading and writing.

Many teachers have either refused to do it, or have decided to not turn up on the test day.
23/Apr/14 12:29 AM
 |  |

I was a bit confused for a minute. I thought it said spa.
23/Apr/14 12:44 AM
 |  |



It broke at least 18 seconds ago. With 18 seconds between every donut, the age difference between the oldest and freshest is 144 seconds, so Old = Fresh + 144. We also know that Old = Fresh × 5. Plug the second equation into the first: More...
23/Apr/14 12:52 AM
 |  |

Good morning to all! Although I have never been there, I understand that Vietnam is a beautiful place to visit.
23/Apr/14 12:52 AM
 |  |

That's all from me for now. I should be packing, cleaning, printing directions, canceling mail, writing pet directions and stuff like that.
23/Apr/14 12:52 AM
 |  |

Serena, I said 19 seconds given that the last donut was made 18 seconds earlier. C'est la vie.
23/Apr/14 12:54 AM
 |  |

Neil - here in Texas they start testing in 3rd grade (about 8 or 9 years old). They are tested every year through 8th grade in reading and math, with additional tests on writing, science, and social studies (history, pretty much). In high school they have to take 5 tests (it was fifteen!!! until More...
23/Apr/14 12:54 AM
 |  |

Canuk Greg, you inverted your numbers. It said 91. I probably would have accepted 19. I'm sure they will share the donuts with you.
23/Apr/14 12:57 AM
 |  |

An oldie, but a goodie....

The FBI had an opening for an assassin. After all the background checks, interviews and testing were done, there were 3 finalists: Two men and a woman.
For the final test,the FBI agents took one of the men to a large metal door and handed him a gun. 'We must More...
23/Apr/14 12:57 AM
 |  |

CG - mathematically, it should probably state that the machine had been broken for 'more than' 18 seconds, rather than 'at least' 18 seconds. I get VERY picky with wording in mathematical answers (even though I wasn't thinking when I said 36 seconds - not thinking about the time before another donut should have been made). Anyway, I would have given you most of the credit.
23/Apr/14 12:59 AM
 |  |

Yes, I will gladly share my donuts with Greg!!
23/Apr/14 1:01 AM
 |  |

Oh well, 91 .... 19.... it won't be my last mistake on the site.

Thanks Jamie. I'll have a honey dip one please!
23/Apr/14 1:11 AM
 |  |

I have visited Vietnam three times. Love the food, love the shopping. Hate the traffic, especially Highway One. A very interesting country.
23/Apr/14 1:13 AM
 |  |

I saw the specialist yesterday. I will have a cortisone injection in the right shoulder next week, one in the left 3 weeks later. I also have to have physio. and I have an appointment to see a pain specialist. Case will be reviewed in 3 months and a decision made if I will need a neck operation More...
23/Apr/14 1:18 AM
 |  |
If the machine had been broken yesterday, there wouldn't have been a five times difference in the ages of the first and last doughnuts (note my correct spelling).
23/Apr/14 1:41 AM
 |  |
Jamie, They start testing 8 year olds at about 8 years old as well - the teachers have no major complaints about that.

But, 5 year olds - a completely different story.
23/Apr/14 1:43 AM
 |  |

True, Neil. What happened to kids just being kids?
23/Apr/14 2:07 AM
 |  |

An easy 9 - 1 puzzle.
23/Apr/14 2:21 AM
 |  |

Neil, our 8 year old grandson is having state-mandated tests this week. He's a sensitive kid and I worry a bit because his mom & younger brother flew out this morning on family visit in another state for a few days. Hiopefully that won't affect his test scores.
23/Apr/14 2:22 AM
 |  |

Sunny outside today.
Chilly (50 F) - was 82 F yesterday - windy, too.
Supposed to help a friend 'open' her pond today. Should be packing instead...
23/Apr/14 2:26 AM
 |  |

everyone!!!
23/Apr/14 2:49 AM
 |  |

Jane and I had fun doing kooky things from an open bus tour to see the homes of the stars and the Hollywood sign to harbor cruise to the see the world's ugliest lighthouse named the robot!
23/Apr/14 2:50 AM
 |  |
1.42
23/Apr/14 4:29 AM
 |  |

June, I do hope your treatment is successful.
23/Apr/14 5:38 AM
 |  |

Agreed, Ian. Sending positive thoughts, June.
23/Apr/14 5:57 AM
 |  |

Morning all.
June, will keep my fingers crossed that the treatment works.
23/Apr/14 6:31 AM
 |  |

Good luck, June.
23/Apr/14 7:06 AM
 |  |

2:04. It may have been an easy 9-1 puzzle Heidi, but I always do them 1-9 and that was definitely the wrong strategy today. Good morning everyone.
23/Apr/14 7:26 AM
 |  |

Just out of interest I did the puzzle 9-1 and my time was 1:40, so definitely the better way to go today.
23/Apr/14 7:29 AM
 |  |

I always go 1-9 as well. Does anybody know a trick for how to quickly tell if 9-1 is a better strategy?
23/Apr/14 8:57 AM
 |  |

Hello.
23/Apr/14 8:59 AM
 |  |

BOPP
23/Apr/14 8:59 AM
 |  |
1 2 Next
Please Log in to post a comment.

Not a member? Joining is quick and free.
As a member you get heaps of benefits.
Click Here to join.
You can also try the Chatroom (No one chatting right now - why not start something? )
Check out the Sudoku Blog     Subscribe
EasyMediumHardTough
Or try the Kids Sudokus (4x4 & 6x6)
Printer Friendly versions:
Members Get Goodies!
Become a member and get heaps of stuff, including: stand-alone sudoku game, online solving tools, save your times, smilies and more!
Welcome our latest Members
Karen from Talkeetna,AK
Mosquito50 from Blue Mountains
teacla from clarkecarter7
Member's Birthdays Today
None Today.
Friends currently online
Want to see when your friends are online? Become a member for free.

Network Sites

Melbourne Bars Find the Hidden Bars of Melbourne
Free Crossword Puzzles Play online or print them out. 2 new crosswords daily.
Jigsaw Puzzles Play online jigsaw puzzles for free, with new pictures everyday
Sliding Puzzle Play online with your own photos
Flickr Sudoku Play sudoku with pictures from Flickr
Kakuro Play Kakuro online!
Wordoku Free Wordoku puzzles everyday.
Purely Facts Test your General Knowledge.
Pumpkin Carving Pattern Free halloween pumpkin carving patterns.