As easy as 11, 22, 33 Killer CalcuDoku

Here’s a relaxing puzzle for a Sunday… or maybe not!  Can you complete this Killer CalcuDoku puzzle made up of 1s, 2s and 3s?

Place 11, 12, 13, 21, 22, 23, 31, 32 or 33 into each square so that the result of applying the specified operation to each cage is the given number.  (Start with the highest number in the cage for subtraction and division cages).  Also, can you obey the standard Sudoku constraints: place each of the 9 different numbers once per row, column and bold-lined 3×3 box?  You can repeat numbers within a cage, however, if you wish (which is why it’s a Killer CalcuDoku, not a Killer Sudoku Pro, in my terminology!  It’s also why it has solid cages, rather than dashed-line cages).

The logic isn’t too tricky, but for speed you might find a calculator helps you make a few of the logically easy deductions… :)

Good luck!