# 7×7 Calcudoku+

I had a request for a 7×7 Calcudoku-esque puzzle that uses only + operations, so I thought “why not?”. And here it is.

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**about 8 years ago** - No comments

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about 9 years ago

Hi,

For a 7×7 with uses only -,

check out Wednesday’s 7×7

at http://www.calcudoku.org

Patrick