Futoshiki

Shoe-Toshiki

Natürlich kommt der Nikolaus auch im Erzgebirge. Aus diesem Anlass heute ein Futoshiki, ach nee, ein Schuhtoshiki.

As everywhere in Germany Saint Nicholas is also coming in the Erzgebirge. On the previous night of December 6, children put one empty shoe outside, and on the following morning the children awake to find that St. Nicholas has filled their previously empty shoes with small presents. To celebrate the Saint Nicholas Day we have a Futoshiki, or better a Shoe-Toshiki.

Fill the Nicholas shoes with the digits 1 to 7. In each row and each column there is each digit exactly once. The relational symbols between the shoes show which shoe has the smaller number.

Shoe-Toshiki

Futoshiki (Hutosiki)

Fill in the grid so that every row and every column contains the digits 1 through 9. Numbers must be placed according to greater (>) and less (<) signs.

Futoshiki

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