math

it is cross math (like sudouk)
six rows across and six rows down
1st row has empty box, +, empty box, + box =6 this row is across
2nd row has x blacked out box, +, blacked out box, x, blacked out box this row is across
3rd row across is empty box, +, empty box,/ (division sign), empty box, =2
4th row across is minus sign, blacked out box, minus sign, blacked out box, and division sign, blacked out box
5th row across is empty box, +, empty box, minus sign, empty box, =13
6th row across is =6, blacked out box, =0, blacked out box, =3, blacked out box.

1st row down is empty box, x, empty box, minus sign, empty box, =6

2nd row down is +, blacked out box, +, blacked out box, +, blacked out box

3rd row down is empty box, +, empty box, minus sign, empty box, =0

4th row down is +, blacked out box,division sign, blacked out box, minus sign, blacked out box

5th row down is empty box, x, empty box, division sign, empty box, =3

6th row down is =6, blacked out box, =2, blacked out box, =13, blacked out box

can only use 1 through 9 once in the empty squares, each of the three coulumns should form correct math sequences. I get some to look right but can't get them to match.
any help would be appreciated

do you add the numbers together, or...what do you do?

it has all different signs, add, subtract, division, and multiplication

Oh, duh, sorry I didn't catch that. LOL sorry

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