These sudoku puzzles only use 1s and 0s. Can you crack them?
There’s only one correct answer for each grid.
We know you are bored at home right now—we are too. Here are some puzzles and brainteasers to challenge your family and friends with, either in person or over video chat.
The cool thing about this enigma is that only two possible answers can fill each blank: zero and one—and each grid has a sole solution. But only two consecutive zeros or ones can sit next to or below each other, and each row and column must have the same number of zeros and ones. No row or column can be the same. Can you crack it?
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This story appeared in the Fall 2018 issue of Popular Science.