Here’s one more entry for my 20+ Things to Do with a Hundred Chart post, thanks to David Radcliffe in the comments on Monday’s post:

**(30****)** Can you mark ten squares Sudoku-style, so that no two squares share the same row or column? Add up the numbers to get your score. Then try to find a different set of ten Sudoku-style squares. What do you notice? What do you wonder?

[Suggested by David Radcliffe.]

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I love this a lot! However, I think it might be easier to figure out what’s going on with a 0-99 square, rather than 1-100.

Perhaps it would. I get so used to using the hundred chart that starts at 1 that I forget about the other style.

Both The Math Worksheet Site and Helping With Math offer free downloads of either type of chart.