Here is a square filled with numbers and holes.
The square is divided in multiple invisible areas which all have their own specific logical sequence.
Although every numbers in an area is found with the same logic, the numbers used to find the next number can come from another area.
Can you find every positive integers missing by finding out the logical sequences?
This is an new experimental puzzle for me, so let me know how it is in the comments. Hopefully it will go well.
I used the word "sequence" quite loosely here.
Some numbers might not be found by using the numbers "immediately" preceding them
Rule of area 1 is +1 the previous number
Rule of area 2 is 5 times the upper number
Rule of area 3 is 2 times the upper number
The correct solution will be found with a total of 4 areas.
The shapes of the areas are quite basic. No weird awkward shapes.
All areas are of equal sizes