I need help..... PLEASE!!!!!!!

Advanced methods and approaches for solving Sudoku puzzles

I need help..... PLEASE!!!!!!!

Postby Guest » Thu Jun 02, 2005 12:56 am

I am very stuck on this one: here are numbers from each row, left to right, the -'s are the open #'s, the spaces means next box.

--1 6-- ---
-74 -85 62-
-83 -9- -51
-3- -7- --4
-62 3-9 78-
1-- -2- -9-
24- -5- -3-
-98 26- 54-
--- --4 9--

:):DI NEED HELP this is for school, I really need it, please send me the answer soon!!!!!!!!!!
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Postby Guest » Thu Jun 02, 2005 2:59 am

521 643 879
974 185 623
683 792 451
839 576 214
462 319 785
157 428 396
246 957 138
398 261 547
715 834 962
:D
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solving is a problem

Postby Guest » Thu Jun 02, 2005 3:55 am

this wont work you have two, two's in the same colum which means its not impposible it will just take a bit longer to do

--1 6-- ---
-74 -85 62-
-83 -9- -51
-3- -7- --4
-62 3-9 78-
1-- -2- -9-
24- -5- -3-
-98 26- 54-
--- --4 9--
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solving is a problem

Postby Guest » Thu Jun 02, 2005 3:56 am

this wont work you have two, two's in the same colum(the bold twos) which means its not impposible it will just take a bit longer to do

--1 6-- ---
-74 -85 62-
-83 -9- -51
-3- -7- --4
-62 3-9 78-
1-- -2- -9-
24- -5- -3-
-98 26- 54-
--- --4 9--
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Postby Animator » Thu Jun 02, 2005 10:52 am

jordyn44, that is not true...

the two's you putted in bold r6c5 and r8c4...

cunfuzzled, what is the original puzzle? how far did you get? how hard did you try? Try posting your grid with pencilmarks, then I might consider helping...

If it is a school assignment then you should do an effort, and therefor I ask you to post your grid with pencilmarks on it... if it wasn't then I would consider giving you a hint immediately.
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Postby Animator » Thu Jun 02, 2005 11:31 am

The more I look at the puzzle the more easy moves I see...

There is an easy move in the numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9... I'm getting more and more convinced that you didn't botter to try... this is why I find it a real pitty that someone already posted the solution!
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Postby joolslee » Thu Jun 02, 2005 6:14 pm

I agree with Animator ... I fail to see how anyone can think that posting a completed grid is helpful ... I could show you a beautifully iced cake but unless I give you the ingredients and explain what you do with them, what would you learn?
However, if you only need a cake for your cookery class assisgnment and you're not interested in making it for yourself, then that's a different matter. Maybe 'guest' gave exactly what was wanted here.
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