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`Batch 1: rate 9.2`

Step 1.1, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R9C3.1 on ==> R5C7.1 both on & off

Step 1.2, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R8C6.6 on ==> R3C2.4 both on & off

Batch 2: rate 9.3

Step 2.1, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R1C6.7 on ==> R4C2.6 both on & off

Step 2.2, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R8C4.1 on ==> R3C5.7 both on & off

Step 2.3, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R6C7.8 on ==> R5C1.6 both on & off

Step 2.4, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R6C5.3 on ==> R1C8.9 both on & off

Step 2.5, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R8C4.6 on ==> R3C7.5 both on & off

Step 2.6, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R6C2.5 on ==> R7C6.4 both on & off

IK's version of SErate in batch mode returns the following for the second puzzle:

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`Batch 1: rate 9.2`

Step 1.1, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R9C3.9 on ==> R5C7.9 both on & off

Step 1.2, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R8C4.9 on ==> R3C5.7 both on & off

Step 1.3, Contradiction Forcing Chain: R8C6.6 on ==> R3C2.4 both on & off

Batch 2: rate 9.0

Step 2.1, Cell Forcing Chains: R6C4 ==> R6C7.8 off

I don't think anyone is working on SErate anymore. So, it'll probably remain a mystery why Step 2.2 in the first puzzle has a different rating than Step 1.2 in the second puzzle.