My teacher showed us Sudoku games - he feels its a good thing for accounting students.
My problem is ::
What is a triple, a naked triple?
I can do and finish a game but have no idea what they are
HELP!!
Myth Jellies wrote:Mac's reply, while true, ..."
Then, for a naked triple, you might be so lucky that all 3 cells are in the same box plus on a single row or column. The cases are
1) The triple is true for a row. Then you can erase other occurrences of the three values that occur in the box.
2) The triple is true for a column. Similar to 1.
3) The triple is true for a box and they are in the same row. Then you can erase other occurrences of the three values that appear in that row.
4) The triple is true for a box and they are in the same column. Similar to 3.
tso wrote:Err -- what's so special about naked triples that so many people are asking about it .....
cecbevwr wrote:tso wrote:what's so special about naked triples that so many people are asking about it .....
I can't resist this! I did mention in a previous thread - in jest of course -that newbies may get the wrong idea when reading about n*ke*d pairs and triples. Different terminology perhaps? No - let's retain it to keep the mystery intact.
Bonsai Cec