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Calcudoku:4×46×69×910×107×7Killer SudokuSudoku
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20 Apr 2012   Show solution   Rating:
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Points: 8 (solved 5 time(s) so far)
0 mod
9+
7
2
8
1 mod

5


2 mod
1 mod
10+

3 mod
15+
280×
6


11+
10+




6 mod



1 mod

1 mod

6
12×
1 mod


19+

1-



0 mod




7 mod
1 mod
5 mod

4-
2 :




8+


Note: this puzzle also uses the modulo operator mod
a mod b = r means that when dividing a by b, the remainder is r. For example, 5 mod 2 = 1, and 3 mod 5 = 3.
Look here for some more explanations.

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