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Calcudoku size:4×45×56×67×79×97×7Killer SudokuSudoku
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23 Apr 2012 (solution tomorrow)
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     Points: 9     Solved 48 times so far
abcdefg
1 
72×

1-

8+

10×
2 
4-


7+



3 


1^

0-
10+
2-
4 
10+






5 
16+

168×

2 mod

3 :
6 


0-

12+


7 
1


4

2 mod

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.

Note: this puzzle also uses the exponentiation operator ^
Example: 2^3 = 2 x 2 x 2 = 8
Or, with three digits: 2^4^2 = 2^(4^2) = 2^16 = 65536
Note: evaluation is right to left

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