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Calcudoku:4×45×56×68×89×97×7Killer SudokuSudoku
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15 May 2012   Hide solution   Rating:
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Points: 8 (solved 119 time(s) so far)
abcdefgh
1 
384×
8

4
4-
1

2
1-
6

7
2 mod
5

3
2 

4
6-
1

7
2 mod
8
5
5
3
2 mod
6
2
2
3 

3

7
40×
8

6
2 mod
2

1

4
0 mod
5
4 
2
2
0 mod
8

5
3 mod
7

4
6
6
3 mod
3

1
5 
5
5

2
7+
3

4
4 :
1

8

7
2-
6
6 
1 mod
6

5

4
1 :
3
7
7

2
1

8
7 
8+
7
11+
6

2

1

3
1-
5

8
13+
4
8 

1

3
1 mod
6

5
8
8

4

2

7

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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