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 Calcudoku: 4×4 5×5 6×6 8×8 9×9 12×12 7×7 Killer Sudoku Sudoku Select level: EasyMediumDifficult EasyMediumDifficult MediumDifficult MediumDifficult Difficult Difficult Extra MediumDifficult Medium

20 Jun
2013

(solution tomorrow)

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Points: 8
(solved 41 time(s) so far)

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 2 : 1 0 mod 0 mod 5 mod 2 7 3 21× 1- 160× 1 mod 8× 13+ 0 mod 2 mod 6- 2 2- 7- 16+ 48× 5 mod 3 12× 30× 5- 1 mod 0 mod 3- 4- 1 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.
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