Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Kakuro Solving Techniqes

(clcik here for rules)

Technique 4 :

Filled areas
In this example, we can deduce that the square outside of the
blank 2x2 area shown must be a 3, we can do this using the filled
area technique.

Firstly, add together all the "across" clues (4+3=7). Then add
together all the "down" clues (4+6=10). Now work out the
difference between those totals (10-7=3) and that will be the value
of the square which is not in the 2x2 area.

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