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@ 2011-02-01 9:27 AM (#3357) (#3357) Top

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@ 2011-02-01 9:29 AM (#3358 - in reply to #3357) (#3358) Top

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Logic Masters India announces February Sudoku Test — Double Delight

Author : Rishi Puri

Date : 12th and 13th February

Sudoku Types : Combination of basic Variants

Length : 120 minutes

IB and Submission Link : http://logicmastersindia.com/lmitests?test=M201102S
@ 2011-02-01 11:12 AM (#3362 - in reply to #3357) (#3362) Top

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neerajmehrotra posted @ 2011-02-01 11:12 AM

Interesting IB........
I am not able to understand the rules for DISJOINT..........
@ 2011-02-01 11:25 AM (#3363 - in reply to #3362) (#3363) Top

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purifire posted @ 2011-02-01 11:25 AM

neerajmehrotra - 2011-02-01 11:12 AM

Interesting IB........
I am not able to understand the rules for DISJOINT..........


Disjoint is also known as "Offset" sudoku. Lets take cell R1C1 for example. That cell is top left corner of Box 1. Lets assume that it contains number 1. So in short the number 1 cannot repeat in any top left corner of boxes 2 to 9. (R1C4,R1C7,R2C1,R2C4,R2C7,R3C1,R3C4 and R3C7) . Hope this clarifies.

Rishi
@ 2011-02-01 11:25 AM (#3364 - in reply to #3362) (#3364) Top

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macherlakumar posted @ 2011-02-01 11:25 AM

Hi Neeraj,
I have found this on the net related to disjoint sudoku
please refer to the link http://www.setbb.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=57&mforum=sudoku
@ 2011-02-01 11:39 AM (#3365 - in reply to #3363) (#3365) Top

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neerajmehrotra posted @ 2011-02-01 11:39 AM

purifire - 2011-02-01 11:25 AM

neerajmehrotra - 2011-02-01 11:12 AM

Interesting IB........
I am not able to understand the rules for DISJOINT..........


Disjoint is also known as "Offset" sudoku. Lets take cell R1C1 for example. That cell is top left corner of Box 1. Lets assume that it contains number 1. So in short the number 1 cannot repeat in any top left corner of boxes 2 to 9. (R1C4,R1C7,R2C1,R2C4,R2C7,R3C1,R3C4 and R3C7) . Hope this clarifies.

Rishi


Thanks Rishi........Now its clear.
@ 2011-02-01 11:40 AM (#3366 - in reply to #3364) (#3366) Top

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neerajmehrotra posted @ 2011-02-01 11:40 AM

macherlakumar - 2011-02-01 11:25 AM

Hi Neeraj,
I have found this on the net related to disjoint sudoku
please refer to the link http://www.setbb.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=57&mforum=sudoku


Thanks. the site is indeed very clear about the rules.....
@ 2011-02-04 10:29 AM (#3382 - in reply to #3357) (#3382) Top

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@ 2011-02-08 9:10 AM (#3434 - in reply to #3357) (#3434) Top

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Administrator posted @ 2011-02-08 9:10 AM

Change in Show Cells to Fill timing -
"Show cells to fill" will be activated after 60 minutes
@ 2011-02-09 10:36 AM (#3436 - in reply to #3434) (#3436) Top

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purifire posted @ 2011-02-09 10:36 AM

Note for paper Solvers : As discussed here, we have added 2 text boxes for each grid.

For the answer key, it will either be 2 rows, or 2 column or a row and column.

When filling in the answer key using the text boxes, please note that

If the Answer Key is 2 rows, then please fill the top row first and then the bottom row next.

If Answer Key is 2 columns, then fill the left column first followed by the second column.

If the answer key is 1 row and 1 column, Then fill the row first followed by the column.

This is to ensure there is no confusion when submitting answers.

There is no change for online solvers.

Rishi
@ 2011-02-11 2:26 PM (#3439 - in reply to #3436) (#3439) Top

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purifire posted @ 2011-02-11 2:26 PM

The Puzzle Booklet has been uploaded. You can download it here.

Rishi
@ 2011-02-11 11:23 PM (#3440 - in reply to #3357) (#3440) Top

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zalak posted @ 2011-02-11 11:23 PM

In the Diagonal - Non-consecutive sudoku, can two adjacent cells in different boxes be consecutive? In the solution, R6C6 and R7C6 are 5 and 4 respectively..
@ 2011-02-12 4:21 AM (#3441 - in reply to #3440) (#3441) Top

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Fred76 posted @ 2011-02-12 4:21 AM

zalak - 2011-02-11 11:23 PM

In the Diagonal - Non-consecutive sudoku, can two adjacent cells in different boxes be consecutive? In the solution, R6C6 and R7C6 are 5 and 4 respectively..


R6C6 is a 7 I think (5 is in R4 in the same column)

Fred

@ 2011-02-12 9:52 AM (#3442 - in reply to #3440) (#3442) Top

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purifire posted @ 2011-02-12 9:52 AM

zalak - 2011-02-11 11:23 PM

In the Diagonal - Non-consecutive sudoku, can two adjacent cells in different boxes be consecutive? In the solution, R6C6 and R7C6 are 5 and 4 respectively..


Zalak,no 2 adjacent cells can be consecutive. Even if they are across 2 boxes. Fred was correct when he said that R6C6 is a 7 not a 5.

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@ 2011-02-12 2:31 PM (#3443 - in reply to #3357) (#3443) Top

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zalak posted @ 2011-02-12 2:31 PM

Yes thats correct.. sorry my bad!
@ 2011-02-12 5:50 PM (#3444 - in reply to #3357) (#3444) Top

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Ours brun posted @ 2011-02-12 5:50 PM

Hi,

I get a "Please try again" message when I try to start the test. And I am pretty sure that there is no error in my nickname or my password... Could somebody have a look at it ?

Thanks !
@ 2011-02-12 6:01 PM (#3445 - in reply to #3357) (#3445) Top

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Bely posted @ 2011-02-12 6:01 PM

I have the same problem: with the same user & pwd I am able to successfully login in the forum, but not to start the test...
Thanks also from me!

@ 2011-02-12 6:34 PM (#3446 - in reply to #3445) (#3446) Top

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purifire posted @ 2011-02-12 6:34 PM

Bely - 2011-02-12 6:01 PM

I have the same problem: with the same user & pwd I am able to successfully login in the forum, but not to start the test...
Thanks also from me!


Ours brun - 2011-02-12 5:50 PM

Hi,

I get a "Please try again" message when I try to start the test. And I am pretty sure that there is no error in my nickname or my password... Could somebody have a look at it ?

Thanks !


The Admin will definitely look into it.

Rishi
@ 2011-02-12 6:34 PM (#3447 - in reply to #3445) (#3447) Top

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Bely - 2011-02-12 6:01 PM

I have the same problem: with the same user & pwd I am able to successfully login in the forum, but not to start the test...
Thanks also from me!


Please check now.
@ 2011-02-12 6:37 PM (#3448 - in reply to #3445) (#3448) Top

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Bely - 2011-02-12 6:01 PM

I have the same problem: with the same user & pwd I am able to successfully login in the forum, but not to start the test...
Thanks also from me!


I see that you've started. so assume no issues at your end now.
Ours brun?
@ 2011-02-12 6:37 PM (#3449 - in reply to #3357) (#3449) Top

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Ours brun posted @ 2011-02-12 6:37 PM

It seems to work. Thanks for your quickness !
@ 2011-02-12 6:54 PM (#3450 - in reply to #3449) (#3450) Top

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Ours brun - 2011-02-12 6:37 PM

It seems to work. Thanks for your quickness !
Thanks for confirming.
@ 2011-02-12 8:34 PM (#3451 - in reply to #3448) (#3451) Top

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Administrator - 2011-02-12 6:37 PM

Bely - 2011-02-12 6:01 PM

I have the same problem: with the same user & pwd I am able to successfully login in the forum, but not to start the test...
Thanks also from me!


I see that you've started. so assume no issues at your end now.
Ours brun?


Yes, it is true, finally it worked! Thanks :)
@ 2011-02-12 11:53 PM (#3452 - in reply to #3451) (#3452) Top

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neerajmehrotra posted @ 2011-02-12 11:53 PM

wonderful set of puzzles..........really enjoyed solving...
@ 2011-02-13 12:07 AM (#3453 - in reply to #3452) (#3453) Top

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purifire posted @ 2011-02-13 12:07 AM

neerajmehrotra - 2011-02-12 11:53 PM

wonderful set of puzzles..........really enjoyed solving...


Thanks Neeraj.. Glad you liked them...

Rishi
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