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Leia - another wonderful picture! Bet those tomatoes have been picked and eaten by now.
14/Oct/09 12:37 AM
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At 39 filled, if c5 =7 >>>>>> b78 =6

Puzzle unfolds for a taste explosion from the garden.
14/Oct/09 12:38 AM
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And Leia does it again!!
14/Oct/09 12:49 AM
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Leia then age 5. Are you a photographer now?
14/Oct/09 12:59 AM
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Another way to make progress after UP 39 is to observe that:
if i5=1, then c5=7 (row), but also b3=1 (column), so c5=7 also. Therefore i5=7. UP 81.

I really should learn that Eureka notation so that we all speak the same language :-)
14/Oct/09 1:11 AM
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An interpretation of fii's proof:
1. Note pair 19 at de9.Unique possibilities to 39.
2. If c5=7,b5=8,a4=4=b3,b2=3,c1=1;middle left box is devoid of 1.So i5=7.UPs to 81.
14/Oct/09 1:26 AM
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Don't worry Jyrki.Most of us are using the same language.Eureka is the foreign one!
14/Oct/09 1:34 AM
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1) Start at 23, basic techniques to UP=41
2) YW:(1=4)b3-(4=2)b6-(2=1)c4,=>c1b5<>1.UP=81
14/Oct/09 2:25 AM
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Have a wonderful day/night, everyone!
14/Oct/09 2:52 AM
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Oops! I meant to write that i5=1 implies both c5=7, and via b3=1 that also c1=7 - not c5=7 twice :-)
14/Oct/09 2:56 AM
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Leia, now aged 7, still takes photos and still eats tomatoes.
14/Oct/09 7:24 AM
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Please don't learn the Eureka notation! I rely on you and Alfred for a comprehensible hint from time to time - and I am sure I am not alone!
14/Oct/09 7:26 AM
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Leia - Your grandma has some might fine looking tomatoes!
14/Oct/09 7:43 AM
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Hi all,

I posted a one-step solution to yesterday's that I thought was kinda interesting.

14/Oct/09 10:57 AM
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Yes Alfred, Your solutions are much more easily read and understood. Thanks for translating mine which was SHORTCUT SPECIAL - not EUREKA!! I don't read Eureka very well ... To translate, I used b78 which is short for b7 and b8 and instead of writing in the steps just gave > for each step... More...
14/Oct/09 12:01 PM
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slow today ~45 minutes
14/Oct/09 12:05 PM
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Hi Jyrki and All,

I think that we should be bilingual in both Eureka and English. On one of my postings, I had to use both!

Best regards, Neil
14/Oct/09 8:13 PM
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27/Oct/09 7:33 AM
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