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 Lovely reflection. Wouldn't like to get caught in the puddle though. No doubt one of fi's photos. Good one fi. |  |
 The weather here is getting more comfortable every day! We are almost at what we call 'Chamber of Commerce' weather!! |  |
 5:43 Maen pretty easy four a tough |  |
 9:20 Now THAT's a big muddy splash waiting to happen! |  |
 Possible proof of too easy sudoku of 10 07 06: 1) Start at 23 filled - the given puzzle. Unique Possibilities to 27 filled. (UP 27).2a) Locked 5's at f56 forbids f7=5 2b) Locked 8's at d456 forbids d3=8 2c) d3=7 == f1=7 -- f7=7 == f7=6 -- f5=6 == f3=6 forbids d3=6 UP 81Sets 5: Max depth 3. rating .09 trivial! |  |
 typos!!!!!!2c) d3=7 == f1=7 -- f7=7 == f7=6 -- f5=6 == d5=6 forbids d3=6 UP 81 |  |
 The picture is much more interesting then the puzzle today! |  |
 Lovely photo of a country drive. Need to get the car washed afterwards, though. |  |
 I have a different, but equally simple, proof: 1) Start 23, Unique Possibilities to (UP) 27.2) Locked 3s at d456 forbid d9=3.3) Locked 6s at ab9 forbid de9=6.4) e1=2 == f1=2 -- f1=7 == f7=7 -- d9=7 == d9=2 forbids e89=2. UP 81. |  |
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 Given today's rather easy tough, perhaps some may be willing to tackle either the alternate puzzle I posted on 10/01/06 or the rather easy one I created and posted yesterday - would love to see the proofs people may come up with for the one posted on 10/01/06 |  |
 Loved this photo! |  |
 Steve, Could you put step 2c) into English for me? I'm lost! |  |
 very nice picture ! even me, i agree with Steve : the picture is much more interesting than the tough today .... |  |
 Very cool picture! |  |
 I've answered your query on the comment for October 5th '06. |  |
 Hi Ron! 2c) d3=7 == f1=7 -- f7=7 == f7=6 -- f5=6 == f3=6 forbids d3=6 UP 81A == B: means at least one of A,B is trueC -- D: means at least one of C,D is false.A == B: Also can be read as A OR B. Also, A,B are a strong set.C -- D: Also can be read as (notC) OR {notD).Also, A,B More... |  |
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 Hi Steve:In your explanation to Ron I believe you have a typo in your 2c) which might confuse him. It should read f5=6==d5=6 forbids d3=6. |  |
 Steve, Many thanks! I'll work on it! Ron |  |
 7:52 what formulas are you guys talking about? I hope it's not the puzzle. I'd never get it if I had to read your letters and numbers. |  |
 Thanks kaz - yes i posted the correction, then copied and pasted the error in my note to ron. Ron - please note the typo and the corrected 2c)d3=7 == f1=7 -- f7=7 == f7=6 -- f5=6 == d5=6 forbids d3=6 UP 81 |  |
 Hello Every one. Yes that is one of mine, taken at the Sandy Creek crossing a month back. It's a little oasis in some hot country. Earlier in the season it was impassable (but then so was the Daly) and we needed to fly out to communities. Then once the Daly went down (See the Tough Picture More... |  |
 Good evening to all! Lovely picture Fi. Now how did Anne know that was yours? I WILL see those sites one day in person (sson I hope)! |  |
 Greg - She took a guess becaus she knows that I frequent both that country and the sudoku picture upload page. ;) |  |
 1) Start 23 UP to 272) locked 6s at ab9 forbid de9=63) f6=7==f1=7--f1=2==e1=2--e89=2==d9=2, forbids d9=74)triple 235 in d9, e89 forbids d7=35, e7=5 UP 81 |  |
 I was also thinking one of Fi's! It's a good eye and photographer's heart that thinks to stop the vehicle and take such a tranquil picture before disturbing the water onwards to your destination! I am intrigued as to what you do for a living - visiting communities? |  |
 What do you call a deer with no eyes?No idea!What do you call a deer with no legs and no eyes?Still no idea! |  |
 Yes, that puzzle did collapse pretty quickly. Kate, I'm a travelling ESL teacher. I work with indigenous children. |  |
 maEn all |  |
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 Nice pic. Easy tough. When I get to the point where it looks like just eliminations to the end, I make myself do the numbers in order. I have to find all the 1s then all the 2s etc. Or I start at 9 and work down. makes it more interesting LOL |  |
 Re: Scotts question about deers with no eyes and legs. I would say that the answer would be a good meal if cooked properly |  |
 That's a large pothole. |  |
 Wow, that is a pretty picture. Now I need to do the puzzle - just got home after very long day! Glad the weekend is here. |  |
 Hi everyone! I thought it was your pic fi, it looks so peaceful, unlike my place at the moment. |  |
 too bad the snowman is melting |  |
 An intersting job Fi! In an interesting part of the country! No day would be the same :-) |  |
 Oh, it's like my way home. Nostalgia... |  |
 i would like to know how people actually do these puzzles- they make my head hurt!! |  |

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