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How it works:

Sudoku puz­zles are for­mat­ted as a 9X9­grid, bro­ken down into nine 3X3boxes. To solve a sudoku, the num­bers 1through 9must fill each row, col­umn and box. Each num­ber can ap­pear only once in each row, col­umn and box. You can fig­ure out the or­der in which the num­ber will ap­pear by us­ing the nu­meric clues al­ready pro­vided in the boxes. The more num­bers you name, the eas­ier it gets to solve the puz­zle.

FRANK & ERNEST: By Bob Thaves

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