Rules / Objectives Summary
- Complete the grid such that every row, every column, and every 3 x 3 block contains the digits from 1 to 9.
- Every cage has a little clue in the corner, and digits in each cage must add to the clue.
- A digit cannot appear more than once in a cage.
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See the Basic Ideas and the Walkthrough below for extra tips and tricks, and don't forget that these are Sudoku-type puzzles, and the information on the Sudoku help page might help you as well.
These tell you the sums of the digits in each cage, where a cage is a collection of two or more squares inside a dotted enclosure.
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A 4 cage can only be solved using 1 + 3 (as 2 + 2 isn't allowed).
There are 4 cages entirely in the 3x3 block, and these 4 cages add to 4 + 10 + 15 + 14 = 43. We know that all nine squares of a block add to 45, therefore this square is <2>. The other square in the 5 cage is therefore <3> .
These squares can't be 1 + 9 (because the <1> belongs to the 4 cage), 2 + 8 or 3 + 7 (because of the 5 cage). Therefore these squares are 4 + 6.
These squares can't be 6 + 9 (because of the 15 cage), and are therefore 7 + 8.
Therefore these square are 5 + 9.
This section will hopefully help with the rest of the puzzle.