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Square Root Sudoku

(Eingestellt am 24. Juni 2022, 18:23 Uhr von Al Fresco)

Rules

Normal Sudoku rules apply

In the grid there are three square roots of 1, 2 and 1 digit integers with their equivalent irrational values rounded to 4, 2 and 2 decimal places respectively.

The decimal point is represented by a black kropki dot. Digits diagonally opposite the dot must be in a 1:2 ratio. This applies to the 4 touching cells.

The square root symbols are represented by three lines with different properties.
One line is a palindrome where digits on the line read the same forwards and backwards.
Another is a Renban line containing a set of consecutive digits in any order.
On the last line, adjacent pairs of digits sum to 5, 9, 15, 9 and 5 respectively running from one end to the other.
It is up to the solver to determine which line is which.

Finally, digits separated by an X sum to 10.

Good luck and happy Sudokuing

Play online: https://sudokulab.net/?pzl=_3OJcqcv

This may also be useful: www.online-calculator.com

Lösungscode: Row 3

Zuletzt geändert am 25. Juni 2022, 11:40 Uhr

Gelöst von kublai, SKORP17, belfieldtj, RockyRoer, peterkp, dhdydg, annatollar
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am 25. Juni 2022, 11:40 Uhr von Al Fresco
Sudokulab link revised.

Appologies to anyone who tried to solve the previous version with assistance from the inbuilt solver. I added a couple of hidden clues/constraints within the grid purely to format the text for the rules. For some reason sudokulab condenses these into one large lump of text which is difficult to read. It was not my intention to add a hidden trap to the grid and an oversight on my behalf for selecting an incorrect one.

am 25. Juni 2022, 01:31 Uhr von RockyRoer
Fun puzzle, but you should fix the link because one particular cell is flagging as incorrect but it's not really incorrect. Shouldn't be hard to remove that constraint and post a new link.

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