Please share your strategies for the following problems.
Page 1 - Sudoku Aidan: Sometimes there are numbers you hve to put before others, because sometimes they won't work if you put a for example a six and later on the six may not work so look throughout the whole graph.

PAP: This is a simple strategy game... It took for me a while to see what works best and i found some tricks that make it a lot easier: 1. Do one box after after another, (I mean the bog boxes where nine squares fit inside). 2. If there are several possibilities where the number should go, put the number is both squares on the top left or right hand side very small. Later on then you know if the number fits or not. Those are two tips I found very helpful.
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#1 PAP: Look there were 16 teams 15 have to lose and each team lost one time how many are left over? This sounds complicate doesnt it think of the New York Yankies. Until they win the world champion ship they have to play against 16 teams. How many games have to be plied until they win?
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Sean: The trick to this is that the answer must be a cube do the math!
#3 PAP: There is a big clue to this whole thing what number makes the mode and the mean? You should tri adding and subtracting.

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PAP: A very good way I found was to tri splitting it in the half. You have to move it around to the sides but it works out fine.

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#1 Sean: Think of it as cutting a puzzle piece not just a straight cut. :) Teehhee

#2 PAP: Do not look at the colams fro, left to right look at them from up to down there is a hidden pattern.
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PAP: There is a formula I used to do this: the number of times taken times the number of times made (Convert the percentage to a decimal) equals. Then the number it equals times the made ones again.

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PAP: This is very simular to question one on page two. There is only one very important part in it remember once a player is out he doesnt count.

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PAP: On this one you should see it as L's. It is best to put them on the sides and then in the middle.

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PAP: Flip the half squar around that you know how many peaces there are and then divide the number of shaded by the number of total.

Please share your strategies for the following problems.Page 1 - Sudoku

Aidan: Sometimes there are numbers you hve to put before others, because sometimes they won't work if you put a for example a six and later on the six may not work so look throughout the whole graph.

PAP: This is a simple strategy game... It took for me a while to see what works best and i found some tricks that make it a lot easier: 1. Do one box after after another, (I mean the bog boxes where nine squares fit inside). 2. If there are several possibilities where the number should go, put the number is both squares on the top left or right hand side very small. Later on then you know if the number fits or not. Those are two tips I found very helpful.

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PAP: Look there were 16 teams 15 have to lose and each team lost one time how many are left over? This sounds complicate doesnt it think of the New York Yankies. Until they win the world champion ship they have to play against 16 teams. How many games have to be plied until they win?

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Sean: The trick to this is that the answer must be a cube do the math!

#3

PAP: There is a big clue to this whole thing what number makes the mode and the mean? You should tri adding and subtracting.

#4

PAP: A very good way I found was to tri splitting it in the half. You have to move it around to the sides but it works out fine.

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#1 Sean: Think of it as cutting a puzzle piece not just a straight cut. :) Teehhee

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PAP: Do not look at the colams fro, left to right look at them from up to down there is a hidden pattern.

#3

PAP: There is a formula I used to do this: the number of times taken times the number of times made (Convert the percentage to a decimal) equals. Then the number it equals times the made ones again.

#4

PAP: This is very simular to question one on page two. There is only one very important part in it remember once a player is out he doesnt count.

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PAP: On this one you should see it as L's. It is best to put them on the sides and then in the middle.

#2

PAP: Flip the half squar around that you know how many peaces there are and then divide the number of shaded by the number of total.

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