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Sudoku users can thank the Romans

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Ok, I don't know if you do them, nor what level you are at, but as one progresses there arrives a moment where one has to use no choice but to punge for one set of numbers as opposed to the others, so I tend to write in ink all those numbers which are 100% certain, then use a pencel for the plunge but suppose you want to keep half the numbers you have which are uncertain while changing the others, this is where I write in Roman numbers, I, V, IX, etc., anyway who would of thought that someone in the century should still wish to use Roman numbers.

One other means of dealing with this problem is using the number with a small letter like 1a, 2a, etc., anyway I hope that this helps.

btw, if anyone has some tricks, without using the computer, please let me know.
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I tried sudoku, its a GREAT game!

I thourght i had come up with a solution, but it all failed on the last few rows of numbers!!!

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