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Sum more Skyscraper Sudoku (Posted on 2009-04-14) Difficulty: 3 of 5
This is a variation on the combined Skyscraper/Sudoku problem previously posted as King Kong Meets Godzilla1.

This puzzle involves a standard Sudoku X problem, with 1 to 9 appearing once in every row, column, 3x3 cell block and the two diagonals. While no starting numbers are provided here (again), the numbers around the grid represent the sum of the 'height' values for every visible building when viewed inwardly along the respective row, column and diagonal. For example, an indicated '11' would mean the first few cells could only be occupied by buildings having a unit height (e.g. storeys) of either 2 and 9, or 2, 1 and 9.

14

21

29

23

17

9

28

18

11

16

16

28

16

19

15

16

18

32

19

23

14

13

27

9

29

17

9

16

17

29

18

22

25

22

25

9

24

29

17

17

1See also Skyscrapers and Skyscraper Counting.

  Submitted by rod hines    
Rating: 4.0000 (1 votes)
Solution: (Hide)
536-891-427
218-574-396
749-236-581
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352-718-964
687-943-215
491-652-873
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973-185-642
825-467-139
164-329-758

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SolutionSolutionSing4TheDay2009-04-14 18:10:46
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