Mirrored from Sudopedia, the Free Sudoku Reference Guide
A chute is a subdivision of the grid that encapsulates 3 boxes in a line.
A horizontal chute is known as a floor and a vertical chute is a tower.
Chutes are isolated and inspected when scanning a Sudoku. They also play a role when a Uniqueness Test is performed.
- Part of
- floor | tower
- 3 boxes | 3 lines | 18 intersections | 27 cells
This page was last modified 00:38, 30 October 2006.