Mirrored from Sudopedia, the Free Sudoku Reference Guide
A division is a method by which the Sudoku grid is divided into 9 houses, each containing 9 cells. There are no overlapping areas between the houses within a single division.
Constraints which do not cover the entire grid, such as the diagonals in Sudoku-X, are not divisions.
Standard Sudoku Divisions
- Horizontal lines
- Vertical lines
- 3x3 Boxes
Sudoku Variation Divisions
- 4 window panes, 4 groups of styles and 1 disjoint group of corner cells.
- Irregular regions of 9 cells, also known as jigsaw pieces.
- Part of
- 9 houses | 81 cells
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