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Locked candidate technique type 1
The locked candidate type 1 technique is a technique of elimination, allowing you to logically determine which numbers can be eliminated.
The locked candidate technique type 2
The locked candidate technique (claims) is a technique of elimination that logically determines which numbers can be eliminated. It complements perfectly with the type 1 technique.
The Naked Pair Technique
The naked pair technique is a technique that says that if there are two cells in a house that have only two candidates, then we can eliminate those candidates from the other cells in the same house.
The naked triplet technique
The naked triplet technique is a technique that says that if there are three cells in a house that have the same 3 candidates, you can eliminate those 3 candidates from all other cells in that house.
The hidden pair technique
The hidden pair technique is a technique that says that if there are two cells in a house where there are two candidates that do not appear anywhere outside of those cells, those candidates must be placed in both cells.
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