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This video demonstrates how to color a Sudoku grid using the digits 1-9. The video starts by explaining the rules for coloring a Sudoku grid, and then goes on to show how to color the grid using the digits 1-9. Every row, column, and 3x3 box in the grid must be filled in with a digit. The video finishes by demonstrating how to solve the puzzle using the digits 1-9.

**00:00:00**In this video, the host apologizes for the video quality of last night's video, which was caused by YouTube taking an age to process the HD version. The host also announces that they will be releasing a video on Patreon of the solution to the vignettes puzzle. Finally, the host reminds listeners that today is the birthday of Alex Chang, who is 15 years old, and Andrew, who is 23 years old.**00:05:00**The video demonstrates how to color a Sudoku puzzle, and explains that the Arrow must be at least a one, two, and three. It concludes that this Arrow must be equal to six, and is amusing if it is.**00:10:00**The video explains how to color using the digits 0-9, and how to make sure a square cannot be gray or blue, or orange, or yellow. If a square cannot be one of these colors, it is gray.**00:15:00**The video discusses how to color a Sudoku grid using logic and symmetry. The first row and column can be colored using the same logic, with the exception of the central cell, which cannot be blue. The second row and column can be colored using the same logic, with the exception of the central cell, which cannot be gray. The third row and column can be colored using the same logic, with the exception of the central cell, which cannot be orange. The fourth row and column can be colored using the same logic, with the exception of the central cell, which cannot be blue. The fifth row and column can be colored using the same logic, with the exception of the central cell, which cannot be orange. The central cell can be colored using the same logic as the other cells, using the exception of the fact that it cannot be blue.**00:20:00**The video discusses how to colour a diagram of a 2x2 box using arithmetic and symmetry. Two colors are needed to complete the square, but only one of them can be in the same box as the other. The video concludes that the two colors must be different, and that the color of the square is green.**00:25:00**The video discusses how to color digits in a Sudoku puzzle using reference to box six, which is where the two digits go that are not orange. The video then shows how to color the digits in a row using reference to box four, which is where the one and two digits go.**00:30:00**The video discusses a puzzle in which there are several squares that cannot be colored because they contain elements of other squares. The video explains that the squares can be colored by applying logic to the rows and columns, and that the squares are in fact blue because they are not gray.**00:35:00**The video explains how to color a grid using the principle of color theory, which states that different colors represent different amounts of light. When two colors are next to each other, they create a new color. The video shows how to complete the puzzle by identifying the two colors that need to be together to create the new color.**00:40:00**In this video, the presenter demonstrates how to color the digits in a number using forced and symmetrical rules. Once they've determined the blue and gray digits, they show how to color the orange digits. Finally, they explain that the blue one three is blue and the blue one three pair is a four five.**00:45:00**This video demonstrates how to colour a Sudoku grid using the digits 1-9. The video starts by explaining the rules for coloring a Sudoku grid, and then goes on to show how to color the grid using the digits 1-9. Every row, column, and 3x3 box in the grid must be filled in with a digit. The video finishes by demonstrating how to solve the puzzle using the digits 1-9.

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