What are the Rules of Sudoku?
The rules of Sudoku is that there are 9 rows which each row have 9 boxes with all of them having 9 different numbers with each other. As same as the rows, there are 9 columns which needs to have 9 different numbers in each box. Also, if you see carefully there will be 9 huge boxes. In each box, there needs to have small boxes with 9 different numbers as well. Furthermore, there are some missing numbers you need to fill to finish the game. Therefore, we need to use deduction to find missing numbers and fill it in boxes to create new rows and etc...
How did I find the Solution?
I figured this problem out by finding out missing numbers of one of the huge boxes which has many other small boxes with the numbers already filled in. The reason I used this trick is because if you find the missing numbers in the huge boxes first, you will soon be able to find out the unknown subjects of columns and rows one at a time until you discover all of them to accomplish this popular deduction game.
Can I Think of any other Times I can use Deduction to find Missing Information?
I can use deduction when I'm playing chess because the results depends on your decision making of how you move the chess into different positions. Therefore, you need to deduct using the rules of the game to take advantage of your location to capture the king.
When do I use Patterns to find Missing Information?
I use patterns to find missing information when I'm buying something with an interesting discount which is more unusual than any other prices because when you're calculating the prices of something with a discount, just like algebra, there is a pattern of using complement equations to find various answers. For example, to figure out the price of this something which costs $5,000 with a 50% discount, the solution would be 5,000 x 50% = 5,000 x 0.5 = $2,500.
For conclusion, I hope this has been a great experience to check back to deduction skills to justify my claim much effectively.