This puzzle I created for the practice of

This Sequences Sudoku, I am re-posting as 55th Sudoku in

**. This puzzle looks similar to***Sudoku Cup 2***which appeared in***Snake Sudoku***. The only difference is that in Snake Sudoku in the sequence the difference between two consecutive numbers is 1 but in "Sequences Sudoku", difference could be anything. This Sequences Sudoku I created during 2009 for the practice of World Sudoku Championship 2009.***World Sudoku Championship 2009*This Sequences Sudoku, I am re-posting as 55th Sudoku in

__Fun With Sudoku Series__.

**Rules of Sequences Sudoku**
Classic Sudoku Rules apply. Additionally, the digits along the gray lines are arithmetic sequences. It means that the difference between two following digits along the line is the same and the digits are not repeated there.

Example: 1-3-5 or 9-8-7-6

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