   # The question given in the picture was asked from Rahul in his aptitude class. Can you solve it?

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The question given in the picture was asked from Rahul in his aptitude class.

Can you solve it?  posted Feb 6, 2017

Let the numbers in the boxes be

A B
C D

A - B = 6
A + C = 15
C - D = 6
B + D = 3

Solving with A + B + C + D = 18; we get A + D = 9 = B + C

A = 18
B = 12
C = (-3)
D = (-9) answer Feb 7, 2017

9-3=6
+ +
6-0=6
= =
15 3 answer Feb 7, 2017 by anonymous

6 - 0 = 6
+ +
9 - 3 = 6
= =
15 3 answer Feb 7, 2017

7 - 1 = 6
+ +
8 - 2 = 6
= =
15 3 answer Sep 13, 2017

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