# You can see some missing numbers in the figure. You have to fill them such that the sum of each side equals 36.

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posted Feb 6, 2015
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Missing No. are 1,2,3,10.

The no. will be in following order

8,11,6,1,10 = 36

8,2,5,9,12 = 36

10,4,3,7,12=36

answer Jul 17, 2015 by anonymous
Correct answer.
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8 11 6 3 8
8 4 5 7 12
8 2 5 9 12
Missing. Terms are
3,8,5,2

answer Feb 6, 2015
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The numbers will be put this way
83
52
84

answer May 12, 2015
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answer Jun 4, 2015
Number 11, 2, & 9 are repeating twice. Hence this answer is wrong.

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