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

384 views posted Feb 6, 2015

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
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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

The numbers will be put this way
83
52
84 answer May 12, 2015
–1 vote answer Jun 4, 2015
Number 11, 2, & 9 are repeating twice. Hence this answer is wrong.

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