In "
A Pattern of Numbers" you were asked to find the relationship between numbers appearing in a pattern. This puzzle uses a similar, yet different, criterion.
Can you discover the relationship between the numbers and figure out what number belongs at the X in this pattern? The same rule applies to each set of numbers in the pattern.
34 32 36 46 64 75 50 35 34
16 18 14 22 X 40 35 15 20 12
assuming an error
X=24
each number in the upper line is equal to the sum of the two numbers below it!!
Edited on August 16, 2005, 2:20 pm

Posted by Jud
on 20050816 14:19:18 