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placing numbers (Posted on 2007-03-12) Difficulty: 4 of 5
You need to make it so that the sum in every row and column will be equal. To do that, you need to select two positive integers. The only numbers that you can place in the grid are those two integers, their sum, their difference, their product, or their quotient. You can place only whole numbers.

49

17

24

7

43

10

Can you complete the grid?

See The Solution Submitted by Assaf    
Rating: 3.6000 (5 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionSolutionK Sengupta2008-10-06 00:17:23
Solutionre(2): The integers -- almost magicCharlie2007-03-28 08:41:19
re(2): The integersCharlie2007-03-16 09:53:18
Solutionre: The integersCharlie2007-03-16 09:47:29
Solutionre: The integersDej Mar2007-03-15 22:41:19
Hints/Tipsre: The integersCharlie2007-03-15 12:00:16
SolutionThe integersAssaf2007-03-15 09:07:01
re: Close, but not quite it.Charlie2007-03-15 08:49:45
Close, but not quite it.Dej Mar2007-03-15 05:51:46
of cors you need to replicate some numbersAssaf2007-03-14 12:32:35
re(2): Lost.brianjn2007-03-13 19:31:39
Questionre: Lost.Dej Mar2007-03-13 07:24:38
Lost.brianjn2007-03-13 06:55:40
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