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Above picture is a flower-like circles with digits to each intersection which follow the rules:

  • A circle and its center must contain all of the digits from 1 to 7.
  • I have put some numbers to some letters there.

Circle example :

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There are only 2 answers, find the answers !

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First

The middle must be $7$, as the outside is all given as $\{1,2,3,4,5,6\}$

Then

The innermost circle (around the $7$) could be a rotation by two positions of the outermost circle in either direction, with the remaining six entries (the big inner circle, near the outside) a "rotation" by two positions in the other direction (see below).
The other option that one might want to try is to have the innermost circle opposing the outside one (or rotated by $3$), but the big inner circle wont work in that configuration.

Like this:

one solution
or
the other solution

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