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logic puzzle

Please solve the logic puzzle above and provide an explanation for your reasoning.

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    $\begingroup$ Hi Rahul, welcome to PSE! What is the source of this puzzle? $\endgroup$ – Greg Feb 6 at 18:02
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Pretty sure I've seen this style before I believe it's:

3

Because:

Using bottom 2 circles only look at the top/left segment of both. The 1st upper circle is addition. 2nd upper circle is multiplication. 3rd upper circle is subtraction. So 2+6 =8, 2x6 = 12 and 6-2 = 4. Doing this for ? Fits the number 3.

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