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Can you find what comes in place of $???$

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Hint:

White + Black = ???

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  • $\begingroup$ There's potentially not enough information here to be sure an answer is correct. In other words, there may be more than one potentially valid answer. $\endgroup$ – RShields Jun 21 at 14:22
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The solution could be:

FA3

Because ...

In the 3. step the 0 becomes an A, and 'd' becomes a 'b', maybe it gets mirrored on its y - axsis. Also in the 3. step the C returns in place of the E.

But this only a guess, there could be more than one answer.

An other answer could be:

F_3, because if you overlap the C and d with XOR you get A

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  • $\begingroup$ 0, D and E are unchanged i.e., there is a particular character associated with each of them. It can be found by comparing 1st and 2nd correspondences. $\endgroup$ – Ak19 Jun 21 at 15:29

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