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Below puzzle have some missing number .Can you find them ? .

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Hint #1

Start solving from ↑(Top)

Hint #2

Look closely there is some pattern inside ever rectangle which lead you to next answer

Hint #3

Divide then add or subtract .Start from upper rectangle and look for the pattern.

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  • $\begingroup$ Is it intentional that the 90 and 70 in the middle right rectangle are not aligned? $\endgroup$ – tyui Apr 8 at 12:26
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    $\begingroup$ I didn't observed that :P nothing intentional its my drawing mistake ;) $\endgroup$ – Swati Apr 8 at 12:27
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numbSQ In the first column all numbers are multiples of 5. In the last column all numbers are multiples of 7. By addition and subtraction we obtain (63 + 70 + 56) - (60 + 55 + 65) = 3^2. In the second column and the fifth column, all numbers are multiples of 10 plus one prime. By addition and subtraction we obtain (800 + 80 + 200 + 40 +3) - (160 + 13 + 400 + 20 + 430) = 10^2. In the third column and the fourth column all numbers are multiples of 5. By addition and subtraction we obtain (55 + 90 + 985) - (1065 + 30 + 10) = 5^2. So the missing numbers are 55, 1065, 13, 56 (shown outside the square).

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  • $\begingroup$ Good try ,but none of your answer are correct .Hint ( look closely in each rectangle there is some pattern ) . $\endgroup$ – Swati Apr 9 at 9:23
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The numbers could be

50, 20, 25, 7045(the last one I'm unsure of, since there's only 3 areas instead of 4)

Explanation

Rectangle1: 800/80=10. 60-10=50 || Rectangle2: 63-55=8. 160/8=20 || Rectangle3: 200/40=5. 30-5=25 || (Rectangle4): 400/20=20. 90-70=20 || (Rectangle5): 10+3=13. 13*5=65 || Rectangle6: 985+430=1415. 1415*5=7075

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  • $\begingroup$ 3 are correct , only last one is wrong . hint rot13 (Qvivqr ovttre ahzore ol fbzrguvat naq gura fhogenpg vg ol bgure ahzore) $\endgroup$ – Swati Apr 20 at 4:40

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