Which figure should be placed in the empty triangle?
6 7 7 6
8 6 6 ?
2 2 5 3 4 2 5 3

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Answer / jack

Correct Answer is 3.
Follow anticlockwise. Subtract the left figure from top
figure and multiply result with the rightmost figure, the
answer will be equal to the middle figure.
1st triangle: (6-2)*2=8 (8 in middle)
2nd triangle: (7-5)*3=6 (6 in middle)
3rd triangle: (7-4)*2=6 (6 in middle)
4th triangle: (6-5)*3=3 (? in middle)
So, the answer is 3.

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Answer / jinki


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Answer / ripudaman

6 + 7 + 7 + 6 =26
8 + 6 + 6 + ? =26-20=6
2 +2 + 5+ 3 + 4+ 2 + 5 +3 =26

so the answer is 6..! adding all gives 26

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Answer / bolo

here thr s no figure 2 place in it. only numbers........

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Answer / kiran

I don't know exact answer.
I am just putting some probabalities

consider sum of each set.
set 1 = 18
set 2 = 21
set 3 = 19
set 4 = 14 + x

Here if x can be 8 to make:- set 4 = 22

or Leave the first row of number since they are not part
Againg adding set wise.
set 1 = 12
set 2 = 14
set 3 = 12
set 4 = 8 + x

Here we can put x = 6 to make it 14 again.

Hoping any one can give better answer...wish explanation..

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Answer / shefali


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Answer / viji

7 4

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