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mathslover
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anonymous
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why i'm not in the list.
Koikkara
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@you....bcuz ur talented...Well show them...
poopsiedoodle
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@mathslover can you explain?
mathslover
  • mathslover
Yes @poopsiedoodle : In 1st figure : (7+3 ) = 10 and the third number is 5 .. So \(\large{\frac{(7+3)}{2} = 5}\) Similarly : \(\large{\frac{(8+6)}{2} = 7}\) and \(\large{\frac{(2+10)}{2} = 6}\) Thus the pattern is : The half of the sum of the first two numbers is equal to the third number . In the 2nd figure : |dw:1362748745377:dw|
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