Here is another number puzzle. I'll tell you how to answer the first one then try to do the other by your own. Here is the first one:

Let us try to decipher the pattern for the numbers.

For the case of 1 + 2, 1 is the leftmost digit but is not the rightmost digit. That means the pattern that we got in the first statement is not true to all the statements.

The only problem is how to make 2 to 4. We can multiply 2 by 2 and get 4 or square 2 to get 4.

Let us apply that with the first statement. The square of 1 is 1. This is applicable to both statements now.

Let us study the third statement. We cannot just copy the first number for the leftmost digit. They are not equal.

What is we square the first number? Let us check if all the digits are satisfied with the pattern that we got.

Let us also see if it is applicable to the first and second statements.

Yes, both statements are satisfied. How about the fourth statement?

Now that all statements are satisfied, let us generalize the pattern for all the statements. Take note that the pattern would be:

Now, let us apply the pattern to the last statement to find the missing number.

Therefore,

It is now your turn to do same process. The following puzzle is similar to the one I presented above but there will be a slight difference. It's your turn to find the pattern.

Goodluck! Hope you learned something from this... :)

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