June 19, 2013



Here is a simple number puzzle. At first, it looks complicated but upon looking for patterns, the puzzle seem so easy. I'll teach you the first one, then answer the other one. 

To solve this number puzzle, look for any relation of the numbers. Check if there is a possible relation of adjacent numbers, etc.

In this puzzle, the numbers in the first column are consecutive numbers. For the second column, notice that 3 is next to 1 and 2 in the first column. The number 3 is also the sum of 1 and 2. If you check the next number in the second column, 5 is the sum of 2 and 3 in the first column. You may continue checking for the pattern. Make sure that the pattern applies to all the numbers. Therefore the missing numbers in this puzzle are 7 and 20.

Now it is your turn. Try to decipher the missing numbers in the following puzzle:

You may write your answers in the comment box below. Good luck!


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