Tuesday, January 03, 2006

The missing number

Can you discover the missing number in this series?

37, 10, 82
29, 11, 47
96, 15, 87
42, ?, 15


  1. The missing number is 6. Well done Karnov and pretzel.
    The number in the middle of each triple is the same as the digits of either end's number when added together. 3+7=10=8+2 and so on

  2. 8 11 6
    14 ? 10
    3 13 9

    Can anyone help me find the missing number here?

  3. Hello anonymous: I hope you noticed I posted your question yesterday and it was promptly answered.

    The answer is here: http://statspuzzles.blogspot.com/2008/09/help-friend.html


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