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Five squares makes a shape of plus. Place digits in each square such that the multiply of three vertical numbers...

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Draw five squares joined in the shape of a plus. Place distinct digits (other than 0 or 1) so that the three numbers in the vertical line multiply together to give the same answer as the three numbers in the horizontal line multiplied together?

posted Jun 19 by anonymous

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solution Jun 19 by Kewal Panesar
thank you sir thank you



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