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n = e + y and m = 4 + z from the table

So m + n = 4 + z + e + y = (e + z) + (4 + y) = 10 - 5 (from table) = 5
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New post 06 Nov 2006, 12:53
It seems like a logic question to start with.

If you draw out the table and work through each one, took me under 2 mins to solve

Answer 5

+ X Y Z

4 1 -5 M - From this line we know that X = -3 and Y =-9

E 7 N 10 - From this line and using the above we know that e = 10
and N = 1 and Z = 0, hence M = 4

F 2 -4 5 - Can work this out to test logic

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New post 06 Nov 2006, 12:53
thanks. now it seems so easy. :oops:
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New post 06 Nov 2006, 13:08
lfox2 wrote:
It seems like a logic question to start with.

If you draw out the table and work through each one, took me under 2 mins to solve


2 minutes huh? How long does it take to just look in the little square with the m and the n and add 10 and -5 together? Filling in the dot takes longer....
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I'm working on being quicker, but thansk for the tip!
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