## Can you find the missing number in this puzzle | Puz1493

###  In each diagram multiply top two values and add their sum to give the bottom value.

In first rectangle, (6 * 4 ) + (6 + 4) = 34

In second rectangle,  ( 8 * 5 ) + (8 + 5) = 53

Similarly, in last rectangle, (9 * 2) + (9 + 2) = 29

## Find missing number in this number sequence puzzle | Puz1064

### Find missing number in this rectangle filled with numbers. Find the difference of first two numbers in each row and double it to get third number in that row.
11-2 = 9*2 = 18
5-2 = 3*2 = 6
12-5 = 7*2 = 14

## Number Sequence Puzzles : Can You Find Answer to this | Puz1063

### All three triangles are interconnected. Find the answer by deriving a relation between them. Difference of numbers in first two pentagons is in third pentagon at same location.

difference of
2,5 = 3
4,5 = 1
7,9 = 2
6,11 = 5
1,10 = 9

## Tricky Missing Number Puzzle : Solve this if you can | Puz1062

### Find the missing number in last rectangle with help of other three rectangles. Bottom right rectangle contain result of sum of numbers in first three rectangles at respective positions.

6+3+3=12
4+1+12=17
9+4+3=16
2+7+6=15

## Missing Number Puzzles With Answers : Can You Solve This | Puz1061

Sum of numbers on each line is 15.
6+5+4 = 15
3+5+7 = 15
9+5+1 = 15
8+5+2 = 15

## Another Tricky Number Sequence Puzzle With Answer For You | Puz1060

Multiply first two numbers in each row and subtract first number from the product to get third number in that row.

(2*11)-2 = 20
(4*9)-4 = 32
(7*8)-7 = 49
(4*10)-4 = 36

## Awesome Number sequence Puzzle With Answer | Puz1059

### It is little bit difficult to guess the number in last rectangle. Any way, answer is provided below for you In each rectangle, multiply first row numbers and subtract sum of numbers in second row from it. Result of each rectangle should be 40.

(13*5)-(5+20) = 40
(12*4)-(3*5) = 40
(16*4)-(20+4) = 40
(11*5)-(7+8)= 40

## Finding the missing number is very easy in this Missing Number Puzzle | Puz1058

### This is extremely easy missing number puzzle. If you don’t know answer by any chance, then scroll down to see answer. 9/3 = 3;
6/2 = 3;
8/4 = 2;

## Number Sequence Puzzles : This puzzle seems to be tricky | Puz1057

### Find the missing number which comes at the end of this table and replaces question mark. Calculate the difference of numbers in each row. it follows a particular sequence like 6,5,4,3,2,1.

8 – 2 = 6
9 – 4 = 5
7 – 3 = 4
9 – 6 = 3
8 – 6 = 2
4 – 3 = 1

## Can You find missing number in last rectangle | Puz1056

### Based on the pattern which numbers are following in first three rectangles, calculate the missing number in fourth rectangle. 