Riddle time!

In need of a break? Get your hands and brains working and try this for a bit of a change:

Cut the image below in three pieces and reassemble them to form a square. You need to cut along the lines, obviously. 😉


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The solution to last newsletter’s riddle: X is 8. The underlying logic is multiplication. The outer two digits in each row and each column multiply with each other to give the two-digit number in the middle. For example, on the top row, six times seven is 42. In the left column, six times eight is 48. So to find X, we note that two times four is 0X, and that eight times six is 4X — so X must be eight.


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