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**Posted By: Luigi <lorsina@mac.com>Date: 15 June 2001, 04:18
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Ok, again on G4.

Split the numbers in two groups (those at N, E, S, W, and those at NE, SE, SW NW); you get

[50 26 113 8] and [13 22 37 7]

The numbers in the two groups all differ from a multiple of 3, while taking any number of the first and any number of the second, their sum is a multiple of 3.

Hence, the common pattern in this case is 3.

Thus (my guess): G4 = C

Luigi

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