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In each triangle, the central number equals the sum of the three outer numbers divided by two.
In each star, the central number equals the difference between the sum of the even numbers and the sum of the odd numbers from the points of the star.
In each triangle, the number at the apex of the triangle equals the average of the two numbers at the bottom.
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