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 February 11, 2008 A Number Pyramid is composed of the 10 different numbers 0-9 with a top row of 1 number resting on a second row of 2 sitting on a third row of 3 supported by a bottom row of 4. For example, a Number Pyramid could be:      0     1 2    3 4 5   6 7 8 9 Given the clues below, can you determine the composition of Number Pyramid 11? The two numbers in the 2nd row of the pyramid sum to 14. The 0 isn't at the apex of the pyramid. The number second from the left in the bottom row minus the leftmost number in the bottom row equals 1. The leftmost numbers in the four rows of Number Pyramid 11 add up to 11. The rightmost number in row 3 minus the middle number in row 3 equals 2. The 1 and the 2 are in the same row of the pyramid. The rightmost number in row 4 of Number Pyramid 11 minus the number at the apex equals 1. ### Logic Problems Return to the Logic Problem List.Play more free Logic Problems. Play more free puzzles from our home page. ### Logic Problem Instructions   