By clue 2, the middle number in row 3 minus the rightmost number in row 3
equals 4, so that the highest number possible in the rightmost position of
row 3 is 5. By clue 3, the four numbers in row four sum to 8, so that the
highest number in the rightmost position of row 4 is also 5. By clue 1,
the number at the apex of the pyramid minus the leftmost number in row 4
equals 7, so that the possible numbers at the apex and leftmost in the
bottom row are 70, 81, or 92, respectively. If the numbers were 7 at
the apex and 0 leftmost in row 4, since the apex and rightmost numbers in
rows 2, 3, and 4 sum to 25 (clue 5), the rightmost numbers in rows 2, 3,
and 4 would sum to 18. This would give four possible number combinations
for the rightmost numbers in rows 2, 3, and 4: 981, 963, 954, and
864. Given the clues 2 and 3 caps on the rightmost numbers in rows 3
and 4, combinations 981, 963, and 864 would be impossible. Trying
954, by clues 2 and 3, 9 would be rightmost in row 2. Then 5 could not
be rightmost in row 3 (2), so 4 would be, with 5 rightmost in row 4. The
middle number in row 3 would be 8 (2). However, there is no way for clue 4
to work given this arrangement. So, 70 aren't at the apex and leftmost in
row 4. If the numbers were 8 at the apex and 1 leftmost in row 4, since the
apex and rightmost numbers in rows 2, 3, and 4 sum to 25 (5), the rightmost
numbers in rows 2, 3, and 4 would sum to 17. This would give four possible
number combinations for the rightmost numbers in rows 2, 3, and 4: 971,
962, 953, and 764. Given the clues 2 and 3 caps on the rightmost
numbers in rows 3 and 4 being at most 5, any combination with 9 in it would
put 9 rightmost in row 2 and 8 then to its left (4)impossible since 8 would
be at the apex. The clues 2 and 3 caps of 5 on the rightmost numbers in rows
3 and 4 would also eliminate 764 as a possibility. So, 81 aren't at the
apex and leftmost in row 4. 9 is at the apex and 2 leftmost in row 4 of
Number Pyramid 14. Since the apex and rightmost numbers in rows 2, 3,
and 4 sum to 25 (5), the rightmost numbers in rows 2, 3, and 4 would sum to
16. This would give five possible number combinations for the rightmost
numbers in rows 2, 3, and 4: 871, 862, 853, 763, and 754. Given
the clues 2 and 3 caps on the rightmost numbers in rows 3 and 4 being at
most 5, combinations 871, 862, and 763 are impossible. Trying 853,
by clues 2 and 3, 8 would be rightmost in row 2 with 7 to its left (4). Since
9 is at the apex, by clue 2, 5 couldn't be rightmost in row 3 and would be
rightmost in row 4, with 3 then rightmost in row 3. However, the middle number
in row 3 would be 7 (2)no. So, the rightmost numbers are 754 in some order.
By clues 2 and 3, 7 is rightmost in row 2with 6 to its left (4). By clue 2,
5 is rightmost in row 4 rather than row 3, with 4 rightmost in row 3. 8 is in
the middle of row 3 (2). Since row 4 sums to 8, 0 and 1 complete itby clue
6, 0 is second and 1 third from the left in row 4. Finally, 3 is the leftmost
number in row 3. In sum, Number Pyramid 14 is filled as follows:


