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# Choose four digits, all different, and place them in a 2x2 grid so that the numbers across and down total 200. How do I do it?

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A two by two grid forms four quadrants. In the upper left quadrant, place a 4. In the upper right quadrant place a 2. In the lower left quadrant, place an eight. In the lower right quadrant place a 5. Horizontally, the numbers 42 and 85 are formed. Vertically, you form the numbers 48 and 25. The sum total of these numbers is 200. 42 + 85 + 48 + 25 = 200.

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