There is a clock-face where the numbers have become all mixed up. Can you find out where all the numbers have got to from the ten statements below?

The clock-face has letters to mark the position of the numbers so that the statements are easier to read and to follow.

1. No even number is between two odd numbers.

2. No consecutive numbers are next to each other.

3. The numbers on the vertical axis (a) and (g) add to 13 .

4. The numbers on the horizontal axis (d) and (j) also add to 13 .

5. The first set of 6 numbers [(a) – (f)] add to the same total as the second set of 6 numbers [(g) – (l)] .

6. The number at position (f) is in the correct position on the clock-face.

7. The number at position (d) is double the number at position (h).

8. There is a difference of 6 between the number at position (g) and the number preceding it (f).

9. The number at position (l) is twice the top number (a), one third of the number at position (d) and half of the number at position (e).

10. The number at position (d) is 4 times one of the numbers adjacent (next) to it

The mouse ran up the clock i love that song.

When is this problem coming?*

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Tonight!!

I have done this problem before. Last time it was very tricky but now I have got the hang of it.**

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Then you need to post your thinking into the apple box! Its getting pretty full so make sure you communicate your thinking really well! Mrs M

i know me and mrs bowler worked on this question at homework club.We worked together and me and mrs bowler tryed and i didnt get it so i will work on this question x

That’s good to hear you are doing it at homework club! Mrs M

F is equal to five. Ben w