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Place integers from 1-12 in on the points and cross sections of a star (David's Star or 2 triangles one opinting up and one ointing down). The sum of each of the six rows must total 26. A 9 is already placed on the top point, a 5 is on the left top point, a 3 is one the bottom point, a 2 is on the bottom left point. HELP

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