# math

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if you have 3 rows and three columns and you have to find the hidden numbers. each number is less than 100,the sum of the digits of each number in column 2 is 10,the sum of the numbers in column 1 is 30,row 1 contains odd multiples of 7,the sum of the digits of each number in column 3 is the same,the sum of the numbers in column 2 is even, the sum of the numbers in column 3 is odd,the numbers in row 3 are multiples of 8, the numbers in column 3 are multiples of 3, and row 2 contains multiples of 5.so what would be the hidden numbers?

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