Puzzles: Playing cards puzzles

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Which playing card is missing from the below pattern?

Answer:

Five of Clubs.

Explanation:

In rows, add together the values of the first four cards b get a 2 digit number. Add these together to give the value of the right hand card. The suit of this card is the same as the card to the left with the highest value.

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Which playing card finish the below puzzle?

Answer:

Ace of Spades.

Explanation:

In each row the value of the right hand card equals the difference between the sums of the red cards and black cards to the left There is always 1 card ol each suit on every row.

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Which Playing Card Replaces the Question Mark?

Answer:

Three (Spades or Clubs).

Explanation:

In each row, add the values of the black cards to get a 2 digit number. Add these digits together to got tho value of the red card in the middle.

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Which playing card replaces the question mark?

Answer:

Three of Hearts.

Explanation:

In each row the average of the 3 cards to the left equals the value of the card on the right. There is one card from each suit on every row.

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Which playing card completes the below puzzle?

Answer:

2 of any suit.

Explanation:

In each row the sum of the even cards, minus the sum of the odd cards, equals 10.