What on Square!?

• I believe, that mathematically there is infinite number of solutions. I suppose the values of goods are supposed to be a whole number, since I was unable to find a solution with natural numbers as values of goods in the interval of solutions <-1000; 1000>.

If the solution is supposed to be a natural number, I found:

75 (meat = 4; patries = -5; food = 4; flour = 5)

459 (meat = -38; patries = -8; food = 38; flour = 19)

843 (meat = -80; patries = -11; food = 72; flour = 33)

If the solution is supposed to be a whole number, I also found:

-309 (meat = 46; patries = -2; food = -30; flour = -9)

-693 (meat = 88; patries = 1; food = -64; flour = -23)

There are some wannabes:

651 (meat = -59; patries = -9,5; food = 55; flour = 26)

-501 ((meat = 67; patries = -0,5; food = -47; flour = -16)

-885 (meat = 109; patries = 2,5; food = -81; flour = -30)

And a lot more kinda pretty numbers:

555; 747; 795; 939; -405; -789; -981

Hope I didnt mistype. Anyway thx for some brainteaser.

Standouch (CZ101 Golden Gate)

• IT101 Golden Gate

The number is 20.

• Thank you to all geniuses! It seems this was "a bit" too puzzling puzzle!

There are two solutions, a simple one and one that asks for patience with numbers.

Solution 1: sum and multiply the number of goods, going clockwise.

4x5+5=25

6x3+10=28

7x8+4=60

2x9+10=28

Solution 2: give each goods a value

Sausage 4

Burger 4

Flour 5