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Not all cards will be exactly right side up
Something connects the cards.
Some cards will cover parts of others.
Most of the words and phrases on the cards are clues towards arranging the cards. One set of words is used another way.
The orientation of the art on each card in this puzzle usually gives you a hint as to the proper orientation of the card. Also, 'Blues in Back' refers to the cards with blue square stickers going behind (i.e. underneath) the other cards.
The green and yellow circles show how to link some of the cards. Also, faces generally show only two eyes.
You need to stack and connect the cards by lining up the eyes on all the cards. If you do this correctly, you'll also match up the parts of the green and yellow circles.
Lining up the left and right eyes properly, with the cards with blue sections in back, will give you one math problem and two more numbers, for a total of three
When you put the two blue cards in back and stack the other cards on top, lining up the eyes and paying attention to left and right eyes, the first segment shows '13 minus 6,' which is the first number in the solution. The other solution numbers follow.