3, 12, 40, 44, 30, 2, 22,
39, 31, 33, 43, 24, 46, 8,
19, 18, 49, 21, 6, 9, 28.
Most of the numbers in the list above can be added to another number in the list to give a sum of 52. Which numbers do not have a partner?
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