-- you'll see a message from Magnus saying something is hidden in the bed here. When you looked at the bed before, nothing happened; now, you'll see a hotspot on the wooden panel that reveals a puzzle.
The goal is to place the numbers so that the numbers show what you get when you add all the numbers in the circles involved. Read to the end of this hint for the answers.
A Venn diagram, in case you've never heard the term, is a way to show the way things are related using circles.
For example, if you had one circle full of all the animals that can fly, and another circle full of all the animals with only two legs, the place where the two circles overlap would be all the two-legged flying animals. See?
In this case, it's all numbers. At the center of each circle is a place for you to put a number from 1 to 9. Where the circles cross, a number is filled in that shows what you get when the numbers in those two circles are combined.
For example, where the two circles at the bottom left cross, there's a 5. That means when you add the numbers in those two circles, they add up to 5. The only combinations for 5 are 1 + 4 or 2 + 3.
Let's try the highest number. The only possible combination for 23, given that you can't repeat any numbers, is 9, 8, and 6. The only question is which number goes where.
If you're a number person, you're probably snorting at how easy this is. For me, well ... I have to take it a little more slowly. Put in a couple numbers and see what happens.
Or mess about till you start spitting at the screen, then look here for the answer: