On some occasion I was gifted a calendar. It displays a math quizz every day of the year. Not really exciting in general, but at least one of them let me raise a group-theoretic question.
The quizz: consider an hexagon where the vertices and the middle points of the edges are marked, as in the figure alt text
One is asked to place the numbers $1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11,12,13$ (mind that $7$ is omitted) on points $a,\ldots,\ell$, in such a way that the sum on each edge equals $21$. If you like, you may search a solution, but this is not my question.
Of course the solution is non unique. You may apply any element of the isometry group of the hexagon. A little subtler is the fact that the permutation $(bc)(ef)(hi)(kl)(dj)$ preserves the set of solutions (check this).
Question. What is the invariance group of the solutions set ? Presumably, it is generated by the elements described above. What is its order ? Because it is not too big, it must be isomorphic to a known group. Which one ?