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10152005 12:35 AM 12 years ago  Post 1 
Butch rrVeteran New York  

10152005 01:39 AM 12 years ago  Post 2 
Sweatum rrApprentice Daytona Beach, Fl.  I sure can't figure that one out. That is just spookyIt's hard to hit the auto s/w  

10152005 02:23 AM 12 years ago  Post 3 
Branzzz rrVeteran Singapore  its just a mathamatical trick...Raptor 50V2  

10152005 02:29 AM 12 years ago  Post 4 
vaportrail OLD rrApprentice Anchorage, Alaska  Check out 20q.com.I bought my granddaughter a handheld version of this but she has a hard time getting it away from the adults. I was in the store before I bought it and thought of 'helicopter.' It never even asked me if I was thinking of something that flys and it guessed helicopter. Simple principal really but quite good at questioning and guessing.
 

10152005 03:10 AM 12 years ago  Post 5 
littleman rrKey Veteran Pasadena, Ca  they had the handheld in the HS where i worked. it guessed everything but file cabinet, including some nochild like things
 

10152005 03:13 AM 12 years ago  Post 6 
Tom DeWinter rrVeteran Quad Cities, IL  Pretty simple once you see what they're doing.Don't believe I had to set up a spreadsheet to see the number sequence. TomQuad Cities RC Whirlybirds  FunFly July 12 & 13, 2008 Davenport IA  

10152005 04:57 AM 12 years ago  Post 7 
DOperchal rrApprentice Ft Rucker, AL  All the symbols that display are a multiple of nine.For example 78 7+8=15 7815=63 63 is a multiple of nine. So the symbol for the multiples of nine will display every time.Peace through superior firepower  

10152005 01:35 PM 12 years ago  Post 8 
Tom DeWinter rrVeteran Quad Cities, IL  I knew somebody wouldn't be able to resist spilling the beansTomQuad Cities RC Whirlybirds  FunFly July 12 & 13, 2008 Davenport IA  

10152005 05:03 PM 12 years ago  Post 9 
cudaboy_71 rrElite Veteran sacramento, ca, u.s.  i've always been facinated by 9s. for example, how every digit of a multiple of nine always adds up to nine.that is, 9x2=18....1+8=9 or 9x8=72....7+2=9 even works for larger multiples...but you have to keep adding 9x654 = 5886....5+8+8+6=27.....2+7=9 someone once explained this to me in mathematical proof, but i'll be damned if i can remember the layman's logic. i just know that most of these '9' tricks work off of this phenomenon...if that's what you call it.if it ain't broke, break it.  

10172005 05:55 PM 12 years ago  Post 10 
Hawk4flyer rrApprentice Deland,Florida  Its called a "digital prime".There is a "bar trick" that uses digital primes to "WOW" people with. All you have to do is memorize a few multiples of 9. Like 81, 90, 99, 108, and so on. Have them mutliply any number by a multiple of 9. For instance, 1234 x 108= 133272 Tell them to remove one digit. Then write down the remaining numbers for you. So, 13272 would be an answer. Tell them your going to fill in the missing number. Add these numbers together, 1+3+2+7+2=15 then 1+5=6 Subtract 6 from 9 and you have the missing number. This doesn't work if they remove a 0 or a 9.  

10172005 07:45 PM 12 years ago  Post 11 
cudaboy_71 rrElite Veteran sacramento, ca, u.s.  so, you couldnt be perfect. but, there's only a 1/5 chance they pick a number you cant know for certain, and a 1 in 2 chance on that one. so, there's a 1/10 chance you get busted...or if you're an optimist 90% chance of getting it right.
you could say the sun was in your eyes i guess This doesn't work if they remove a 0 or a 9.  

10182005 02:08 AM 12 years ago  Post 12 
Hawk4flyer rrApprentice Deland,Florida  Or that Gas from Venus blocked your view of the world they live in.Actually, you could remove the 0, but not the 9's. and just know that an answer of 9 means they left out a zero. Here is a case in point.... 99 * 110 = 10890 1+0+8+0=18 1+8=9 But.... 1+0+8+9=18 1+8=9 I think, if you use 108 you will never have a 9 in the answer. I haven't tested it to be sure.  

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