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No idea. Freaky tho
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Ok so first off... if you take any two digit number and subtract it's two digits... the result is a multiple of 9....

Proof
let digit 1 be x
let the second digit be y

the number xy can be written as 10x + y
10x+y - (x + y) = 9x...
9x is a multiple of 9 QED

then if you look at the chart of symbols the 9, 18, 27,36,45,54,63,72,81 symbols are always the same... then after 10 seconds that symbol happens to be the one that pops up.... math rules
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fist of all, there are a LOT of duplicates there, and the number signs always switch. I have no idea how it does this, but i will figure it out. It has a high percentage of getting it right just by the sign.

Also, a lot of the numbers are impossible to get, like anything under 9, and also some other ones, which I won't take the time to find.

there are 84 numbers, minus the first 8 impossible ones, that's 76 numbers, without the other impossible ones.

every number will be a multiple of nine. My sister just told me that.

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f*ck! I started this post like half an hour ago, then stupid sir gordalot goes and posts while I wasa researching!! argh!

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Proof
let digit 1 be x
let the second digit be y

the number xy can be written as 10x + y
10x+y - (x + y) = 9x...
9x is a multiple of 9 QED

Thanks for saving me from writing it out

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PaperPlunger wrote:f*ck! I started this post like half an hour ago, then stupid sir gordalot goes and posts while I wasa researching!! argh!

sorry.... I'm quick
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wow it was right for the first 3 then it was wrong
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I can't get it to work on Firefox or IE. What's the dill?

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You pick a 2 digit number, then add the 2 numbers together (i.e. 17 1+7=8) then subtract that number from your number (i.e. 17-8=9) then stare at the number (9) on that chart, and it will show you the symbol that your number has.

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No, I mean I have a blank screen where the game should pop up.

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I'm getting that too now. I guess they took it off.
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