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All possible mathmatical outcomes are given the same symbol.

It'll always come up the same. Has nothing to do with mouse position or other user input.
 

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Patrick said:


All possible mathmatical outcomes are given the same symbol.

It'll always come up the same. Has nothing to do with mouse position or other user input.
Ok, I used 3 different numbers and got 3 different symbols. I guess I am a dumbass. Ponch, if you read this, you can kiss my big ass :laughing:
 

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Ok, I used 3 different numbers and got 3 different symbols. I guess I am a dumbass. Ponch, if you read this, you can kiss my big ass :laughing:
10 (10-1) = answer is 9
11 (11-2) = answer is 9
12 (12-3) = answer is 9
13 (13-4) = answer is 9
14 (14-5) = answer is 9
15 (15-6) = answer is 9

In this example, chose 10,11,12,13,14 or 15 and your answer will be the same... 9.

There are only so many solutions to this problem when picking a two digit # between 1 and 99.
 

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Didn't work for me:lookinup: I outweirded the weird.
 

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Patrick said:
10 (10-1) = answer is 9
11 (11-2) = answer is 9
12 (12-3) = answer is 9
13 (13-4) = answer is 9
14 (14-5) = answer is 9
15 (15-6) = answer is 9

In this example, chose 10,11,12,13,14 or 15 and your answer will be the same... 9.

There are only so many solutions to this problem when picking a two digit # between 1 and 99.
Ok, We know your kid figured that out for you. But how the hell does it know what symbol you picked?
 

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IT CORECTED MY MATH BY TELLING ME

TH CORECT SYMBLE / THIS COULD HELP A LOT OF KIDS PASS MATH :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :smokin:
 

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I must be easy to amuses because I did it for awhile atleast 12 times and it was right ever time, showing different signs :surprised
 

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Ok, We know your kid figured that out for you. But how the hell does it know what symbol you picked?
They simply used the same symbol for each possible math solution. Go look at my photoshop, each yellow entry is the same symbol, and those are the only possible answers for that math problem.

Anything that ISN'T yellow is NOT a solution to the math formula.

It's sort of like this: Pick any # from one to a million, then multiply it by zero. Is the answer zero? Duh... yep... for that one and the other 999,999 numbers too.:thumbsup:
 

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Patrick said:


All possible mathmatical outcomes are given the same symbol.

It'll always come up the same. Has nothing to do with mouse position or other user input.
ALSO, the symbols change after each trial. :thumbsup:

Your answers will always be one of these:
0, 4, 9, 11, 18, 22, 26, 27, 32 ,36, 37, 44, 45, 48, 54, 63, 72, 81, 85, 86

So each of these have the same smybol. Then, on the next trial, the symbols whill have changed and you will get one of these numbers again. :thumbsup:
 

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ALSO, the symbols change after each trial. :thumbsup:

Your answers will always be one of these:
0, 4, 9, 11, 18, 22, 26, 27, 32 ,36, 37, 44, 45, 48, 54, 63, 72, 81, 85, 86

So each of these have the same smybol. Then, on the next trial, the symbols whill have changed and you will get one of these numbers again. :thumbsup:
It can't be 0, 4, 85 or 86.:thumbsup:
 

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It can't be 0, 4, 85 or 86.:thumbsup:
Well no, not 4, 85 or 86... but any single digit will equal 0. (I didnt work it out, I just described all of the signs that were the same)

For ex. 5... 0 + 5 = 5. 5-5=0
 

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Well no, not 4, 85 or 86... but any single digit will equal 0. (I didnt work it out, I just described all of the signs that were the same)

For ex. 5... 0 + 5 = 5. 5-5=0
They said it had to be a double digit number. So, since 10 is the smallest, that solution would be 9. So, no number less than 9 can occur. And, since 99 is the largest number before it's 3 digits, that solution would be 81. So, 85 and 86 are out as possibles as well.
 

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They said it had to be a double digit number. So, since 10 is the smallest, that solution would be 9. So, no number less than 9 can occur. And, since 99 is the largest number before it's 3 digits, that solution would be 81. So, 85 and 86 are out as possibles as well.
Ok ok. I didnt read the instructions... :bang
I understand how it works, I was just trying to explain it too. Oh well. :thumbsup:
 

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