Magic Gopher

Magic Gopher

Instructions: 

Think of a number with two digits. For example 43.

Now add the two numbers together. For exammple 4 + 3 = 7.

Next, subtract the new number from your orginal number. For example 43 - 7 = 36.

Finally, look at the symbol next to your number. Remember it.

Now the Magic Gohper will read your mind and tell you what your symbol is. Watch carefully.

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Think of a number with two digits. For example, 43. Follow the Magic Gopher's instructions and he will amaze you by telling you what number you chose.

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Did he get your number right? How does he do it?!

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JoanWinter's picture
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no!!!!!!!!!
that are false!
in the first are you correct but iin the Second your are incorrect are lose losser
who challenges me?!
you are scary of me?! hahaha jaja

(the best student of bristih council)
joanwinter
bye

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Chrisss's picture
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these are the only awnsers you can get from the as 93,86,83,81,72,63,54,45,44,36,27,18,9,1,0 then you always get the same icon sooo BOOM BEST STUDENT OF THE DUTCH xD

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Chrisss's picture
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easyy :) i shall explane for example look at the number 18 and remeber that icon he will always pick that icon all the numbers with the icon that 18 has can be anwsers of the as soo :) here you go just pick a paper or noteblock and recalculate it this is for all the people who where thinking it was magic xD

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Jonathan - Coordinator's picture
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Hi Cap2911. Just a little reminder to please keep all your comments in English, so all our users can understand and perhaps reply. Thanks :)
Jonathan (LearnEnglish Teens Team)

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hoboman655's picture
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Figured it out in 2 seconds. It always ends up as a multiple of nine and all of the symbols for multiples of nine are the same. Problem solved!

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Illuminati's picture
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the number you get is able to be divided by 9 NO MATTER WHAT. If you hadn't noticed all multiples of nine in the symbol chart are the exact same symbol, they just confuse you by changing the symbol each time. TRY IT

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Mathsolver's picture
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this is solution check
10 = 1 = 9
11 = 2 = 9
12 = 3 = 9
13 = 4 =9
14= 5= 9
15=6 =9
16= 7= 9
etc
than you have
20=2=18
21=3=18
22=4=18
etc
30=3=27
31=4=27
etc
it's is always the multiple of 9 so
watch at the symbols of
9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72, 81 ,90 etc they are the same
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