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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
Do This on the Calculator on your Mobile Phone.......

1) key in first 3 digits of ur phone number(not area code)
2) multiply by 8
4) multiply by 250
5) add the last 3 digits of ur phone number
6) add the last 3 digits again
7) subtract 250
8) divide by 2
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
= 763429087 :?:thinking::?

What was I supposed to get?
#2
yeah and................?
banned#3
OMG wow, it worked:-D
#4
Ok, I've just done it again - pressing the = button at the end of every instruction - and my answer was the first three digits of my phone number, followed by the last three digits.
Very clever!! :thumbsup:
banned#5
if this is all he can do then im sorry but he aint that clever - lol
banned#6
I just done this to the letter and it gave me my full phone number! Amazing! :?
#7
Slightly different version, which may work better for some:

Key in the first three digits of your phone number (not the area code).
Multiply by 80.
Multiply by 250.
Subtract 250.
Lastly divide by 2.
banned#8
nightswimmer
Slightly different version, which may work better for some:

Key in the first three digits of your phone number (not the area code).
Multiply by 80.
Multiply by 250.
Subtract 250.
Lastly divide by 2.

No
#9
donnydude
yeah and................?

It's just a bit of fun!:giggle:
For those it isn't working for press equals at the end of each task!
#10
sassie
No

Do you have a 7 digit number?
Did you press 'equals' after each step?
banned#11
nightswimmer
Do you have a 7 digit number?
Did you press 'equals' after each step?

no
and
no
1 Like #12
sassie
no
and
no

Trust you to be awkward. :p
#13
nightswimmer
Slightly different version, which may work better for some:

Key in the first three digits of your phone number (not the area code).
Multiply by 80.
Multiply by 250.
Subtract 250.
Lastly divide by 2.

Almost - it is the first three digits and the last four digits - only one digit missing.

So presumably if I key in my first 3 digits, do the steps, add my last 5 digits twice and do the rest then I will get my full phone number? And I don't know why I'm bothering with this - I'm off to look at something else!! Thanks op.
#14
shibi din
Almost - it is the first three digits and the last four digits - only one digit missing.

It needs to be a 7 digit number. :oops:

What all the complicated maths bit does is the equivalent of multiplying the first 3 digits by 10000, and then adding the last four digits on.

So 1234567 becomes 123 x 10000 = 1230000 + 4567 = 1234567
#15
how does anyone ever work these things out?
#16
markhodges1975
how does anyone ever work these things out?

Thats exactly what i said when i had it sent to me!! Must take ages! :thinking:
#17
How utterly, utterly boring. Get out more!