Give Me 6
Suppose You and your friend Addition are playing this game. With your X-ray vision, you are able to see the number that appears on the page!
|Sl. No.|| Steps to follow ||Example|
|1||Ask Addition to write any number (let it be Y) |
on a page, without letting you see it. It can be
any number. (For convenience, the number should
not be more than ten digits)
|Y = 465|
|2||Multiply that number by 3.||465 × 3 = 1395|
|3||Add 18 to that result.||1395 + 18 = 1413|
|4||Multiply that result by 2.||1413 × 2 = 2826|
|5||Divide that result by 6.||2826 / 6 = 471|
|6||Subtract his original number from that total.||471 – 465 = 6|
This is a mathematical game that you can play with your friend Addition several times. The final answer always ends up being 6!