Think of a number. Triple it. Add twelve. Divide it by three. Then subtract the number you originally started with. Your answer is 4.

Think of a number. Quadruple it. Add twenty. Cut it in half. Cut it in half again. Then subtract the number you originally started with. Your answer is 5.

Tried it three times and it's true,

ReplyDeleteAlthough this early on a Saturday my math might be a little fuzzy...

that's interesting!

ReplyDeleteHmm... Magic? Or Mathematical Sleight of Hand?

ReplyDeleteThink of a number. Triple it. Add twelve. Divide it by three. Then subtract the number you originally started with. Your answer is 4.

Think of a number. Quadruple it. Add twenty. Cut it in half. Cut it in half again. Then subtract the number you originally started with. Your answer is 5.

There seems to be a pattern here... :)

I could have done this with fours????? She says like the people in the commercial who say, "I could have had a V8?"

Deleteit isn't true if you're bad at math

ReplyDeleteIt's the Devil's Magic. And LOL @ Adam.

ReplyDeleteI love Adam's and Debra's comment!

ReplyDeleteyou lost me at 'think' :)

ReplyDeleteBURN THE WITCH!!!!

ReplyDeleteI tried it, and sure enough...

ReplyDeleteWay cool! (And I laughed out loud with Adam's comment :)

ReplyDeleteOkay, I got sucker into doing this.

ReplyDeleteBut I'm always the guy in the audience who thinks he knows where the disappearing rabbit went when the magician put it in his hat...I got no clue.

Frick'n rabbit.

(((X x 2) + 6) / 2) - X = 3

ReplyDeleteOK Stu beat me, I was lighting the fires to burn the witch !

ReplyDeletecheers, parsnip

It works! I suck at math, so I was sure I'd mess it up, but....

ReplyDeleteWTF indeed!

ReplyDeleteThree cheers for three!

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