From: Iain Strachan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 24 2000 - 20:29:53 EST
Brilliant! What really spooked me out was when I thought of the number then didn't look at the chart and clicked the crystal ball. Then clicked next and found the symbol DIDN'T match!
Then that put me up to the fact that they switched it every time, then multiples of 9 etc etc ...
I'm going to enjoy torturing my kids with this one :-)
On Sun, 23 Feb 2003 14:32:59
Dr. Blake Nelson wrote:
>That is absolutely amazing! <g>
>But . . ., how come the only numeric solutions to the
>equation all always have the same symbol? :D
>At least all the other _non-possible_ results have
>different symbols. LOL
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