It is correct. And the beaver is very cute!
Any idea how it works? It beat me!
I think it is Maths, but it is interesting.
Hello! :DThis is very interesting and I know how it works :D This game is all about a very simple trick of 9’s. The symbols are refreshed each time and every multiple of 9 e.g. 9, 18, 27 has the same symbol. Every 2 digit number from 11 to 99, subtracting the sum of its digits by the number results in a multiple of 9. :D Take a try :D
First time he beat me too, but second not, it is a math problem.
First time I think that this is really a magic. after many attempts I realize that this is a math problem. Every time are the same operations.
it is very funny...i`m impresed...
Wow this is amaizing,I was really surprized when the beaver show me the sign I was thinking about.I think it is a trick in the middle but i don't really know what it is.
Mathematics, it does wonders! :))
Is a math problem. Very interesting ...
It is a math problem, very very interesting.
Can you explain what maths problem?
First time I didn't understand, but Bianca explained me that it is about the multiples of 9 or something like that. And it is a math problem because the number that you choose plus another one and the sum of the both minus another number gives you the result. Theoretical is a math problem and Bianca says that if you pay attention is very easy to solve it.
Nice one! :) The method is based on the fact that the difference between any number and the sum of its digits is always divide by 9.Ex: 21-3=18; 36-9=27; 93-12=81, ... 18, 27, 81 are all divided by 9. The multiple of 9's have the same symbols on the chart, just that every time you try the game and think of another number, the symbols refresh themselves, but the method is the same :).
So the mistery was solved!
Thanks Kinga, I am not good at all at math. I would never figure it out what`s the explanation. Anyway it`s interesting, it makes you wonder :)
Nice one to solve this Kinga, I would'nt find how it was posible :)
Very interesting. I didn`t know that, but the example was great. Well done, Kinga!!