# Do u think i am magic?

trick 1 take a number any number between 1 and 100000000. keep it in your head now (+ 2 to it) (+ 4 to it). (- 3 to it) (+ 4 to it) now take away the number you started with and the answer u have is 7.
trick 2
Enter 999999 into your calculator, then divide it by seven.
The result will be a mysterious...
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trick 1 take a number any number between 1 and 100000000. keep it in your head now (+ 2 to it) (+ 4 to it). (- 3 to it) (+ 4 to it) now take away the number you started with and the answer u have is 7.

trick 2

Enter 999999 into your calculator, then divide it by seven.

The result will be a mysterious number!

Throw a die (or randomly pick a number from 1 to 6) and

multiply the result by the mysterious number. Arrange the digits

of the product from lowest to highest from left to right to form

a six-digit number. What is the number?

trick 3 Think of any number from 1 through 100. Write down its

name.

Count the number of letters in its name to obtain a second

number. Count the number of letters in the second number to

obtain a third number.

Continue in this way until the chain of numbers ends on a

number that keeps repeating.

What is the number?

trick 4

Multiply your phone number -- treating it as a seven-digit

number (without its area code) -- by 8. Then write down the

following three numbers:

(i) your phone number,

(ii) 8, and

(iii) the product of your phone number and 8.

Add up all the individual digits in those three numbers. If

the sum is more than one digit, take that sum and add up its

digits. Continue adding up digits until only one digit is left.

What is the digit?

trick 5

When in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for

one People to dissolve the Political Bands which have connected

them with another, and to assume, among the Powers of the Earth,

the separate and equal Station to which the Laws of Nature and of

Nature's God entitle them, a descent Respect to the Opinions of

Mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel

them to the Separation.

Printed above is the first paragraph of the U.S. Declaration

of Independence. Select any one of the first 20 words. Count

the letters and call that number n. Move ahead n words,

beginning with the word after your selected word. When you reach

that nth word, count its letters and move ahead as many words as

the new letter count. Continue in this manner, counting letters

and moving ahead words, until you stop on a word that's beyond

the fourth line.

on what word did you stop?

trick 2

Enter 999999 into your calculator, then divide it by seven.

The result will be a mysterious number!

Throw a die (or randomly pick a number from 1 to 6) and

multiply the result by the mysterious number. Arrange the digits

of the product from lowest to highest from left to right to form

a six-digit number. What is the number?

trick 3 Think of any number from 1 through 100. Write down its

name.

Count the number of letters in its name to obtain a second

number. Count the number of letters in the second number to

obtain a third number.

Continue in this way until the chain of numbers ends on a

number that keeps repeating.

What is the number?

trick 4

Multiply your phone number -- treating it as a seven-digit

number (without its area code) -- by 8. Then write down the

following three numbers:

(i) your phone number,

(ii) 8, and

(iii) the product of your phone number and 8.

Add up all the individual digits in those three numbers. If

the sum is more than one digit, take that sum and add up its

digits. Continue adding up digits until only one digit is left.

What is the digit?

trick 5

When in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for

one People to dissolve the Political Bands which have connected

them with another, and to assume, among the Powers of the Earth,

the separate and equal Station to which the Laws of Nature and of

Nature's God entitle them, a descent Respect to the Opinions of

Mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel

them to the Separation.

Printed above is the first paragraph of the U.S. Declaration

of Independence. Select any one of the first 20 words. Count

the letters and call that number n. Move ahead n words,

beginning with the word after your selected word. When you reach

that nth word, count its letters and move ahead as many words as

the new letter count. Continue in this manner, counting letters

and moving ahead words, until you stop on a word that's beyond

the fourth line.

on what word did you stop?

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