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Ok! this one stumps me. 
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Do you really want the answer? Spoiler space.. Highlight to reveal: Every combination results in the same symbol. The symbol is changed every round, but it is the same for any number you pick. Clever though! 
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Caitlin beat me to it! Every legal answer for doubledigit numbers results in a multiple of 9. The Excel formula is =a1(int(a1/10)+mod(a1,10)) where a1 is the number you chose. This simplifies to =9*int(a1/10). For example, 12 gives a result of 9; 22 gives 18; 32 gives 27; etc. All those multiples have the same symbol on the web page. (The symbol for 0 is also the same although 0 is not a possible result). The symbols change randomly for each attempt to make things more mysterious. Pierre 
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Yup!
ok I see... back to the riddles of my era: so if an egg and a half cost a cent and a half what does a dozen cost? Last edited by rondon; 10212005 at 09:36 AM. Reason: misplaced letter 
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12 ? 
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Yup! ..................

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have just remembered one : how much is the half of two plus two 
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3? (Depending on where the brackets are...)

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I say 2
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2 and 3 are both correct  depending on where the brackets are, like Caitlin said.


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