How To Read Someone's Mind Math Magic Tricks Number Prediction Revealed Art Of MathematicaPublished: 5 months ago
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Follow the following steps to do the magic :::
1. Tell a friend that you are performing a math trick. You will ask her to do some calculations secretly, then read her mind for their answer.
2. Write down your prediction. Pretend to think hard for a moment, then write down the number 3 on a piece of paper. Fold the paper in half, without letting anyone see the number.
3. Ask your friend to write down a number between 1 and 20. She should pick this secretly and keep the piece of paper. We'll go through an example, where your friend secretly picks the number.
4. This trick works with any number, but keeping it between 1 and 20 makes it less likely that your friend will make a mistake.
5. Instruct her to add 1 to her number. Warn her not to give you any sign, not even moving her lips. All you need is your mental powers. For example, if she chose 4, her new number is 4 + 1 = 5.
6. Tell your friend to double the new number. Have her take the last number she had, and multiply it by 2. 5 x 2 = 10.
7. Have her add 4 more. Put your hands to your head and concentrate, then tell her to add 4 to her last answer. 10 + 4 = 14.
8. Divide by 2. Tell her you almost have it, but the number is too big for you to see. Ask her to divide it by 2 to make it easier. 14 ÷ 2 = 7.
9. Subtract the original number. Ask your friend to look at the piece of paper she used to remind herself what the original number was. Take the last answer she had and subtract that original number.
10. Show her your prediction. Tell her you've finally read her mind. Ask her to announce the last number she ended up with. Once she has, unfold your piece of paper and reveal the 3 you wrote down. No matter which number she started with, her answer will be 3. 7 - 4 = 3.
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