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Re: the magic sphere

The magic sphere thing has been around before but never in such a fancy
package. There is no real magic to it, just a little math. For numbers 10 to
19 the answer is always a 9, for 20 to 29 the answer is always an 18, for 30
to 39 the answer is always a 27 and so on. If you look at the symbols for a
9, 18 and 27 (and so on) you will find that they are the same even though
the symbol will be change in each "game". So when you left click on the
sphere it just shows the symbol assigned to that set of numbers.


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