Subject: MATH1.) Key in the first 3 digits of your phone number into a calculator (do not key in your area code). (noooooo don’t tell anyone it, lol) 2.) Multiply by 80.3.) Add 1.4.) Multiply by 250.5.) Plus last 4 digits of your phone number.6.) Plus last 4 digits of your phone number again.7.) Minus 250.8.) Divide by 2.BAM! your phone number! Did it work for you? Lol I still haven’t got it working yet. Lol I suck at math though..

Something fun to do…

Worked for me.

me too!!!

lol doesn't work for UK phone numbers

Yeah, that's just because you guys are odd.

nope... most of mine are even :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


Geeeeeeeeeeez i still can't make it work. grrrrrr
see I really suck at math :frowning: 
You have to hit the equal(=) sign after each step. It's not that hard.

Oh... it is that hard

YAY!!!!!!!! I did it! i'm not a dum dum head. YAY!!!! i did it. that's kinda cool now. lol

so what was the answer you came up with again? lol

lol i got it to work with ur number too...lol

only my mobile, but the home one doesn't work

It assumes that phone numbers have seven digits  ours have eight.
Look at how it works:
The adding 1 and then later subtracting 250 cancel each other out, because between them you multiplied by 250, so your extra 1 became an extra 250 that you subtract.
80 x 250 = 20,000. Divide that by 2 (last step) and you have 10,000. Multiplying your first three digits by 10,000 just pushes them four places to the left in the number. Adding your last four digits twice, then dividing by two, is the same as adding them once  so that gives you your full number.

how do u hold all that info in your brain inliguble....wow

In short, he's saying that the method you gave us just yanks the decimal around.

aw, you took away the "magic" ineligible! pouts I thought the number fairies were why it was working!

It didn't work for me it was 78.722 off