# I can tell you what your phone number is.

#### mlakrid

##### OSNN BASSMASTER
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Using math...

NOTE: this may not work on international number if you have over 7 digits...

1. Key in the first three digits of your phone number
(NOT the area code)

2 Multiply by 80

4. Multiply by 250

7. Subtract 250

8. Divide number by 2

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Heh, cool!

#### BouncingSoul

##### Stranger Than Fiction
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That's the coolest thing I've seen today. Reps!

#### LordOfLA

##### Godlike!
As I said in his rep message. That requires all 6 digits of my number less area code so I' have given him my number anyways its just a long winded way of saying "hey whats your number I'll give you a bell sometime"

#### ming

quite neat. HOWEVER, as the title has stated... you can't tell me what my number is without me telling you what my number is.
Steps 1 AND 5 are telling us to enter our phone number, while the other steps are side-stepping to make us think something else. lol

#### ray_gillespie

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Yeah I have an alternative method:

1. Key in the first 3 digits of your phone number (Not the area code)

2. Key in the last 3 digits of your phone number

Voila!

Nice find though Mike! Reps coming your way.

#### mlakrid

##### OSNN BASSMASTER
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quite neat. HOWEVER, as the title has stated... you can't tell me what my number is without me telling you what my number is.
Steps 1 AND 5 are telling us to enter our phone number, while the other steps are side-stepping to make us think something else. lol

Maybe so,

HOWEVER, I want to know who did the math to find out this would work...

Kind of wierd...

Mike A!

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Great find.

#### epk

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Maybe so,

HOWEVER, I want to know who did the math to find out this would work...

Kind of wierd...

Mike A!

well... i think he just added/multiplied/subtracted numbers with the results in mind...

see this: (example if your n° is 999 9999)

(999*80*250)/2=9990000

ends up with four zeros, now you just need to add the last 4

(9999+9999+250-250)/2=9999 << this ones basically 9999 ... it add first and then subtracts/divides by 2

see?

cool find btw....

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#### NetRyder

##### Tech Junkie
well... i think he just added/multiplied/substacted numbers with the results in mind...

see this: (example if your n° is 999 9999)

(999*80*250)/2=9990000

ends up with four zeros, now you just need to add the last 4

(9999+9999+250-250)/2=9999 << this ones basically 9999 ... it add first and then substracts/divides by 2

see?

cool find btw....
Exactly. You can come up with lots of variants of this. You just need to end up with (10000x + y) where x is the number representing first three digits and y is the last four. You can do that by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing specific sets of values to x and y such that you eventually end up with that formula once it's simplified.

##### Awesome is as awesome does.
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You guys ruined this for me. I was impressed but now you explain it to me and I'm like, eh.

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Impressed you have kept this alive this long EP! So many sites have come and gone.

Just did some crude math and I apparently joined almost 18yrs ago, how is that possible???
hello peeps... is been some time since i last came here.
Rest in peace my friend, been trying to find you and finally did in the worst way imaginable.
Yo fellas!
Where are you buddy?