If you want to entertain your friends and look smart at the same time, the magic calendar trick is one of the best options to choose. You will have to think fast, and, most of all, you'll have to have a little bit of knowledge about math. So, are you interested in playing the magician? If yes, complete our quiz now.
To have someone circle a group of any numbers.
To have someone circle a group of 9 numbers.
To have someone circle a group of 3 numbers.
To have someone circle a group of 6 numbers.
It's to multiply the number in the center of the circled numbers by 3.
It's to multiply the number in the center of the circled numbers by 10.
It's to multiply the number in the center of the circled numbers by 9.
It's to multiply the number in the center of the circled numbers by 5.
By multiplying by 10 then subtracting the number.
By multiplying by 100 then subtracting the number.
By multiplying by 20 then subtracting the number.
By multiplying by 2 then subtracting the number.
To add the smallest and largest numbers that are circled and multiply their by 5.
To add the smallest and largest numbers that are circled and multiply their by 10.
To add the smallest and largest numbers that are circled and multiply their by 1.
To add the smallest and largest numbers that are circled and multiply their by 100.
D = k+ [(13 m-1)/5] +D [D/4] + [C/4] -2 C
D = k+ [(13 m-1)/5] +D [D/4] + [C/4] -2 C mod 3
D = k+ [(13 m-1)/5] +D [D/4] + [C/4] -2 C mod 7
D = k+ [(13 m-1)/5] +D [D/4] + [C/4] -2 mod 7
It's a desk calendar consisting of 2 cubes with faces marked by digits 0 through 9.
It's a desk calendar consisting of 2 cubes with faces marked by digits 0 through 6.
It's a desk calendar consisting of 2 cubes with faces marked by digits 1 through 9.
It's a desk calendar consisting of 2 cubes with faces marked by digits 3 through 9.
It's a math competition held every 2 years.
It's a TV game show
It's a radio show
It's an American popular science magazine
They are the only pair of 4-sided dice that are not normal dice bear only positive integers.
They are the only pair of 8-sided dice that are not normal dice bear only positive integers.
They are the only pair of 6-sided dice that are not normal dice bear only positive integers.
They are the only pair of 10-sided dice that are not normal dice bear only positive integers.
Hindu-Arabic numerals
Normal digits
Integers
Rounded numbers
The magic square
Soduko
Crosswords
A Chess game