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 December 5, 2013
 Abbot and Costello-Raphael Seven times thirteen is twenty-eight!? Ridiculous! The cook totally tricks the other guy with his math. In proper math, you add up the second numbers and then carry over, not just add all the numbers you see! I figured out that you can do this with any number that has two digits. For the division part to work, the second digit must be divisible by the number you’re dividing with and the first one must be less than the number you’re dividing by. Still, with these two rules, I only found one combination that works, and that’s the video’s. Article posted September 20, 2011 at 05:09 PM • comment (1) • Reads 2127 • Return to Blog List Add a Comment Posted Comments Nicely written, but if you check out my blog, I found a rule and examples. It was kind of hard to write so it might be confusing but it might make sense to you. Comment Posted on September 30, 2011 at 07:01 PM by MattA