1/13/2016
Hey Doc,
First I need you to determine what your
mathematological luck number is. Please
print this page and follow the directions below.
In the square below choose one of the
numbers and circle it. Then cross out
every number above it, below it, to the left of it or to the right of it.
From the numbers that are not circled or
crossed out choose another number and circle it. Then cross out every number above it, below
it, to the left of it, or to the right of it.
5

9

13

15

26

8

12

16

18

29

13

17

21

23

34

18

22

26

28

39

28

32

36

39

49

From the numbers that are not circled or
crossed out choose another number and circle it. Then cross out every number above it, below
it, to the left of it, or to the right of it.
From the numbers that are not circled or
crossed out choose another number and circle it. Then cross out every number above it, below
it, to the left of it, or to the right of it.
Now you should have only one number that is
not circled or crossed out. If you have
more than one number to choose from – please start over (reprint the page). If you have just one number left, go ahead
and circle that number. Now add up the
five numbers you circled. That is your
Mathematological Lucky Number for today.
Then I can use that number (which is 115 –
right? – just checking) to calculate your Magic Birthday Square.
Since your mathematological lucky number is
115 your Magic Birthday Square has to have a magic square constant of 115. Each
row, each column and both diagonal have to add up to 115. And there are some other, more complex
patterns I have to incorporate too.
Give me a minute.
Or maybe a couple of minutes or may five
minutes.
OK.
Hear is your Magic Birthday Square.
Check to make sure that every row, every
column, and both diagonals add up to 115.
(Never mind – I already checked it.)
1

13

19

82

20

81

2

12

80

17

15

3

14

4

79

18

Now check to see if the four corners add up
to 115.
And check to see if the middle four numbers
add up to 115.
And check to see if the date in the top row
is actually your birthday.
If that date is wrong then you’re the wrong
Doc – sorry to bother you.
David
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