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When I thought of that subtracting from 10, I kept telling myself that isn't it. Anyways I wanted to see if this is always the case, and if I could prove it. You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. Number Transposition Dyslexia View my complete profile A selection of links The Faraday Institute The Veritas Forum Open Democracy Mathworld from Wolfram Astronomy Picture of the Day Gifford Lectures Early Christian Writings (1) Early

Check out how this page has evolved in the past. Digits x y and z form the number 100x + 10y + z Reversed will be x + 10y + 100z Subtracting gives 100x - x + 10y - 10y + The transposition could also have been a 1 and a 6 or a 2 and a 7.That is it. this content The blog has moved! - Just a reminder that this blog has moved!

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