1. Grab a calculator. (You won't be able to do this one in your head) 2. Key in the first three digits of your phone number. (not the area code) 3. Multiply by 80. 4. Add 1. 5. Multiply by 250. 6. Add the last 4 digits of your phone number. 7. Add the last 4 digits of your phone number again. 8. Subtract 250. 9. Divide number by 2. Do you recognize the answer?

Worked for me. Gave me back all seven digits of my phone number. Didn't think it would work since the last 4 digits start with 0.

You must've been bored out of your mind to come up with that. It worked after I redid the equations twice.

It was sent to me, I didn't think it up. I'm not that good at math. I had seen it once before, a long time ago. It's still cute.

Since I'm a math dork at times, I ran through the steps using algebra with the first three digits of your phone number being "X", and the last 4 being "Y". Simply put, the steps force an equation of 10,000X + Y This will clearly always yield your phone number. So even if you have zero on the end of your number as one suggested, it is only adding "Y" so it would never pose a problem.

Since I'm a math dork at times, I ran through the steps using algebra with the first three digits of your phone number being "X", and the last 4 being "Y". Simply put, the steps force an equation of 10,000X + Y This will clearly always yield your phone number. So even if you have zero on the end of your number as one suggested, it is only adding "Y" so it would never pose a problem. Holy Cow you're right > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > You are a dork...