##### I made a code that guesses your age!

You might know the trick to figure out someone's age already. This code is not just a lot of bologna because your final number will contain the number you initially chose.

so you are -98487?

it guessed 11 and i am 10 but that is still really cool

I’m younger than you @DynamicSquid, we’ll younger in negative years?

It got my age correct.

hello, this is a very nice code!! but I made some improvements on this. her's the link to the program:

https://repl.it/join/ojaetikz-name12

be sure to check it. and also, I posted it on talk, please do not mind. because I said that it is produced by you, only the artwork is mine. (^_^)

@Name12 please, no advertising.

nice, I'm 193453428475 years old ;)

```
Enter your year of birth (If you were born in AD (Which I Highly Doubt You Were) Use Negative Numbers): -2007
Your current number is now: 4727
The hundreds digit in your number is the number is the number you initially chose.
Remove that digit from your current number and that is your age.
So you are 4027 years old.
This is the formula to figure out somebody's age: (Chosen Number * 2 + 5) * 50 + Yes: 1770/No: 1769 - Year Of Birth - (100 * Chosen Number)
```

@DJWang

are you on windows or mac?

@Nettakrim I'm on mac. I honestly don't know why they could ask such a hard question. 4*2 is impossible!

@DJWang to answer this question we need to look at the history of mathematics

maths was invented in 2017 with the song "Mans not hot" by Big Shaq wherein he says "2 plus 2 is 4 minus 1 thats 3 quick maths"

this set the groundwork for the Axiom of Infinity which states if there is a set I (the set which is postulated to be infinite), such that the empty set is in I, and such that whenever any x is a member of I, the set formed by taking the union of x with its singleton {x} is also a member of I.

as you can see in the song, 2+2=4 so 4*2 can essentially be seen as (2+2)*2, in (2+2)*2 there are 3 twos and as further established in the song, 3 can be written as (4-1)

of course 4 is 2+2 so really (4-1) should be written as (2+2-1)

so this means that (2+2)*2 should really be written as

((2/3*3)+(2/3*3))*2

((2/(4-1)*(4-1))+(2/(4-1)*(4-1)))*2

((2/(2+2-1))*(2+2-1)+(2/(2+2-1))*(2+2-1))*2 which is much easier to understand

solving ((2/(2+2-1))*(2+2-1)+(2/(2+2-1))*(2+2-1))*2 is rather simple

((2/(2+2-1))*(2+2-1)+(2/(2+2-1))*(2+2-1))*2

first we will solve ((2/(2+2-1))

2-1 is 1, so we can take 1 + from 2+2 to get 2+1 which is 21

2+2 is 4 so (2+2-1)) is 4-1

the opposite of (2+2-1)) is ((2/

4-1 is the opposite of 1+4

1+4 is 14

so ((2/(2+2-1)) is 14/21

14/21 is 0.666...

this means we have:

0.666...*(2+2-1)+(2/(2+2-1))*(2+2-1))*2

then we will solve (2+2-1))*2

2+2+1 is 5 and 2+2 is 4

the average of 5 and 4 is 4.5

4.5*2 is 9

so now we have

0.666...*(2+2-1)+(2/(2+2-1))*9

finally we will solve (2+2-1)+(2/(2+2-1))

2+2-1 is 3

in (2/(2+2-1) we can ignore the -1 for the time being to get 2+2

2+2 is 4, we can then take the / from 2/ to get 4/3

4/3 is 1.333...

finally this means the simplified form is

0.666...*1.333...*9

calculating 0.666...*1.333... is incredibly easy

0.666...+0.333 is 0.999...

0.999...-1 is 0.888...

so we have

0.888...*9

0.8*9 is 7.2

0.08*9 is 0.72

0.008*9 is 0.072

this continues infinitely in accordance with the previously stated axiom of infinity

the first number is 7 and the rest for infinity are (7+2) or 9

this means the full number is 7.999...

7.999... is the same as 8

so therefore the answer is:

# 8

@Nettakrim Wait what was the question

@DJWang “what is 4x2”

@Nettakrim Wow I am not good at math. Thanks for the totally simple and easy-to-understand explanation of the whole universe. Really appreciate it.

way too hard

This literally is too hard

But what is the point if you are just gonna ask my date of birth. This just sounds like asking someone for their age with extra steps. lol

@Kopamed this magic trick is supposed to be performed live so that's why you may think I tried to throw you off with a bunch of math. actually read

@AH3973 Dude chill. no need to be rude.

But the program is still good, it’s accurate if the correct age is entered @AH3973

From Me to Math Ma: (Privately) (3:30 PM)

Hello?
There is no sound

From Me to Math Ma: (Privately) (3:58 PM)

0

From Me to Math Ma: (Privately) (4:30 PM)

5

From Me to Math Ma: (Privately) (5:05 PM)

4
-72

From Me to Math Ma: (Privately) (5:13 PM)

10

This is what i got

@AH3973, you have a typo where it asks `What is you current number plus 1769?`

Instead, it should say `What is your current number plus 1769?`

This is awesome!

yay! it is correct. i didn't use negative and it correct! It says i am 10 years old and i am!

So you are 12020 years old.

What??????????

So you are 4029 years old. I think you mean BC not AD...

lol

@maxyang BC and AD are the same <:-|

@voxico i can't tell if you're joking or not

@voxico

no,they not

@SixBeeps no lol I was joking

@voxico BC = Before Christ AD = Anno Domini

@johnstev111 Annon Domini = Year of the Christ

Did you just make some bologna until the 'enter your year of birth' and 'did your birthday pass this year' questions

@sudevr no, this trick is supposed to performed at like a magic show or something. it is hard to do when it isn't live.

**I KNEW IT!**

**I KNEW IT!**

# ITS A CONSPIRACY!!!! EVERYONE IS IMMORTAL!!!! ITS ALL LIESSSSSSSSSSSSsssSSSSssssSSSSssssSSSSSSSssss

*ok ***maybe** i overdid that

**maybe**i overdid that

@awesome10 I was **laughing my ass off** LOL

@DynamicSquid r u on discord? send me a frnd request to TheOriginalDude#0585

@DynamicSquid Apparently I haven't even been born yet:

Pretty much what I'd expect, being a firefish.

cool

The good thing about people chatting on my post is that now it is trending.

@DSAAidan yeah lol :)

If I give it my birth date, of course it would know my age, clever formula or no.

@FrasherLGray this trick works better when like a magician is doing it live,

@AH3973 oh yeah, i've seen those before

Is it really guessing my age when one of the input lines is: Enter the year of your birth? Maybe lead with that question.

@MarkKohler yes, because your output will contain the number that you initially chose