## Knowing your age 1.

This trick will only work for the current calendar year. This also doesn't work if you are 100 or older.

## It will work only if you do it correctly !

Sometimes it did not work ....

For this amazing trick you will need a calculator.

Now let’s begin: Pick a number between 1-10.

Instruction 1 – Multiply that number you picked by 2.

Instruction 2 – Add 5.

Instruction 3 – Multiply that number by 50.

Instruction 4 - If you have already had your birthday this year, add 1763.

Instruction 5 - If you haven’t had a birthday this year, add 1762.

Instruction 6 - Subtract your sum with the 4 digit year you were born in.

Now the answer: The first digit is the number you picked at the beginning. The next digits are your age!!!!

Now let’s begin: Pick a number between 1-10.

Instruction 1 – Multiply that number you picked by 2.

Instruction 2 – Add 5.

Instruction 3 – Multiply that number by 50.

Instruction 4 - If you have already had your birthday this year, add 1763.

Instruction 5 - If you haven’t had a birthday this year, add 1762.

Instruction 6 - Subtract your sum with the 4 digit year you were born in.

Now the answer: The first digit is the number you picked at the beginning. The next digits are your age!!!!

Know the maths behind it !!

Say the number you choose is x. Now I will break down what you have at each step:

x

1. 2*x

2. 2*x+5

3. (2*x+5)*50=(100*x+250)

4/5. This is where the trick for your age comes in. If you haven't had a birthday yet, you are the age you turned in 2012, if you have, you are the age you turn in 2013. Let's say you haven't for the sake of the example:

(100*x+250)+1762=(100*x+2012)

6. Subtract the year you were born in. Now look, we have the current (or previous year) and we are subtracting our birth year. That has to give us our age, right? For example, I was born in 1990 and haven't had a birthday yet.

100*x+2012-1990=100*x+22.

Now, as you can see, the number you chose is multiplied by 100 and is just going to be placed in front of your age. For example, I chose 2 so: 100*2+22=222.

x

1. 2*x

2. 2*x+5

3. (2*x+5)*50=(100*x+250)

4/5. This is where the trick for your age comes in. If you haven't had a birthday yet, you are the age you turned in 2012, if you have, you are the age you turn in 2013. Let's say you haven't for the sake of the example:

(100*x+250)+1762=(100*x+2012)

6. Subtract the year you were born in. Now look, we have the current (or previous year) and we are subtracting our birth year. That has to give us our age, right? For example, I was born in 1990 and haven't had a birthday yet.

100*x+2012-1990=100*x+22.

Now, as you can see, the number you chose is multiplied by 100 and is just going to be placed in front of your age. For example, I chose 2 so: 100*2+22=222.