When you think about it, 60% of the numbers we use are just recycled from existing numbers.

Of the 10 numbers we use to form all numbers, only the 1,4, and 7 are unique.

A 2 is nothing more than a flipped over reverse 5. An 8 is two 3's looking at each other. 6 is a flipped over 9.

A zero is not a number until it is added to another number. By itself it is nothing.


Ken said...


Rock Chef said...

4 and 7 are multiple 1s placed together.

Unknown said...

10-4 good buddy.