Perfect for the classroom!
Perform math wizardry with these colorful number towers-
plus learn two other stunning tricks you can do with a BORROWED calculator!
This comes with a BONUS!
You'll get the password to the BONUS VIDEO (above) which will teach you TWO ADDITIONAL unbelievable effects you can perform anytime, anywhere with ANY calculator!
Hand your spectator an ordinary calculator.
Yes, he can even use his OWN calculator!
Give him four towers, each with four numbers on them,
By FREELY arranging the towers in any order side by side, your spectator has created four rows of 4-digit numbers.
Tell your spectator that you can total up those four 4-digit numbers in under 10 seconds.
He can time you if he wants- and you write your total on a piece of paper.
Using the calculator, your spectator then adds up the four 4-digit numbers.
You reveal your lightning calculation- and your total is CORRECT!
A great trick using an ordinary calculator, even a borrowed one.
The spectator starts by entering a random number, then multiplies that number with another number, then multiplies again to come up with a large multi-digit random number.
He writes the number on a piece of paper.
He then FREELY chooses any ONE DIGIT in the number, and circles it.
You name the circled digit!
Another great trick using an ordinary calculator, even a borrowed one.
Punch the numbers 1 through 8 so they appear in sequence on the calculator.
Mention that you heard that there is a strange fact about the digits in a calculator.
According to rumor, the more pixels it takes to display a digit, the heavier that digit is.
To prove your point, you tilt the calculator to one side, and give it a sharp tap.
When you and your spectator look at the display again-
the digit 8 has moved to the OPPOSITE END of the line of digits!
Take a look at the bonus routines you'll learn: