Extreme two terms 3 & 1. 3+1=4
Middle two terms 3&amp;2. 3+2=5
4 & 5 are consecutive numbers.
Another example. The number is PB10 C 6537.
The statements (in fact more then one statements!):
- The difference between alternate digits are consecutive numbers (6-3 = 3, 7-5=2)
- The difference between extreme two terms and middle two terms are consecutive numbers (7-6=1, 5-3=2)
UP80 AB 5845
- The difference between first two terms and the second two terms are consecutive odd numbers
- The sum of extreme two terms and middle two terms are consecutive even numbers.
- The sum of alternate terms are alternate odd numbers.
But obviously there are problems. You can't play it to your advantage all the time. What do I do with a number like CH03 A 0025?
Easy way out: "The product of extreme two terms and middle two terms is same"
0x5 = 0x2 = 0
But that's not exciting. Even in a silly game like this this is unacceptable. Sheer escapism.
More circumventing statement.
- The sums of alternate terms are alternate prime numbers!
Well this was manageable too!
Ok let me think of another number.
HP02 A 8830
I am sure I can make some intelligent statement out of this too. But then I reach my destination. And in any case, if I overdo this, it will become boring and perhaps I would not want to be on the roads ever again!
I would like to post a number I could not make a statement out of.
Oh! by the way, this game has a rule. Arbitrary of course. You have to take numbers in pairs.
I wonder if this is sign of a pathological, prodigious or just a puffed up mind!
Anyway for the last number the statement is - "The quotient of first two digits and sum of second two digits make consecutive odd numbers."