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**junpeng9.999****Novice**- Registered: 2023-03-09
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Hi Guys,

Reference A.

0- 428

1- 000

2- XXX

3- 520

4- 417

5- 263

6- 361

7- 245

8- 412

9- 258

Reference B.

0- 700

1- 999

2- XXX

3- 966

4- 639

5- 092

6- 190

7- 074

8- 301

9- 530

Result = Y

1. 106

2. 789

3. 805

4. 093

5. 196

6. 519

7. 411

8. 417

9. 652

10. ???

Base one 106 using Reference A.

1 = 0 0 0

0 = 4 2 8

6 = 3 6 1

A = (0+4+3) = 7

B = (0+2+6) = 8

C = (0+8+1) = 9

Y = 7 8 9

Base one 106 using Reference B.

1 = 9 9 9

0 = 7 0 0

6 = 1 9 0

A = (9+7+1) = 1(7) (use only last digit)

B = (0+2+6) = 8

C = (0+8+1) = 9

Y = 7 8 9

Both Reference A & B can use to calculate from Y Result 1-9 but on 9 which is 652, there no reference for 2-xxx

What is 2-XXX number on Reference A and Reference B that can show result 10. with the same number?

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**Bob****Administrator**- Registered: 2010-06-20
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hi junpeng9.999

Welcome to the forum.

If you want help with this you're going to have to give us more information.

Where did this data come from?

What statistic do you want to calculate?

Bob

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