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Below is code. See if you can figure out what should replace the ?s.

1=2

2=5

3=?

4=?

5=5

6=6

7=?

8=7

9=?

0=6

An older, cheaper calculator may help you solve this, while a newer, graphing calculator will not.

Each number is equal to the number of segments it takes to make it on an older, digital readout. For example, the number 1 is made of 2 segments. The number 9 is made of 6 segments. The number 8 has the most of any single-digit number because it uses all 7 segments. Six around the outside and the one in the middle.

The completed table would read:

1=2

2=5

3=5

4=4

5=5

6=6

7=3

8=7

9=6

0=6

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It is the okeykoki 9,000 xi plus all singing all dancing digital KROK.

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whats a segment......

A segment is one of the little sticks that makes up older digital displays:

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This is a digital "2" - It is made of 5 segments - each side of the number is a segment.

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If you consider seven segment display.....the answer

3=5

7=3

9=6

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