Black hole in Mathematics.......

@TD_GURU (108)
India
January 24, 2009 2:46pm CST
suppose we start with any natural number lets say 4599874 , count even digits then count odd digits n then sum of even n odd digits. here 3(even)4(odd)7(total) so no is 347 again for that no find even,odd n sum i.e 1(even)2(odd)3(total) (consider 0 as even) (if 0 considered odd you will get another black hole) the final answer always is 123 n that's the one block hole in maths. Try for any number........
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@1hopefulman (30012)
• Canada
24 Jan 09
Please help me out? I'm trying to understand the concept. Do your calculations with the number: 47963890
@TD_GURU (108)
• India
25 Jan 09
47963890 even no count-4,6,8,0 i.e 4 odd no count -7,9,3,9 i.e 4 total - 8 new no is 448 even count - 4,4,8 i.e 3 odd count - 0 i.e 0 total - 3 new no is 303. even count- 0 i.e 1 odd count - 3,3 i.e 2 total - 3 that's the black hole 123
@1hopefulman (30012)
• Canada
2 Feb 09
Wow!!! Thanks for the extra explanation. Does that prove an incredible intelligence at work in the universe? Does that prove a God, a Creator? How do you see it?
@mglend (8)
• Indonesia
25 Jan 09
I think I've read it somewhere.. But that's pretty awesome :)