[seqfan] Re: 887
njasloane at gmail.com
Sat Jul 16 15:39:59 CEST 2016
Yasutoshi, It looks like "Sevens" and "887" are the same game.
You said: "See "Logirl" which is TV for junior high and primary school
P.1 Talk P.2 Test of lives in the sea P.3 Opinion P.4 Game"887"
If you click "CC" button then you will read English sub"
Can you send me the link? I could not find the page.
(My browser only wants to show me pages in English)
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On Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at 6:12 AM, <zbi74583.boat at orange.zero.jp> wrote:
> Mathematical game "887" which Japanese students play has the following
> Count number and clap when number n satisfies
> n=0 Mod 7 or
> For some m Floor[n/10^m]=7 Mod 10.
> "8" and "clap" are the same pronounciation in Japanese.
> S(n) 7,14,17,21,27,....
> See "Logirl" which is TV for junior high and primary school student
> P.1 Talk P.2 Test of lives in the sea P.3 Opinion P.4 Game"887"
> If you click "CC" button then you will read English sub
> The last part of the video, they play "887" but they don't play it so
> The reason why it is difficult for them is that the rule includes both
> semantical and syntactical.
> I found this sequence on OEIS
> Does anyone know how to play "Sevens"?
> I wonder if it looks like "887" in Japan
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