Numeric Projection Evaluation

Numeric Projection EvaluationThe Numeric Projection Evaluation is the 5th test on DharmaWantsYou.com which was released September 16th. The test consists of 10 questions which have a mathematical sequence. The participant must answer what number comes next in the sequence. Most of the questions use simple addition ( 3 5 7 9) or multiplication (2 4 8 16). Other harder sequences are used, such as the Fibonacci Sequence: 5 8 13 21 34 (5+8=13, 8+13=21) and the Conway/Look and Say Sequence: 32 1312 11131112 31133112 (32="one three, one two"=1312, 1312="one one, one three, one one, one two"=11131112).

NyxA cheat can be used for this test during the Conway Sequence number. The cheat was derived from a video message, where there is a Morse code which says "The cheat is in the sequence but the sequence is in the answer". For example, if the numbers are 33 23 1213, the answer will be 11121113. Instead of typing the answer in the box, click the answer by using the previous numbers in their order (33=1, 23=2, 1213=3). So, click 33, 33, 33, 23, 33, 33, 33, 1213, and 100% will be automatically given for the test.

There are six groups for the test: , , , , , and . All of theses are primordial gods in Greek mythology. Aether is the personification of air. Chaos is the personification of space, made up of the four classical elements: earth, air, water, and fire. Chronos is the personification of time. Hermera is the personification of day. Nyx is the personification of night. Oranos (also spelt as Uranus) is the personification of the sky.

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