Shared December 23, 2018
When numerals 0 to 9 are written down in order, the logical sequence is 1,2,3,4 . . . etc. But Deane claims there are two alternative sequences. He tells you one of them, but you will have to work out the other one -- and then send a reply to share your solution with other viewers. Notice that Deane is using an ancient Commodore calculator which was made around 1973 and cost $120 !! The segment was recorded in 1982.
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