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# short sum due , who can explain ?

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Newyork City NY / westland michigan
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 Posted: March 28, 2011, 11:53 pm - IP Logged

please explain , thank u !!

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 Posted: March 29, 2011, 12:34 am - IP Logged

please explain , thank u !!

Unfortunately "short sum" is one of those terms people make up to give others the impression that they know something worth knowing.  You'll have to ask the person who came up with the term what he meant.

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Unfortunately "short sum" is one of those terms people make up to give others the impression that they know something worth knowing.  You'll have to ask the person who came up with the term what he meant.

It was me.

It has to do with wimmins and cash.

When it comes to cash, if you find yourself short sum, you'll most likely be lone sum.

Least ways that's what I think.

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 Posted: March 29, 2011, 1:38 am - IP Logged

Short Sum is also called Base Root.

Let's start from scratch:

You have SUM. To get SUM, you total the digits, 2 + 8 + 9. = 19. <---- 19 is our SUM.

To get the SUM ROOT,  you total the digits, 2 + 8+ 9 = 19. Then total 1 + 9 = 10. And total 1 + 0 = 1. < This is our SUM ROOT.

SHORT SUM, you total the digits, 2 + 8 + 9 = 19. Nothing more to add. You simply strip off the last digit. So 9 is your Short Sum.

WinD has a great Short Sum chart on page 2 of his blog.

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 Posted: March 29, 2011, 11:22 am - IP Logged

please explain , thank u !!

The tracking of SLD points you in the direction of the Sums to look at:

Example: If SLD4 is Due then you would look at Sums 04 14 24

Pick 3 "SLD" to "Sum" Cross-Reference:

SLD0=Sum 00 10 20
SLD1=Sum 01 11 21
SLD2=Sum 02 12 22
SLD3=Sum 03 13 23
SLD4=Sum 04 14 24
SLD5=Sum 05 15 25
SLD6=Sum 06 16 26
SLD7=Sum 07 17 27
SLD8=Sum 08 18
SLD9=Sum 09 19

Key: SLD=Sum Last Digit

The tracking of RS points you in the direction of the Sums to look at:

Example: If RS5 is Due then you would look at Sums 05 14 23

Pick 3 "RS" to "Sum" Cross-Reference

RS0=Sum 00
RS1=Sum 01, 10, 19
RS2=Sum 02, 11, 20
RS3=Sum 03, 12, 21
RS4=Sum 04, 13, 22
RS5=Sum 05, 14, 23
RS6=Sum 06, 15, 24
RS7=Sum 07, 16, 25
RS8=Sum 08, 17, 26
RS9=Sum 09, 18, 27

Key: RS=Root Sum

Sum 14 would be worth considering for Play.

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It was me.

It has to do with wimmins and cash.

When it comes to cash, if you find yourself short sum, you'll most likely be lone sum.

Least ways that's what I think.

Lol, as for both the wimmins and the cash, it sounds to me like it's time for you to git sum.

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The tracking of SLD points you in the direction of the Sums to look at:

Example: If SLD4 is Due then you would look at Sums 04 14 24

Pick 3 "SLD" to "Sum" Cross-Reference:

SLD0=Sum 00 10 20
SLD1=Sum 01 11 21
SLD2=Sum 02 12 22
SLD3=Sum 03 13 23
SLD4=Sum 04 14 24
SLD5=Sum 05 15 25
SLD6=Sum 06 16 26
SLD7=Sum 07 17 27
SLD8=Sum 08 18
SLD9=Sum 09 19

Key: SLD=Sum Last Digit

The tracking of RS points you in the direction of the Sums to look at:

Example: If RS5 is Due then you would look at Sums 05 14 23

Pick 3 "RS" to "Sum" Cross-Reference

RS0=Sum 00
RS1=Sum 01, 10, 19
RS2=Sum 02, 11, 20
RS3=Sum 03, 12, 21
RS4=Sum 04, 13, 22
RS5=Sum 05, 14, 23
RS6=Sum 06, 15, 24
RS7=Sum 07, 16, 25
RS8=Sum 08, 17, 26
RS9=Sum 09, 18, 27

Key: RS=Root Sum

Sum 14 would be worth considering for Play.

Thank u Raven62 !

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 Posted: April 1, 2011, 7:39 am - IP Logged

Short Sum is also called Base Root.

Let's start from scratch:

You have SUM. To get SUM, you total the digits, 2 + 8 + 9. = 19. <---- 19 is our SUM.

To get the SUM ROOT,  you total the digits, 2 + 8+ 9 = 19. Then total 1 + 9 = 10. And total 1 + 0 = 1. < This is our SUM ROOT.

SHORT SUM, you total the digits, 2 + 8 + 9 = 19. Nothing more to add. You simply strip off the last digit. So 9 is your Short Sum.

WinD has a great Short Sum chart on page 2 of his blog.

Gd job , this part is simple , how do u determine the short sum due ?

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 Posted: April 1, 2011, 3:28 pm - IP Logged

It was me.

It has to do with wimmins and cash.

When it comes to cash, if you find yourself short sum, you'll most likely be lone sum.

Least ways that's what I think.

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 Posted: April 3, 2011, 3:42 am - IP Logged

I beleive the real term for this SUM ROOT is called DIGITAL ROOT.

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 Posted: April 13, 2011, 10:33 am - IP Logged

Unfortunately "short sum" is one of those terms people make up to give others the impression that they know something worth knowing.  You'll have to ask the person who came up with the term what he meant.

i have couple people i want to call out but will refuse to answer the question and avoid this matter all together it happened b4  !!

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