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STTS: Maximise Your Memory Power by Nishant Kasibhatla

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Converting numbers into words (and images)

If you have completed the exercises in the previous section, you are now all set to use the Ultimate System to convert numbers into images. Here are a few examples:

Example 1:

39

3 = R     9 = N

39 = R + N

Can you think of a word that has the sounds ‘R’ and ‘N’ in it (in that order)? How about RaiN? ‘Rain’ is made up of the two consonant sounds ‘R’ and ‘N’. That’s it!

39 = R + N = Rain

‘Rain’ is just one possible word for 39. If you play with the sounds, you can think of many other words: RuiN, RyaN, RuN, etc.

Example 2:

79

79 = L + N

Some possible words: LiNe, LioN, LaNe, aLoNe, LeaN

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