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STTS: Maximise Your Memory Power by Nishant Kasibhatla

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Using phonetics to remember numbers of any length

If you have followed the examples and completed all the exercises in this chapter, you are in for a surprise! You now have an excellent tool you can use to remember any number, no matter how many digits. Here are some examples to guide you in coming up with images for longer numbers:

Two-digit numbers

Create one image for the two-digit number

If the number of the page you last read in a book is 94 (N+F) and the book is about E-mail Etiquette, imagine a kNiFe (94) cutting across the e-mail message.

Your friend lives on the 26th (T+B) floor? Imagine him in a bath TuB (26).

Three-digit numbers

•   Create one image for the three-digit number, or

•   Create two images (one for the first digit and one ...

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