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Which Finger? is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Unwound Future.

Puzzle

US Version

When counting on his fingers, this eccentric man counts in the order you see in the picture below. When he counts from one to five, he returns to his thumb and continues counting in the same order, starting with six.

If he continues counting in this way, which finger would he land on when he gets to 763?

Circle the correct fingertip.

UK Version

When counting on his fingers, this eccentric man counts in the order you see in the picture below. After he's counted from one to five, he returns to his thumb and goes on counting in the same order, starting with six.

If he continued counting in this way, which finger would he land on when he got to 763?

Circle the correct fingertip.

Hints




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US Version

You're not thinking too hard, are you? Try using your own fingers to count.

UK Version

Maybe you're thinking about this too much. Try counting on your own fingers.

US Version

No matter how big the number, it will always be counted according to the same rule.

Don't think too hard!

UK Version

No matter how big a number is, the rules for counting to it remain the same.

Don't think too hard!

US Version

Count to 20 and see where that takes you. If you still don't get the hint, try counting to 30.

You can do it!

UK Version

Count to 20 on your fingers and see where that gets you. If you still don't see it, try counting to 30.

You can do it!

US Version

You're using your fingers to count the last digit (the digit in the ones column). So, if you count to 763...

UK Version

You're only using your fingers to count the last digit (the digit in the ones column). So, if you're counting to 763...


Solution

Incorrect

Too bad!

US Version

Pay attention to the rules he uses to count on his fingers!

UK Version

Pay attention to his rules for counting on his fingers!

Correct

High five!

US Version

That's right. He'll land on the pinky.
No matter how high you count, the finger that corresponds to the ones column never changes.

All numbers ending in three or eight end on the pinky.

UK Version

That's right. He'll land on his little finger.

No matter how high the number he counts to, each number in the ones column will always fall on the same finger.

When the ones column contains a 3 or 8, he always ends on his little finger.

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