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Mirror figures are a deformation of Arabic numerals, but duplicated by vertical axial symmetry, hence the mirror effect.

Example:0 becomes and looks like the infinite symbol

Example:1 becomes and looks like an up arrow

Digits may be transformed into symbols via a right or left symmetry

Example:2 becomes or

How to decrypt Mirror Digits cipher?

Reading the mirror digits can be done by hiding half of the symbol (sometimes the left part, sometimes the right part), and thus find the original figure.

Otherwise, replace each symbol with its number.

How to recognize Mirror Digits?

Symbols are usually associated with a riddle or puzzle of the type, complete the following series:

Example:... ?

Example:... ?

Some people instantly recognize the digits, for others it's more complicated...

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