Tool to calculate the digital root of a number. The digital root is computed using recursive reduction that consists in performing the sum of all digits in a number and repeat this operation on the result.
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A numeric root is the sum of the digits of a number repeated until a single digit is obtained.
Digital root calculation uses recursive reduction that consists in repeating the operation of summing/adding digits until the result has only one digit.
Example: 789 => 7+8+9 = 24 => 2+4 = 6
This principle is often used in numerology to get a number from the numeric information on an individual (from a date of birth, favorite number, etc.)
Example: 25/12/2000 => 2 + 5 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 12 => 1 + 2 = 3
In mathematics, the calculation of the numerical root is used when casting out 9s.
In numerology, the number root is used for anything and everything.
Example: DCODE = 4,3,15,4,5 and 4+3+15+4+5 = 31 => 3+1 = 4
(variant) DCODE = 4,3,15,4,5 and 4+3+1+5+4+5 = 22 => 2+2 = 4
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