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Simple enough. Once you've made the subtraction, you will always end up with a number which is a multiplication of 9 (9, 18, 27, etc.) The reason for this is that whatever number you choose, if you had chosen the number 1 higher, you would also end up subtracting 1 more - hence, the number from 20 to 29 all land you on 18, 30-39 land you at 27, etc.

So in the table, they simply insert the same symbol on all of the possible end numbers. It randomizes which symbol is the 'magic' one, though, for that extra 'creepiness' factor.

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