We all know that love can be expressed through romantic poems, grand gestures, flowers, hugs and kisses. But did you know that there exist codes too, to say that you love someone? And that those codes involve mathematics? March 14, every year is International Mathematics Day and on this day let’s get into the mathematical equation of love and write “I love you” in numbers and codes.
Creativity has no limits. And when communication entered the cyber space, all communication got short codes. Our favourite codes are the ones for love! Do you like ingenuity and creativity? Maybe you’re a fan of maths. Aware of the i<3u math trick? If not we are coming to it.
Perhaps you’re not too comfortable saying lovey-mushy things. If you say ‘yes’ to any of the above, then read ahead to discover a world full of mathematical codes for love!
How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Mathematical Code
On International Mathematics Day surprise your love with these mathematical codes. This is the cutest way to say those magical words. Try this. Just go ahead and write “I love you” in numbers.
This one is the most common one and you probably know of it already! The numbers 1,4,3 represent the number of alphabets that each word in the phrase ‘I love you’ have. Hence I = 1, love = 4 and you = 3.
This code is lesser known and means I love you as well. It is a cyber term where the number 8 represents the number of alphabets in the phrase ‘I love you’. The number 3 stands for the number of words in it. The number 1 stands for the ‘one’ meaning of the cyber term 831.
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Similarly 721 is code for ‘love you’. It stands for the seven alphabets, two words, one meaning 😊
This is a really innovative one. K3U looks also like I <3 U which everyone known stands for I heart you or I love you.
This code is a lot of fun. It starts with the alphabet n then there are- the number three, the Greek letter Lambda, zero, the lower case letter L and capital I.
It looks confusing and wont work for desktop or laptop. But if you are texting a person who is using a hand held device, they can turn the phone upside down to read what it is meant to say – which is ‘I love you’!
Many maths equations are famous as well. If your other-half enjoys maths you can tell them to solve those exciting equations! Sharing one with you here where you can tell your other half to solve for i.
2(2X-i) > 4X – 6U.
It solves as 4X – 2i > 4X – 6U
-2i > – 6U or 2i < 6U or 1 < 3 U which becomes i <3 U / i ❤️ u!
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Bonus code 224
To the above codes one can add the numbers ‘224’ as these numbers also stand for to-day, to-morrow and for-ever (2-day, 2-morrow, 4-ever)!
Telling your loved ones that you love them is always wonderful, and saying it in new, creative and fun ways is always thrilling. Also, it comes in handy in situations when you cannot say the words openly and need a secret code.
Aldo, it is a huge blessing for those who don’t like to write mush but their loved ones do deserve to be told that they’re loved. For the rest, this simply adds an element of zest added to life!