To find a unigram you have to find the frequency of each number.

**1.** Go to the list of numbers, the one that starts with 7-4-1776

**2.** Count all the digits shown (big hint – There are 67 of them, don’t bother counting!)

**3.** Make a chart showing the frequency of each number. For instance, 6 of the 67 numbers are a zero. So 0 = 6, 1= 21 (since 21 of the 67 numbers are a 1), etc. Make your chart from 0 to 9.

**4.** To get the frequency you have to turn it into a decimal. You have to divide each number in your chart by 67. So the decimal for zero would be 6 divided by 67 is .0895522. It says to truncate so you just drop off all but the 4 digits your need. .0895522 becomes .0895.

0 = .0895 Don’t round off, truncate or shorten. 21 divided by 67 is .3134328 or . 3134 so 1 = .3134

**5.** That works for 0 and 1 but it doesn’t work for the others. What it says is that there could be answers that are the same so you have to multiply your number by the base number (the number from your chart. )

**6.** I’ll do 2 for you. Your frequency chart should show that there are eight 2’s so 2 = 8. That is the same as you have been doing. 8 divided by 67 = .1194

Now you have one more step. Your are trying to find the answer for the base number of 2 and you did, it is .1194 but you now have to multiply it by the base number, which is 2. 2 X .1194 = .2388. Now you know:

0 = .0895

1 = .3134

2 = .2388

3 = .1791 (it is given to you on the web page)

**7.** Let’s do 4. Your chart will tell you that there are 3 fours or 4 = 3. 3/67 = .0447 (remember to truncate here) X the base (4) = .1788

0 = .0895

1 = .3134

2 = .2388

3 = .1791 (it is given to you on the web page)

4 = .1788

8. Last step… Look at the blue numbers at the bottom of the page. Regroup them into groups of 4. I’ve done it for you:

1788 2388 3134 9396 1788 1490 2388

0895 4179 3134 3134 4179 0895 0895 2388

Do they look more like coordinates now? The first set is 1788. Looking at the chart above you will see that 1788 = 4. What a surprise! The first coordinate is a 4 and the second one is a 2.

Happy caching!

***BluEyz***