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Erratum on Tue, 10/5/21, 5:21 PM UTC: The text for the Misaka in the 8th row, 5th column has had the word "multiplicative" inserted to read, "Misaka's serial number is the multiplicative inverse of that of the Misaka to the west, modulo the serial number of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka."

Misaka wanted to call her cat Schrödinger, but she was told by that boy that this was an inappropriate choice for a cat, says Misaka, recalling a precious memory.

Misaka’s serial number is double that of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the alternating difference of those of the 5 surrounding Misakas, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is obtained from that of the Misaka to the east by halving the last 2 digits and fixing the other digits, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the next term in the arithmetic progression that starts with the serial numbers of the Misakas to the southeast and to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the 1st emirp after the serial number of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is the square root of that of the Misaka to the southeast, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the product of the primes just before and just after the serial number of the Misaka to the west, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the difference between those of the Misakas to the south and to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is half that of the Misaka to the north, says Misaka.
Misaka was the first one to be saved by a certain boy, who later bought her a heart-shaped necklace, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is 600 less than that of the Misaka to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the largest square less than that of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the sum of those of the Misakas to the south and to the west, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the difference between the serial number of the Misaka to the north and its totient, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the sum of the proper divisors of that of the Misaka to the north, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is a prime factor of that of the Misaka to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka met Big Sister in Russia and helped her disable a nuclear missile, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the 3rd hexagonal number after that of the Misaka to the northeast, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the 1st perfect number after that of the Misaka to the north, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the 1st tetrahedral number after that of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is the average of those of the Misakas to the north and to the northeast, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the sum of the serial number of the Misaka to the north and 100 times that of the Misaka to the northeast, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is 8 raised to the power of the quotient of the serial numbers of the Misakas to the north and to the northeast, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is three-quarters of that of the Misaka to the west, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the difference between that of the Misaka to the south and 3 times that of the Misaka to the northwest, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is the average of those of the 5 surrounding Misakas, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the largest prime below that of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the largest Fibonacci number below that of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the 1st centered hexagonal number after that of the Misaka to the southeast, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the 1st pentagonal number after that of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is the geometric mean of those of the Misakas to the east and to the south, and is a factor of that of the Misaka to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the totient of that of the Misaka to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka is known as Last Order, says Misaka as Misaka introduces herself.
Misaka’s serial number is the 1st star number after that of the Misaka to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the the difference between that of the Misaka to the south and its largest prime factor, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number shares 2 digits, not necessarily in the same positions, with that of the Misaka to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is obtained from that of the Misaka to the north by deleting the last digit, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the quotient between that of the Misaka to the north and one of its own prime factors, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is 1.5 times the successor of the serial number of the Misaka to the west, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the multiplicative inverse of that of the Misaka to the west, modulo the serial number of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is 10 times that of the Misaka to the southeast, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is 200 less than that of the Misaka to the north, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the sum of those of the Misakas to the west and to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is 3 times that of the Misaka to the southwest, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is 11 less than that of the Misaka to the west, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is the difference between those of the Misakas to the south and to the northeast, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is obtained from that of the Misaka to the north by switching two interior digits, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is 15 less than that of the Misaka to the southwest, says Misaka.
Misaka was the last one to be killed by Accelerator, but was the first one to meet a certain boy, who later happened to find Misaka’s dead body, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is 9 times that of the Misaka to the southwest, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is the 1st triangle number after that of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the average of those of the Misakas to the north and to the west, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the number of Misakas with a serial number created after the Misaka to the west, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is a prime factor of that of the Misaka to the north, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is 1 more than 12 times that of the Misaka to the west, says Misaka.
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Misaka was the first one to meet Big Sister, but she later witnessed Misaka’s death, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the product of the successors of the prime factors of that of the Misaka to the west, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the larger of the two squares which sum to that of the Misaka to the south, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the difference between those of the Misakas to the northeast and to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the average of the unique prime factors of that of the Misaka to the north, says Misaka.
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Misaka’s serial number is 25 more than that of the Misaka to the north, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the difference between those of the Misakas to the north and to the northwest, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the average of those of the Misakas to the northeast and to the east, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is obtained for that of the Misaka to the north by switching 2 adjacent digits, says Misaka.
Misaka’s serial number is the average of those of the 3 surrounding Misakas, says Misaka.
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