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1. To start our singing calculations, you need to enter the square root of the number of calling birds in 'The Twelve Days of Christmas'.
2. Multiply the number of partridges in that pear tree by your previous answer.
3. Multiply your previous answer by the number of lords a leaping.
4. Add the number of gold rings to your previous answer.
5. Now add the number of geese a laying to your previous answer.
6. From your previous answer subtract the number of drummers drumming.
7. Now please add the number of pipers piping to your previous answer.
8. Divide the previous answer by the number of French hens in the song.
9. Please multiply your last answer by the number of swans a swimming.
10. Finally, add the number of maids a milking to your previous answer. The total will be the same as the number of presents given in the final chorus of the song, from twelve down to one.
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