Math Game~~~ (Can you solve the problem?)
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Re: Math Game~~~ (Can you solve the problem?)
When I went to School and had Math, we rounded up PI to 3.14
Its easy and understandable
Its easy and understandable
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O gush I need to leave this thread too much of math genius. Waaaa! Nosebleed!
Re: Math Game~~~ (Can you solve the problem?)
3,14159265358979
I'm not sure if i got that right but till how many digits can you memorize pi?
I'm not sure if i got that right but till how many digits can you memorize pi?
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it started of so simple, and now look at it no matter where i go maths is there, its following me i swear. i come here to learn more about piano and stuff and maths appeared.
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Yeah...maths is very similar to life...it starts simple and it gets complicated....
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Re: Math Game~~~ (Can you solve the problem?)
pianohama wrote:Admin Andrew wrote:
(example: 1 + 1..... Someone solves =2 , that person adds 1 + 1 X 5, someone solves = 10...and the cycle continues)
i'd just like to point out that 1 + 1 * 5 is 6 and not 10
My calculator says 1 + 1 * 5 = 10 ^_^
lets start easy shall we?
2x + 5b + 56 = 144
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VictorCS wrote:pianohama wrote:Admin Andrew wrote:
(example: 1 + 1..... Someone solves =2 , that person adds 1 + 1 X 5, someone solves = 10...and the cycle continues)
i'd just like to point out that 1 + 1 * 5 is 6 and not 10
My calculator says 1 + 1 * 5 = 10 ^_^
lets start easy shall we?
2x + 5b + 56 = 144
two variables? technically that can have infinite solutions
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Re: Math Game~~~ (Can you solve the problem?)
Simplify then, that's what we did in school
2x + 5b + 56 = 144
2x + 5b + 56  56 = 144  56
2x + 5b = 88
2x + 5b + 56 = 144
2x + 5b + 56  56 = 144  56
2x + 5b = 88
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VictorCS wrote:Simplify then, that's what we did in school
2x + 5b + 56 = 144
2x + 5b + 56  56 = 144  56
2x + 5b = 88
even if simplified it still got infinite solutions
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You need to have at least one more equatiation
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Re: Math Game~~~ (Can you solve the problem?)
So what do we do with math that cant really be solved? In any case 2x + 5b is 88, so if i'm right there cant be infinite solutions, just very many? But there is no way to figure out what these x's and b's should really be.
What if we develope a algorithm that can solve this problem, and might give us the right numbers for 2x and 5b? There are alot of stuff in math not yet discovered.
What if we develope a algorithm that can solve this problem, and might give us the right numbers for 2x and 5b? There are alot of stuff in math not yet discovered.
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VictorCS wrote:So what do we do with math that cant really be solved? In any case 2x + 5b is 88, so if i'm right there cant be infinite solutions, just very many? But there is no way to figure out what these x's and b's should really be.
What if we develope a algorithm that can solve this problem, and might give us the right numbers for 2x and 5b? There are alot of stuff in math not yet discovered.
Actually there is infinite solutions, because it can be decimals in the numbers to so it can be anything from 2x44 + 5x0 to 2x0 + 5x17,6
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Oh, didnt think of that
EDIT: what if I make an exception rule
EDIT: what if I make an exception rule
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