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Forum: Math 2004-02-15, 08:53
Replies: 22
Views: 1,791
Posted By michael
Try to prove that 9(99)>((9!)!)! :whistle: ...

Try to prove that 9(99)>((9!)!)!
:whistle:

-michael
Forum: Puzzles 2004-02-05, 22:25
Replies: 15
Views: 3,829
Posted By michael
Alright then: ((42)2+4!2-42)/42=51 ...

Alright then:

((42)2+4!2-42)/42=51

-michael
Forum: Puzzles 2004-02-03, 23:12
Replies: 15
Views: 3,829
Posted By michael
I didn't think it was meant to be exact 4 fours...

I didn't think it was meant to be exact 4 fours ... Same for the keys, i don't think it's exactly one + - X / ( ) . ! ^2 = of each ...

-michael
Forum: Puzzles 2004-02-03, 09:38
Replies: 15
Views: 3,829
Posted By michael
Strange that they say up to 119 cause 120 is a...

Strange that they say up to 119 cause 120 is a very easy number being 5!
(4+4/4)!=120

-michael
Forum: Puzzles 2004-02-01, 18:26
Replies: 1
Views: 911
Posted By michael
IQ test

Perhaps some of you already know this site.
In fact it's just 25 puzzles, i soluted a few of them. You can check what you got correct.

Here they...
Forum: Puzzles 2004-01-30, 14:55
Replies: 24
Views: 3,082
Posted By michael
can we write all the Universe history on a simple...

can we write all the Universe history on a simple stick

Yes i can write 'all the Universe history' on a stick, if it is less than 2 inch long orso, i could even write it by hand. A match would be...
Forum: Puzzles 2004-01-30, 13:26
Replies: 1
Views: 809
Posted By michael
Maze

You might wonder where i am with my thoughts but i was thinking of the following.
For any solutable square maze (nxn) with starting position top left corner and goal bottom right corner, does there...
Forum: Puzzles 2004-01-30, 11:23
Replies: 15
Views: 3,829
Posted By michael
What about this one :innocent: ...

What about this one :innocent:

Pi(44-4!+4)=51

Pi(x) is amount of primes less or equal to x

-michael
Forum: Programming 2004-01-29, 23:34
Replies: 8
Views: 2,935
Posted By michael
I don't think i can do a list of exponents...

I don't think i can do a list of exponents there...i don't fancy typing out 40.000 probably factors.

-michael
Forum: PrimeNet 2004-01-29, 23:07
Replies: 5
Views: 1,653
Posted By michael
I have no clue which lines are or aren't...

I have no clue which lines are or aren't relevant...so here's all of it:

[Fri Jan 30 00:03:52 2004 - ver 23.7]
host = mersenne.org, port = 80
IP-addr = 64.66.6.250
GET...
Forum: Programming 2004-01-29, 22:58
Replies: 8
Views: 2,935
Posted By michael
Is it possible to use this program in windows? ...

Is it possible to use this program in windows?

-michael
Forum: LMH > 100M 2004-01-29, 22:17
Replies: 54
Views: 5,626
Posted By michael
I just use the grep utility Xyzzy talked about in...

I just use the grep utility Xyzzy talked about in the other thread. Then i edited the text a bit and made the lines in worktodo.ini look like
AdvancedFactor=exponent,exponent,50,56
When i tried...
Forum: Puzzles 2004-01-29, 20:38
Replies: 15
Views: 3,829
Posted By michael
Then for instance F(sqrt(4)) * (4-4/4) =51 would...

Then for instance F(sqrt(4)) * (4-4/4) =51 would be correct too?

F(2) is second Fermat number (or 222+1).

-michael
Forum: LMH > 100M 2004-01-29, 18:38
Replies: 54
Views: 5,626
Posted By michael
Anyone bothered if i explore this region a little...

Anyone bothered if i explore this region a little deeper? Say i take the exponents that didn't have a factor up to 50 bits depth and search to 55 orso...

-michael
Forum: Puzzles 2004-01-29, 18:14
Replies: 15
Views: 3,829
Posted By michael
I see you can use sqrt(4)=41/2 can we use 42 too?...

I see you can use sqrt(4)=41/2 can we use 42 too?

-michael
Forum: PrimeNet 2004-01-27, 23:35
Replies: 5
Views: 1,653
Posted By michael
Nope, nothing changed here...at least not that...

Nope, nothing changed here...at least not that i'm aware of...

-michael
Forum: PrimeNet 2004-01-26, 11:31
Replies: 5
Views: 1,653
Posted By michael
connection problem

It's been 2 days now that Prime95 has been unable to reach the server
[Mon Jan 26 12:17:04 2004 - ver 23.7]
ERROR: Primenet error 1
I didn't have any problems before, how can i repear this?
...
Forum: Puzzles 2004-01-25, 16:40
Replies: 11
Views: 3,385
Posted By michael
Take for instance...

Take for instance (14)12=(1*121+4*120)decimal=12+4=16

or (121)3=(1*32+2*31+1*30)decimal=9+6+1=16

other way round: 16=1*24+0*23+0*22+0*21+0*20 so 16=(10000)2 or binary

-michael
Forum: Puzzles 2004-01-25, 14:53
Replies: 11
Views: 3,385
Posted By michael
(10)hexadecimal=(11)15=(12)14=(13)13=(14)12=(15)11...

(10)hexadecimal=(11)15=(12)14=(13)13=(14)12=(15)11=16decimal=(17)9=(20)octal=(22)7=(24)6=(31)5=(100)4=(121)3=(10000)binary

General:
(abcde)n=(a*n4+b*n3+c*n2+d*n1+e*n0)decimal

Hope this answers...
Forum: LMH > 100M 2004-01-23, 14:39
Replies: 13
Views: 3,048
Posted By michael
Could you make such a file for nofactors? ...

Could you make such a file for nofactors?

-michael
Forum: Math 2004-01-21, 00:20
Replies: 31
Views: 6,800
Posted By michael
errata case a4 + 1 Same reasoning gives ...

errata case a4 + 1

Same reasoning gives
(1) a8k+4 - 1 ≡ 0 mod p;
(2) ....=a8k+4 + 1 ≡ 0 mop p

-michael
Forum: Puzzles 2004-01-20, 17:23
Replies: 12
Views: 1,420
Posted By michael
2 replacements (if you use 4 matches for each...

2 replacements (if you use 4 matches for each number as u wrote them down)
-michael
Forum: Math 2004-01-20, 17:03
Replies: 31
Views: 6,800
Posted By michael
Grrrrr Now that i typed it all out, i noticed...

Grrrrr Now that i typed it all out, i noticed that i actually didn't prove what Lucas said, though this is a more elementary proof (without groupe theorem) of the initial assumption. I will...
Forum: Puzzles 2004-01-16, 14:41
Replies: 14
Views: 1,259
Posted By michael
I'm surprised no one found the answer yet, base...

I'm surprised no one found the answer yet, base 15 is first base i couldn't find an answer for.

base 7: 3*4 + 1*6=24
base 8: 6*4 - 3 - 1=24
base 9: 6*4 - 3 + 1=24
base 10: 6/(1 - 3/4)=24
base...
Forum: LMH > 100M 2004-01-15, 20:00
Replies: 54
Views: 5,626
Posted By michael
This range is completed. -michael

This range is completed.

-michael
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