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Anonymous Coward User ID: 29150324 United States 12/11/2012 03:41 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | "R / 2! - (R - 1) / 4! + (R - 2) / 6! - (R - 3) / 8! ... 1 / (R * 2)! where R is user input. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28797397 what do you mean by try this calculation? Anonymous Coward 29150324 "Do my homework"! Down Under Wonder. 29610709 I mean is it a computer program, a simplification of a math problem.. what? |

Anonymous Coward User ID: 16859646 Australia 12/11/2012 03:41 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Z/R-(b/8*R)+r/>u5R) Quoting: Well..thats what I reckon. Prove it wrong..8 being the random subset interger..i put it in there just to make it interesting. Anonymous Coward 16859646 you 100% on that ? Anonymous Coward 28797397 Nup..thats why I asked you to prove it wrong. The subset interger digit really threw it around a bit. THATS why its interesting. Seee what ya can do with it. Who knows..Einstein coulda come up with his equations by throwing in randoms as well..and voila..it opens up new vistas of thought and before ya know it..BANG..NEW ideas form. Its how invention and discovery work. Be random on purpose. You never know what the result will be unless you try to surprise even yourself. Think outside the box. |

Anonymous Coward User ID: 18713240 United States 12/11/2012 04:03 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Z/R-(b/8*R)+r/>u5R) Quoting: Well..thats what I reckon. Prove it wrong..8 being the random subset interger..i put it in there just to make it interesting. Anonymous Coward 16859646 you 100% on that ? Anonymous Coward 28797397 Nup..thats why I asked you to prove it wrong. The subset interger digit really threw it around a bit. THATS why its interesting. Seee what ya can do with it. Who knows..Einstein coulda come up with his equations by throwing in randoms as well..and voila..it opens up new vistas of thought and before ya know it..BANG..NEW ideas form. Its how invention and discovery work. Be random on purpose. You never know what the result will be unless you try to surprise even yourself. Think outside the box. Anonymous Coward 16859646 I wish I was good at math |

Anonymous Coward User ID: 18784700 United States 12/11/2012 04:04 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Basic algebra states that unless there are factors on both sides of the equal sign, you can't find the variable...in this case the variable is the user input, which could be absolutely anything, depending on who the person is that is providing the input. And since the variable could be anything, the answer is also quite possibly anything. Simply put, in the current state of the equation, the problem is quite unsolvable. However, since the answer to the equation is derived from the addition of user input, the user can and likely will choose what answer he or she desires, thus controlling the outcome. |

Anonymous Coward (OP)User ID: 28797397 Canada 12/11/2012 04:04 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Z/R-(b/8*R)+r/>u5R) Quoting: Well..thats what I reckon. Prove it wrong..8 being the random subset interger..i put it in there just to make it interesting. Anonymous Coward 16859646 you 100% on that ? Anonymous Coward 28797397 Nup..thats why I asked you to prove it wrong. The subset interger digit really threw it around a bit. THATS why its interesting. Seee what ya can do with it. Who knows..Einstein coulda come up with his equations by throwing in randoms as well..and voila..it opens up new vistas of thought and before ya know it..BANG..NEW ideas form. Its how invention and discovery work. Be random on purpose. You never know what the result will be unless you try to surprise even yourself. Think outside the box. Anonymous Coward 16859646 Easy rainman. |

Anonymous Coward (OP)User ID: 28797397 Canada 12/11/2012 04:09 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Basic algebra states that unless there are factors on both sides of the equal sign, you can't find the variable...in this case the variable is the user input, which could be absolutely anything, depending on who the person is that is providing the input. And since the variable could be anything, the answer is also quite possibly anything. Quoting: Simply put, in the current state of the equation, the problem is quite unsolvable. However, since the answer to the equation is derived from the addition of user input, the user can and likely will choose what answer he or she desires, thus controlling the outcome. Anonymous Coward 18784700 |

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Anonymous Coward User ID: 16859646 Australia 12/11/2012 04:13 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Well..thats what I reckon. Prove it wrong..8 being the random subset interger..i put it in there just to make it interesting. Anonymous Coward 16859646 you 100% on that ? Anonymous Coward 28797397 Nup..thats why I asked you to prove it wrong. The subset interger digit really threw it around a bit. THATS why its interesting. Seee what ya can do with it. Who knows..Einstein coulda come up with his equations by throwing in randoms as well..and voila..it opens up new vistas of thought and before ya know it..BANG..NEW ideas form. Its how invention and discovery work. Be random on purpose. You never know what the result will be unless you try to surprise even yourself. Think outside the box. Anonymous Coward 16859646 I wish I was good at math Anonymous Coward 18713240 Me too..im hopeless at it. Thats why I thre in the 8..help get the old brain working with randomly generated subsets. |

Anonymous Coward User ID: 24314629 United States 12/11/2012 04:23 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | "R / 2! - (R - 1) / 4! + (R - 2) / 6! - (R - 3) / 8! ... 1 / (R * 2)! where R is user input. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28797397 I'm sure it is some type of curve approaching infinity or zero. But seriously by "..." what do you mean, that the sequence repeats where R - 3 in the sequence becomes R - 4, so X+1, but always divided by a factorial which doubles, which we will call F*2. And finally this last term 1/(R * 2)! which is the factorial of the chosen number times 2 divided by 1. Seems like something you would get the same answer out of perhaps, something like 1. so R / X! - (R - A) / F! then repeats + - + -? |

#Geomagnetic_Storm#"Amateur Meteorologist" User ID: 1426914 United States 12/11/2012 04:26 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | The answer is obviously 3.08 Pound LargeMouth Bass |

Anonymous Coward User ID: 24314629 United States 12/11/2012 04:26 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | This equation really needs more explanation, and I'd have to pull out my old HP 48g graphing calculator to make any sense of it, but it definitely looks like a calculus type function. I mean you're asking for user input, so let's graph all input from 0-->Infinity. |

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Anonymous Coward User ID: 16260032 Australia 12/11/2012 04:31 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Nup..thats why I asked you to prove it wrong. The subset interger digit really threw it around a bit. THATS why its interesting. Seee what ya can do with it. Who knows..Einstein coulda come up with his equations by throwing in randoms as well..and voila..it opens up new vistas of thought and before ya know it..BANG..NEW ideas form. Its how invention and discovery work. Be random on purpose. You never know what the result will be unless you try to surprise even yourself. Think outside the box. Anonymous Coward 16859646 I wish I was good at math Anonymous Coward 18713240 Me too..im hopeless at it. Thats why I thre in the 8..help get the old brain working with randomly generated subsets. Anonymous Coward 16859646 I know..here is the original equation again.. Z/R-(b/8*R)+r/>u5R). If I write it like this Z/R-(b/8*R)+r/>u5R)>(U#!1/8R)-8 It elimiates the random subset interger, and replaces it with a more equitable conclusion doing away with the need to use conjecture to summarise the basic interval of the main quotient originally generated by the random subset. SEE..it DOES work. Thinking outside the box works. trouble is..ya cant get a job doing this shit unless ya got connections and have done ten years of brainwashing at uni. FUCK uni and their brainwashing bullshit. Not a slave..never will be. They can build their bombs and lasers and shit ALL on their own. Ill use my smarts for GOOD. Like the above equation. Its a basic formula governing the main power source for a nano ive been thinking about for the last few years. heat=energy=mass=motion=effect Its a hobby. Stephen Hawking can go take a shit..he knows NOTHING the stupid retarded pretender. |

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Anonymous Coward User ID: 16426387 Australia 12/11/2012 04:56 AM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Which equation are you talking about?OPs didnt have one and neither did mine. WTF are you blathering about? Anonymous Coward 16260032 WTF??? YOU JUST WROTE EQUATiON TWICE!!! WHAT ARE YOU BURBLING ON ABOUT????// Anonymous Coward 29595972 Okaaay...now step away from the calculator for a minute and count them. I see one. Uncross your eyes. It helps. |

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