somehow wrote:I think you're talking about Euclid: The Game.
Thank you for posting that; that was fun!
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somehow wrote:I think you're talking about Euclid: The Game.
Xenomortis wrote:O(n^{2}) takes on new meaning when trying to find pairs of socks in the morning.
slinches wrote:Also, the OTC isn't a disease. In fact, it's the cure. As we all know, Time heals all wounds.
doogly wrote:It didn't recognize one of my solutions, which made me mad.
doogly wrote:level 12 - construct a given angle over here on this other line.
ahammel wrote:Is there a name for the associative binary operation in a semigroup, or is it just called an associative binary operation?
The binary operation of a semigroup is most often denoted multiplicatively: x·y, or simply xy, denotes the result of applying the semigroup operation to the ordered pair (x,y).
ameretrifle wrote:Magic space feudalism is therefore a viable idea.
ameretrifle wrote:Magic space feudalism is therefore a viable idea.
Dopefish wrote:Someone recently showed me a number (which I don't recall off the top of my head) which when multiplied by 2 or multiplied by 3 resulted in all the same digits, just rearranged.
Is there a name for numbers with that property? Is there anything fancy being done 'under the hood' that makes numbers like that behave in that manner, or is it just a kind of neat observation but without particular mathematical significance?
Dopefish wrote:Someone recently showed me a number (which I don't recall off the top of my head) which when multiplied by 2 or multiplied by 3 resulted in all the same digits, just rearranged.
Is there a name for numbers with that property? Is there anything fancy being done 'under the hood' that makes numbers like that behave in that manner, or is it just a kind of neat observation but without particular mathematical significance?
pollywog wrote:I want to learn this smile, perfect it, and then go around smiling at lesbians and freaking them out.Wikihow wrote:* Smile a lot! Give a gay girl a knowing "Hey, I'm a lesbian too!" smile.
ameretrifle wrote:Magic space feudalism is therefore a viable idea.
Eebster the Great wrote:y = cot(π/6(x-1))
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