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#1 2007-05-06 18:27:32

espeon
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A logic-Algebra problem...

Um on the main site on algebra problems on Logic 1 it says...


A^(C)=LOGIC




5^(7)=78125

That potentially is wrong? C is 5 and A has a 7 next to it? and techniquly C and L are the same...


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#2 2007-05-07 01:54:41

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Re: A logic-Algebra problem...

According to the equation, A^C must equal L * O * G * I * C

So, if, according to you, C = 5, then A ^ 5 is equal to L * O * G * I * 5.

What do you mean by A has a 7 next to it?

Your question doesn't make the most sense really.


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#3 2007-05-07 09:00:01

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Re: A logic-Algebra problem...

Ooops ... you may be right.

It should be CL = LOGIC

57 = 78125


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#4 2007-05-09 01:43:46

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Re: A logic-Algebra problem...

Here's a bit of a variant: C^(A) = LOGIC.


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