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#1 20070208 23:33:45
IF TWO NUMBERS START WITH A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR VALUES! By A.R.B" IF TWO NUMBERS START WITH A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR VALUES! AND BOTH ARE MULTIPLIED BY THE SAME AMOUNT! ONE VALUE WILL ALWAYS BE GREATER THAN THE OTHER!! " #2 20070209 00:10:57
Re: IF TWO NUMBERS START WITH A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR VALUES! By A.R.BMultiply both by 0? #3 20070209 00:33:12
Re: IF TWO NUMBERS START WITH A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR VALUES! By A.R.BAnthony, you "theorem" just got pwnd by the Trivial case:P Last edited by kylekatarn (20070209 00:47:27) #4 20070210 00:48:09
Re: IF TWO NUMBERS START WITH A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR VALUES! By A.R.BHow Sad!! #5 20070210 00:56:48
Re: IF TWO NUMBERS START WITH A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR VALUES! By A.R.B
Okay, here's a challenge. I challenge you to find a single calculator that will agree that 1 x 0 = 1. Because all mine must be broken, since they all seem to agree that any number multiplied by 0 (including 1) = 0. #6 20070210 02:30:26
Re: IF TWO NUMBERS START WITH A DIFFERENCE IN THEIR VALUES! By A.R.BAnthony.R.Brown, "In the real world, this would be a problem. But in mathematics, we can just define a place where this problem doesn't exist. So we'll go ahead and do that now..." Topic closed Pages: 1
