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So /sci/, what is your favorite number? My favorite number is 581442729886633902054768000. If you know what's special about it without looking it up, then you're cool.

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>>7773152

251521180131513.

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>>7773154

That's just a random number you just came up with.

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>>7773157

No. Don't blame me if you can't crack it.

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>>7773160

It doesn't appear in a Google search, so there couldn't possibly be anything particularly interesting about it. It might have one single really obscure use, but tha'ts about it.

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2 658 455 991 569 831 744 654 692 615 953 842 176

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2357. Just the coolest looking digits IMO.

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>>7773152

googol

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>>7773425

Wikipedia says this number is a Smarandache–Wellin prime, whatever that is, so congrats on having it as your favorite number.

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1

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24

>Dat dual-example of 4x=5x-x and 6x=5x+x

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>>7773445

is this a meme

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0.999...

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>>7773564

Someone already posted this. Come up with an original answer.

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>>7773575

stfu and get out my thread faget, unless u want to post ur fav number

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[eqn]\varphi \,:=\, \max\,\left\{x\in\mathbf R/x^2 \,-\, x \,-\, 1 \,=\, 0\right\} \,=\, \frac{1 \,+\, \sqrt{5}}{2} \,=\, \sqrt{1 \,+\, \sqrt{1 \,+\, \cdots}} \,=\, 1 \,+\, \frac{1}{1 \,+\, \frac{1}{1 \,+\, \cdots}} \,=\, \lim_{n \rightarrow +\infty} \frac{F_{n \,+\, 1}}{F_n} \,\approx\, 1.618,033,988,749,894,848,2[/eqn]

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10^10^115

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3.14159265358979323... Etc

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7

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My favorite number is >>7773693

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69

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I can't decide between 5, and 100. this is turning into a real problem for me.

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My favorite is 5318008

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>>7773739

Looks like someone's projecting. Actually, you're the autistic one.

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524, loud and clear.

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>>7773774

There is nothing remarkable about 524, goddammit.

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>>7773167

Keep telling yourself that. It's very simple to crack, and I'm actually pretty disappointed in you.

It says "Your mom". The letters are mapped to their corresponding numbers, 0 is space.

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>>7773807

I see it now. That's very funny. I was right about it having just one single really obscure use, though.

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>>7773813

>letter/number substitution

>one obscure use

you are a gigantic faggot, and also retarded

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>>7773826

It takes one to know one.

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21

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16 is my favorite number

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>>7773813

Kind of like your mom. ;^)

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>>7773834

BTFO

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>>7773850

Thanks for appreciating my witty riposte, Anonymous.

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>>7773853

kill yourself

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>>7773854

After you.

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>>7773856

BTFO

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>>7773859

Thank you for enjoying my clever rejoinder, Anon.

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>>7773693

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>>7773693

Oh fuck

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>>7773882

This is fairly easy to do on slow boards like /sci/.

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>>7773885

>easy

>couldn't even get trips

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>>7773906

I could totally get trips if I tried I just don't want to

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>>7773916

Why are you responding for me, anon.

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>>7773916

Right, just like I didn't want these dubs.

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>>7773924

Sorry. Thought that post was one of mine. Sorry.

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>>7773933

>dubsman.jpg

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G64

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>>7773152

1, 2, or 42

42 mainly because that was the channel number for Discovery back when they were good and I used to watch everything they put out as a kid. 1 and 2 because typically whenever I get those prominently in a solution it's either a massive relief or the question gets really intense.

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>>7773784

That's right, this number has no meaning.

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>>7774116

Oh... good. I was a little worried that you picked the number 42 because it's a reference to that stupid book that features the number at one point. But you've provided a tolerable reason to pick 42 as one of your favorite numbers, so good job.

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>>7774118

Well, I'll be damned.

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-1

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>>7773152

24, because it's the highest number

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>>7774195

There are numbers higher than 24... for example, 25 is higher than 24. There are also lots of other numbers higher than 24, but I'm not going to list them all.

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>>7774214

That doesn't sound right at all

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[math]2^{\aleph_0}[/math] because it's the smallest uncountably infinite cardinal number.

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>>7774229

Not sure how much this really counts as a number for the purposes of the thread, but I'll allow it.

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Legit autism in this thread.

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>>7774240

I told you to get out, you piece of shit. This is your last warning. If you don't stop this now, I'm going to have to report you to the moderators.

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>>7773693

Damn

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My favorite number is your mom's

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>>7774251

That's pretty clever, actually. My mom does have a phone number.

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>>7773807

how could somebody differentiate 2 from 25 though? could either be b and e or y

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>>7774255

That's it, motherfucker. Your ass is grass.

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My favourite number is 10. It's your score on the autism test rated from 1 to 10 where 1 is normal and 10 is sperglord.

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>>7773431

>muh not picking what I picked!

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>>7773693

oh fuck

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2.71828182845904523536028yadayada

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89

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My favorite number is 58008.

Get it?

Do you get it?

/sci/ence

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>>7774729

lol xD

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>>7773152

0.20787957635, because I'm that kind of pleb.

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69 xDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

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>>7775085

So...how's high school?

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23 cuz its 69/3=23 kek

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>>7774729

Shouldn't it be 80085?

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>>7773693

niice

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>>7773152

11

Because it's twice as good as #1.

It's also the date that is my birthday.

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>>7773152

my favorite number is e, the base of the natural logarithm

e = 2.718281828...

or can also be expressed as the ratio:

84,549,437.98 / 31,104,000

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My favorite number is autism

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>>7775258

e is not rational my friend

>took the b8

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My favorite number's 7!

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>>7775088

>taking bait this hard

This thread: http://youhaveautism.com/

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>>7775365

>7!

So 5040 is your favorite number?

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>>7774205

Yes!

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>>7774229

>smallest uncountably infinite cardinal number

That's assuming the continuum hypothesis.

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12 because thats wheb i git laid bros

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>>7773152

52

Number of:

Weeks in a year

US States

Pills of aspirin in a lethal dosage

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>>7777797

>52 us states

I got news for you son...

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>>7777864

Greenland is ours regardless of what Denmarkistan says

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>>7777888

I accept this.

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55. A beautiful number.

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>>7773601

This is the single interesting post in this thread, why are there no replies, just shitposting?

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>>7773693

[math]\textrm{Impressive}[/math]

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>>7777711

>He doesn't take the generalized continuum hypothesis as an axiom

Have fun with your pleb-tier set theory, anon.

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>>7779632

Only the ultimate plebs take GCH as an axiom.

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8.

>>7773693

Checked.

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>>7779898

You don't think a statement as basic as [math]|A|>|B|\to|\mathcal{P}(A)|>|\mathcal{P}(B)|[/math] should be provable?

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>>7773601

because golden ratio, it gets old man... not as fun.

I am an electrical engineer, consultant job and do mathematical art as a hobby. So anytime I say "check ma fractals bitch" people are all like, golden ratio, god number, nature.... bladi-bladi-bla...

262,537,412,640,768,744

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>>7773693

how the...?

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>>7777797

>52

Hyper-crisis confirmed

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>>7775365

OP here. This is also a good number.

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>>7773152

27. I don't know why, but it sounds/feels very smooth.

Try it.

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>>7778345

That post isn't interesting just because it has an equation written in latex. That number is a meme number.

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>>7780483

3^3

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>>7780171

Even if I accepted that, by (a variant of) Easton's theorem that proposition doesn't imply GCH.

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>>7781215

>8 and 4 good tier

thats retarded

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Most masculine numbers are 4, 8, multiples of 8 and numbers that end in 4 or 8.

24 is hypermasculine. 128 is hypermasculine.

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>>7781244

8 looks like a sideways pair of balls, but what's so masculine about 4?

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>>7781058

It doesn't, but ZF+GCH can prove that statement, while ordinary ZFC can't. Plus GCH implies AC, so you don't even have to increase the number of axioms in your system.

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>>7773152

0 because ({0},•) and ({0},+) are Abelian groups

>inb4 muh trivial group

Fuck off, faggot.

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>>7781547

But that's really only one group written two different ways, and it's no different than ({1},•). Clearly 1 and 0 are equally good.

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>>7781551

True, but they're pretty autistically considered different because they aren't extended the same way. With the group under addition, you can extend the set from {0} to the integers and have a group with the same identity element, but you can't with multiplication.

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1729

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>>7773152

a number K such that K > x for all x in R

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88005553535

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Mine is -1/12.

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>>7773152

0 is the best number

usually a zero showing up in your work means things get a lot simpler to work with

group together something to sum to zero? it disappears

product is zero? whole term disappears

something equals zero? you're free to start dividing and multiplying by shit without it getting any more complicated

it's a nice number

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>>7781228

Your face is retarded.

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>>7781670

This is a really nice thing about zero, once you get a zero in there it all gets a lot easier.

Thanks anon, you've brightened my night with thoughts about zero

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>>7781546

>GCH implies AC

No it doesn't. If you're familiar with the proof of the independence of AC, you can construct a model that satisfies GCH but not AC.

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>>7773152

1 cuz you can't have any other numbers without one.

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>>7782195

Not sure where you're getting that, but it's not true. CH is independent of AC, but GCH implies both of those. Here's a paper that talks about it if you're interested: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2695444?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

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>>7774260

(You)

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>>7782224

Oh, odd. I didn't expect that. I guess the cohen forcing over a model of GHC that adds countably many reals changes some powerset's cardinality after all. Some singular cardinal of cofinality [math]\omega[/math].

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>>7781628

The best

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One of those illegal numbers involved in encryption methods.

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>>7782349

Which one specifically?????

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1729

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>>7783382

Hardy once was going to see Ramanujam when he was ill at Putney. He had ridden in taxi cab number 14 and remarked that the number seemed to him rather a dull one, and that he hoped it was not an unfavorable omen. "No," Ramanujam replied, "it is a very interesting number; it is the smallest number expressible as a product of 2 and 7 in two different ways."

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>>7782224

Wait, actually that's easy to see.

In fact, if the continuum function is from ORD to ORD, doesn't that imply AC by some kind of easy induction on well-ordering the [math]V_\alpha[/math]'s?

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