2nd hint isn't useless. It discards any possible odd answer, like 15 (15 divided by 7 has a remainder of 1, but since it's odd, it has a remainder of 1 when divided by 2).
This means any even number which fits the 1st hint can be the right answer, like 22. It's still a very easy and dumb math problem, though.
1:4 is red:area
1:3 is red:blue
It's actually not me this time. I actually take the time to formulate a novel problem instead of copypasting from Wikipedia.
Actually, I misread the 1st hint. It needs to have a remainder of 1 when divided by 3, 5 and 7 at the same time to satisfy the equation, not only one of the three. In that case, 36 is an acceptable answer.
Each square section in >>152421084
contains two halves one with all blue and one with two red triangles.
Blue = s*h
mixed = two triangles of height (h/2) and side s
so = 2 * (s)*(h/4) = 0.5 *s*h
making the other 0.5*s*h blue
each rectangle is 25% red 75% blue.
> tfw I made that pic
> tfw no one was able to use algebraic geometry to give an algebraic expression for the radius
>tfw the closest was some guy using trig to get an answer that is accurate up to 3 decimal places
Yeah, I was retarded. The right answer is 106 (because it's 3 times 5 times 7 plus 1), or 105 times anything plus 1.
And yeah, the 2nd hint was useless, since that will always be even anyway. I didn't think things through. Sorry.
X % 3 = 1
X % 5 = 1
X % 7 = 1
X % 2 != 1
X % 4 != 1
X % 6 != 1
X % 8 != 1
Therefore X = 106
106 % 3 = 1
106 % 5 = 1
106 % 7 = 1
106 % 2 = 0 (not = 1)
106 % 4 = 2 (not = 1)
106 % 6 = 4 (not = 1)
106 % 8 = 2 (not = 1)
Alright fellas time to sleep, 7:49 AM here
>can't read between the lines
>calls other ESL
N % 2 != 1, so the number is required to be even.
N - 1 = a * 3 = b * 5 = c * 7
N - 1 is odd, and the numbers on the right are odd, so logically a, b and c must all be odd.
Additionally, all these numbers are primes, so no common divisors exist. This means that the first possible number is 3 * 5 * 7 + 1 = 106.
Next valid combinations are d * 3 * 5 * 7 + 1 for any odd d:
As the set of odd numbers is infinite, this means there are infinite possible answers to your question. Please come with an actual solvable riddle next time.
The tessellating element is a rhombic tile consisting of a blue central hexagon and two red diametrically opposite triangles contiguous thereto, which has a red to blue area ratio of 1:4. Presumably your mistake was in thinking that the Star of David figure is the generating tile, which would be in error since the tiles shouldn't overlap.
I meant to say 1:4 is the ratio of red to the total plane area.
I am assuming a very standard assumption where the ratio at infinity is implicitly taken to mean the limiting behaviour of the ratio (red area in consideration):(total area in consideration) as the total area under consideration tends to infinity.
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>always barely scrape by with maths
>get promised the math is light
>mfw he studies a field exclusively governed by laws he has a poor grasp on
You can get real good at maths through practise, why are you studying STEM if you can't be bothered to get good at maths?
Didnt like the other studies I looked at and what I study now is pretty fun except for the maths. Also some parts they have maths but you can just get by by understanding the formulae, while at other subjects the professor is a math nut and explains everything by deriving formulae.
They told me I could become anything I wanted.
Tips to the left as the ping pong ball is linked to the left side of the scale and thus contributes to its mass. The steel ball is suspended from outside the system and as such doesn't affect the right side's mass in any way.
Buoyancy would only add mass to the right side if the object is of less density than the liquid it's are submersed in, steel is far denser than water, so its presence doesn't affect the scales.
Buoyancy means the steel ball still applies a strength to the water equal to the weight of its volume of water. On the left side, for the same volume, we have a ping-pong ball lighter than water, so less force is applied to the scale, which would then tip right. The string's weight isn't significant, or it would keep the ping-pong ball down by weight alone without tying it down (if it IS that heavy, the scale would tip left).
Fuck you Kurisu, you smug ho. Don't make me leave you in the kennel for another night.
it's 1/3 red to blue guys
>a triangle base is of equal length with a hexagon edge
>that means it takes 6 triangles to fill an hexagon
>let's pick a random hexagon, called B
>we fill it up with all the triangles around him
now we have 1-1 ration of red-blue in the area of hexagon B and the 6 triangles touching it
>we leave for later, the next hexagon in line, C, and go to D, with which we do the same and fill it up with all the triangles touching him
>we go back to C, and notice he is left with 2 triangles touching him, the one on top and the one on bot, since the other triangles where ''eaten'' by B and D
that means in the C area we have a 1-3 ratio of red to blue
>now we go to hexagon A, and is the same story as in C
now round up A B C and D areas, and have a ratio of 2-3 red to blue, which repeats on infinite (if it does not then all my calculations go to shit, is this in an infinite bathroom?) on ABCD line of hexagons
>the story repeats on the the lines of hexagons at an odd distance from the ABCD line, and all the lines at an even distance from ABCD will have no triangles, which means a ratio of 0-1 red to blue on those lines
and now we round up all the even and odd lines and end up with a ratio of 1-3
I think it's a paradox
if you say 25% is correct, you have a 50% random change of picking it
if you say 50% is correct, you have a 25% random change of picking it
if you say 0%, assuming no respond is correct, then you actually had a 25% change of picking it