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>>9169358

NEED TO GO BACK TO >>>/pol/ AND REDDIT

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>>9169401

dam u mad nigga lmao

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Well that's interesting, how close is it to its nearest star?

What sort of star is it orbiting around?

With that, how much energy could it be absorbing from its star? How is this energy converted on a planetary scale? How is this energy exuded?

Could be useful for thermal energy research

Are mathematicians born or made?

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>>9169242

Born and made from vagina.

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Roughly 50% born, 50% made

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Born. Math may be something you can learn but original math is the kind of stuff people have to be wired for.

Crack open a calculus textbook and realize the turbo autists that brought us modern math were always freaks and weirdos from birth. Gauss and Hamilton in particular were child prodigies.

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Big primes make passwords more secure 2017-09-15 06:58:13 Post No.9169241

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Big primes make passwords more secure
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The reason lies in the fact that given two big primes [math]p_{1}[/math] and [math]p_{2}[/math] it would be difficult to factorize [math]p_{1}p_{2}[/math].

The bigger [math]p_{1},p_{2}[/math], the better.

Can on the other hand exclusive knowledge of big primes be used to crack them?

I don't know how this would work so I'm just asking.

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>>9169241

Nah, you can download a list of big primes on the internet, it's still np-hard to factor though

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>>9169257

Sorry, It's not NP-hard. No polynomial algorithm exists for factoring on current architectures.

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Brain 2017-09-15 06:22:34 Post No.9169194

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What are the craziest tests on people with their brain? I've been trying to find some but can't find any true (Russian sleeper experiment) or overly crazy

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>>9169194

How about the one where a guy had a large pole that was impaled into his brain, but he could still function? Google Phineas Gage. The left part of his brain was completely destroyed and he became a completely changed man.

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>>9169201

Did reading into that loved it

Hi, say I have a bunch of 5c, 10c, 20c and 50c coins and I'm trying to make up $1. How do I map out all the possible combinations visually?

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this is not a troll question btw, i said VISUALLY, like a graph. if i just plot 0.5x, 0.2x, 0.1x and 0.05x or something like that it doesnt account for all possible combinations, for example

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um...0.5w+0.2x+0.1y+0.05z...which..how do you represent on a graph. Or there's something erroneous about this thinking

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Lets say you have just $0.05 and $0.25 coins.

You want all solutions to the equation

x*0.05+y*0.25 = 1

where x and y are non-negative integers.

That equation simplifies down to

y=4-0.2x

As you can see by the graph, the non-negative integer solutions are

(0,4),(5,3),(10,2), (15,1), (20,0)

Lets say you want to work with 4 different types of coins. That's more difficult because now instead of working with a 2D solution set(the plane), you are working with a 4D solution set which is impossible to properly visualize.

However, it's easy to model:

w*0.05 + 0.1*x + 0.2*y + 0.5*z = 1

All solutions to this equation that uses non-negative integers are valid (since you can'thage a negative or partial coin)

Let's see how high we shitpost with prime numbers.

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2^57,885,161-1

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Came up on this article on Wikipedia. It references a talking elephant, named Batyr

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batyr

The elephant's voice was broadcast on radio, and several prestigious Soviet institutions wrote papers on it.

Soviet science wasn't done for the money, it was done for the prestige and honor, and for the joy of doing science. Few were willing to discus pseudoscience.

Was the elephant just operantly conditioned to talk?

Can any of you find recordings?

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Please guys, I'm curious. \

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lol idk

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NEED HELP 2017-09-15 03:34:41 Post No.9168992

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I don't get this

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>>9168992

do you take out the dotted item after catching it place it back?

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>>9169443

The numbers here seem to work if you put it back, i.e., catch-and-release.

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>>9170064

well aren't I retarded huh

>>9168992

13 hours later you have your answers kid

8 dots, 1 ducks, 7 rest

10 dots, 1 ducks, 14 rest

12 dots, 1 ducks, 23 rest

12 dots, 2 ducks, 4 rest

16 dots, 2 ducks, 14 rest

20 dots, 2 ducks, 28 rest

18 dots, 3 ducks, 6 rest

24 dots, 3 ducks, 21 rest

20 dots, 4 ducks, 1 rest

24 dots, 4 ducks, 8 rest

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Math and science 2017-09-15 03:30:11 Post No.9168989

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tf is wrong with me? So I'm a biochem major and the grades I got first year are the following, Bio-98, chem-93, physics-89, stats-83, calculus......65. Basically all the mistakes and failures in chem and physics are from math errors and short sightedness . Why tf am I like this? am I MATHAMATICALLY AUTISTIC?

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>>9168989

>am I MATHAMATICALLY AUTISTIC

No no no my good friend. If you were mathematically autistic then you would be getting A's. You are mathematically normal. A math normie

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>MATHAMATICALLY AUTISTIC?

no

autism is a specific sort of retardation. Other forms of retardation would be just retardation.

You're retarded at math. thats what you meant to say of yourself.

Hey, /sci/ what mathematical equation do you most associate with your personal edification and the lifting of your spirits? Asking for a friend.

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SSSB

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>>9168797

1 + 1 = 2

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>>9168797

x+0 = x*1

It just has it all

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