No other limitations?Originally Posted by malaygoel
Hello, Malay!
Express 24 with the help of four zeros (0000). You can use any mathematical symbols.
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* (0! + 0! + 0! + 0!)! *
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An oldie . . . Express 64 with two 4's.
* 4^(sqrt{sqrt{sqrt{4!}}} *
Edit: corrected error ... sorry!
Becuase we are obsessed with it.
I already posted a solution in white you need to move mouse over it. Basically, for reflexsivity to exist it must use all the elements but a combination of symettry and transitivity do not.Originally Posted by BubbleBrain
If I ever become an abstract math professor I would include such a question on an exam. I think it is nice problem, would you not agree? (but you probably got that immediately, but still nice).
Here's a probability question:
Quick's school football team=x
Other school football team=y
if x and y are playing against eachother, and the lead ref is biased, then the percentage of penalties against x is 120% (more penalties called then penalties) and y is 5%
by the end of the game, what is the probability Quick will be frustrated