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Hm, thanks for digging this thread up.

That's the same thing as the last one.

That is incorrect. For example, 25 would remain after the process, but is not prime.

Hi PatternMan

Do you remember how the absolute value of a number is defined?

Times by 3?

Hi PatternMan

because

.Hi iluvdogs

Welcome to the forum!

What is your favourite fur color?

That said, I think both of you have asked incorrect questions.

Hi Mark

I'm getting 13 for the 2D case.

Hi Olinguito

Welcome to the forum!

What's your favourite colour?

Assuming y is the number of cubes, the formula is y=e^3/x^3.

I'v also had that problem with the word "p.o.k.e.r".

The first and third one are plays on familiar and cheesy pickup lines.

Mostly described by Gifted Learner group, but have a bit of all 3.

You cannot upload pictures, Shivam.

Is there any way you could post a picture of that or maybe use LaTeX?

Hm, it's all mixed up. How is 1/ln(g) * ln(x) = (1/ln(g)) * (1/x) ?

That doesn't mean it does not have meaning.

The number 3 does not exist either, then.

That sounds right. The only exception (that I can think of) is any constant sequence.

sin(n) would be oscillating, but not periodic.

Hi ganesh

Maybe he has to simulate if the pickup line works.

No problem.

The volume is now easy to compute.

I participated in the competition organized by our country, but that's pretty much it.