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#1 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Happy new year! » 2015-01-14 18:10:25

Late post. Can someone close this topic now?

#7 Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Happy new year! » 2014-12-31 16:53:54

mathaholic
Replies: 7

It has been a great 2014. Mathematically, 2015 is divisible by 13. But, we should still hope for a good year! Cheers

And, happy new year. smile

#18 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Math competition... » 2014-12-07 12:55:13

If you insist... but I forgot the questions. tongue

#19 Re: Science HQ » When would the eight planets line up? » 2014-12-07 12:32:13

I have searched about February 4 1962. This such alignment of six planets will happen every 97 years 270 days 13 hours 59 minutes 13 seconds 499.75 milliseconds. So, the next alignment is November 1 2059 at around afternoon in our time (Philippines). So, Americans are so lucky to enjoy the view of February 4 1962. And, I will be a 55-year old who would be blind already. tongue

#23 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Happy two years of mathaholic! » 2014-12-05 22:50:16

mathgogocart, I'm always here whenever you need me. I have committed my service here in this forum.

#24 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » Happy two years of mathaholic! » 2014-12-02 20:47:19

Thank you, everybody. Wish for more fruitful years to come! God bless us all!

#25 Science HQ » When would the eight planets line up? » 2014-11-29 14:45:39

mathaholic
Replies: 12

If you have a theory or calculation about the title, you may do so here.

My current hypothesis:
Mercury
Revolution period: 0.24 Earth Years (87.97 Earth Days)
Venus
Revolution period: 224.7 Earth days
Mars
Revolution period: 686.93 Earth days
Jupiter
Revolution period: 11.86 Earth years
Saturn
Revolution period: 29.46 Earth years
Uranus
Revolution period: 83.75 Earth years
Neptune
Revolution period: 163.72 Earth years
Earth
Revolution period: 365.26 Earth Days


Could it be every 1 340 185 years 122 days 17 hours 59 minutes 16 seconds 800 milliseconds?

Long, right?

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