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A question that is also on B. There are many B members over at the SE, some are moderators.

Supposing you said that

n / 0 = k

where n and k both did not equal 0. Then we could multiply by 0 on both sides.

n = 0 * k

n = 0

something is wrong I just said n and k did not equal 0. Dividing by 0 leads to lots of contradicions.

I have already explained it too much, what if C sees it?

How does it matter? I've already solved it.

I know you have and I am glad. I am in competition with the rest of them and competition is war.

Wunderbar! How wise. How pithy. More!

Can you explain me like I'm five?

You are 16 and a Moderator. This is a B problem.

Try Mother, Father...

What's 101?

Hmmm, battle of the ages.

No explanations, just DGA.

Yes but did it have a 101 on it?

Can you suggest some more words so that I can use them as a seed to get more outputs?

Back in my day we only had Eliza to talk to.

It sure does, it spies on you faster than I can say kaboobly doo.

It is not correct. Where does log8^2 come from?

Yes, that is the reason tjhey were invented for.