Uhm... okay... 17?
LOL! What made both of you pick 17?
LOL! What made both of you pick 17?
for some reason I really like 17. I have no idea why.
LOL! What made both of you pick 17?
for some reason I really like 17. I have no idea why.
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Is it 25-70, inclusive?Inclusive/exclusive is always fun with this game... however, in this case, it doesn't matter :P
If so, I guess 25.
Still, no... should I start doing "hot/cold" responses?Yes! I used to love those games when I was little. XD
12Nifleheim :P
Edit: Wait a second...nevermind XB
69cold
53warm
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I had a feeling that it would be an odd number. ;) (And square numbers are very odd. ;P)49
THAT'S IT!
73I thought someone might do that. ;)
94Nope. :P
Nein... it's spelled "nein." ...:PI knew that. XD That's what happens when you're in a rush. :P
(one of these days someone is going to pick something defined by a function at a certain value or a multiple of some awesome constant such as e or pi or i... when that day comes... ... ...we'll be guessing for a re-heally long time)I think most people prefer short, easy rational numbers. For instance: I have trouble remembering past 3.14159265358979323, so I stick with integers.
I never know past 3.14. :P(one of these days someone is going to pick something defined by a function at a certain value or a multiple of some awesome constant such as e or pi or i... when that day comes... ... ...we'll be guessing for a re-heally long time)I think most people prefer short, easy rational numbers. For instance: I have trouble remembering past 3.14159265358979323, so I stick with integers.
I think most people prefer short, easy rational numbers. For instance: I have trouble remembering past 3.14159265358979323, so I stick with integers.I rarely remember past 3.141592 :-\
Nada. Nyet.нетNine.Nein.
74And 74 it is! :) I thought it was high time that we had an even number. Your turn, Nebel. 8)
I used to know it to 50 digits, but a combination of laziness and business made me forget most of it. ;PI think most people prefer short, easy rational numbers. For instance: I have trouble remembering past 3.14159265358979323, so I stick with integers.I rarely remember past 3.141592 :-\
XD Wow. :PI used to know it to 50 digits, but a combination of laziness and business made me forget most of it. ;PI think most people prefer short, easy rational numbers. For instance: I have trouble remembering past 3.14159265358979323, so I stick with integers.I rarely remember past 3.141592 :-\
i's not between 30 and 40...XDu mean eleventy-million is?
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Ooooooo...I got it... ...k... I choose a number from e to 10*e. :P34
Yeah! And sorry for replying so late, been busy the past 3 days :P
Ooooooo...I got it... ...k... I choose a number from e to 10*e. :PHelp us out here. Are you wanting us to guess integers, or irrational numbers?
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eleventy-billion
K, I'm gonna guess...
the number you're thinking of.
applesauceI find it funny that the right answer was followed by three silly answers. :P
I guess 135 unless it's wrong in which case I guess whatever is right.It's not wrong, it's just that the function isn't defined at 135. :P
Wait... so we're dealing with a real-valued function that is discontinuous within the limits you gave us! :o That doesn't seem fair at all... *grumbles*Well, it does approach 135 if you take the limit from the right... :P
ok, it's just way too much fun to drag this math talk out. :PNot when you get on here to take a break from the math after studying for a calc 3 exam for three hours XD :P
With what type of function are we dealing? I mean... should I be concerning myself with Heaviside step functions multiplied to arbitrary functions (you could make just about anything you wanted that way :-\) or am I looking at a simple rational function of some form (you've said it's discontinuous so that rules out a lot of functions actually... for instance, it can't be a normal polynomial or linear function because those would be continuous)It's either a tan function, or a sec function, but I can't remember which...
137Nope. :P
dy/dx of y^2 + x^2?I'm sorry, but I'm looking for an integer, not a function.
dy/dx of y^2 + x^2?I'm sorry, but I'm looking for an integer, not a function.
Looking at the record, I'm surprised no one has guessed 130 and 133...I was surprised to, as 133 was the correct number!
I guess 133; someone else can guess 130...
It was fifteen... it was only after Deloria guessed 19 that I realized I had done something out of character: I had picked a composite number. XBFor shame! :no: Fie on thee, for a knave!
It's her birth year :P
I'm thinking of a number between 50 and 80.
...and it has to do with my DAY of birth, not year. ;)
Nope, 83 or 84 would still be wrong (I was born in 82), and it has to do with my DAY of birth, not year. ;)Ah! then based on that clue, I shall guess 62.
?? Uh, what?I was thinking that perchance you were born on the 26th, and thus, 62 is 26 backwards.
I was born July 4th. Where'd 62 come from?
20 (your age? :P)Not quite it either. :P Reaaally close though.
42 (The answer to life, the universe, and everything)?But not this! :P
31
In the range of 2^5 to 4^3 ::)That would be 32 to 64 for all you non-math people ;D
111011? XDThat's 59 in binary, by the way. :D
Or 3B in hex ;)111011? XDThat's 59 in binary, by the way. :D
64 (twice :))XD
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e, Euler's constant... or e^{i*pi} :PFor simplicity's sake, the number is a positive or negative integer.
e, Euler's constant... or e^{i*pi} :PFor simplicity's sake, the number is a positive or negative integer.
So it is, my mistake! ;]...e^{i*pi} is a negative integer. :Pe, Euler's constant... or e^{i*pi} :PFor simplicity's sake, the number is a positive or negative integer.
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