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    Denis replied to the thread Match the post#.
    0*123 + 4^5 - 6 - 7*(-8 + 9) = 1011 9 - 87 + 65*(4 - 3) + 2^10 = 1011
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    ksdhart2 replied to the thread Match the post#.
    0! + 1 + 2 \cdot 3 + 4^5 + 67 - 89 = 1010 9 + 87 + 6 + 5 + 43 \cdot 21 = 1010
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    ksdhart2 replied to the thread Weight amount.
    I don't know what this means, because it's obviously untrue. That's just not how any of this works. If you take any two objects, their...
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    Dr.Peterson replied to the thread Equality of quantities.
    So you are using "[bird]" and "[legs]" like units (1 foot = 12 inches), and not as variables (number of birds, number of legs), which...
  • Dr.Peterson
    What I meant by "reasonably clear" is that, though it could have been stated better, no other interpretation that makes sense would lead...
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    Ryan$ posted the thread Weight amount in Beginning Algebra.
    Hi guys, there's something confused me a lil about weight and I'm trying to relate to to our real life but don't make sense since in our...
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    Ryan$ replied to the thread Equality of quantities.
    no ! but I mean that how from equality we can conclude ":" a relation between birds and legs
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    Ryan$ reacted to Otis's post in the thread Equality of quantities with Haha Haha.
    Is one of the birds a double amputee? 🤔
  • Otis
    I think the double-arrowed line is misleading, as that's a common diagram-convention for marking a specific object. Or, did you think...
  • Otis
    Otis replied to the thread Permutations formula.
    The following examples seem to be what you're calling 'permutations'. 80 - 10 81 - 11 … 99 - 29 100 - 30 10 + 60 11 + 59 … 59 + 11 60...
  • Otis
    Otis replied to the thread Double Crypt.
    It was, until Romsek posted and I realized the second clue was botched! Contrary to my usual abysmal luck, I actually had an extra word...
  • Otis
    Otis replied to the thread Equality of quantities.
    Is one of the birds a double amputee? 🤔
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    Ryan$ replied to the thread Equality of quantities.
    how from equality "=" we move implicitly to ":"
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    Ryan$ replied to the thread Equality of quantities.
    I mean with "writing that"; from this statement=5[bird] = 8[legs] we conclude that at every 5bird there's 8legs; so it's equal to say...
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