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I don't care the if a # of you are as ignorant as you seem, but in 20 years, it will be my name in the text books and some of you will be gone. I am the one pioneering polynomial time problem solving techniques. You are too dull to see it. > On Apr 14, 7:25 pm, Link <marty.musa... (a)gmail.com> wrote:
To Pee or To Not Pee: this is the question.
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Quantum cryptography and zero free numbers Hi if -13/-6= 1 remainder -1 due to the number line being offset in the negatives. 3,2,1,-1,-2,-3 etc. A formally consistent ring is defined. let the representation be for positive x, x-> x-1 and for negative x, x -> x. This then gives addition as a+b+1 and subtraction as a-b-1, leaving the number in the s... 14 Apr 2010 09:53
2010 Congress on Computer Applications and Computational Science, Singapore [EI Compendex,ISTP,IEEE Xplore] [ Please forward to those who may be interested. Thanks. ] ================================================================== 2010 International Congress on Computer Applications and Computational Science CACS 2010 http://irast.org/conferences/CACS/2010 4-6 December 2010, Singapore ==============================... 14 Apr 2010 04:24
Function to return ABA routing numbers <!-- function ABAMod10(aba) { //v2.0 var valid = "0123456789"; var len = aba.length; var bNum = true; var iABA = parseInt(aba); var sABA = aba.toString(); var url = "abaDisplay2.asp?aba=" + sABA; var iTotal = 0; var bResult = false; var temp; //alert(aba); for (var j=0; j<len; j++) { temp = "" + document.a... 13 Apr 2010 22:55
IF P THEN N = 2N/2P-N? IF P THEN N = 2 N / 2 P - N ? = T RU E O R F ALS E = N O ... 10 Apr 2010 14:36
Compressing 20 decimal digits into 8 bytes. Most databases attest they can hold 20 digits bigints into 8 bytes. How ? Someone answered me "binary conversion" but then 2^64=18446744073709551616 covering only 18% of the total 20 digits range. One possible explanation is that in the rare cases where we need values from the rest 82% range, the databases wil... 9 Apr 2010 23:23
Sometimes when you embrace the impossible you discover truth. One man once speculated one out of every ten times we embrace the impossible we discover truth. I imagine this means sometimes less then 10% of the time we embrace the impossible do we discover something new, and I imagine this also means sometimes more then 10% of the time when we temper our disbelief and go again... 9 Apr 2010 11:08
# Miscellaneous number theory functions # Miscellaneous number theory functions function IsNthPower(m,n) = ( if IsMatrix (m) or IsMatrix (n) then return ApplyOverMatrix2 (m, n, IsNthPower) else if not IsRational (m) then # Only integers/rationals can be perfect powers false else if n == 2 then IsPerfectSquare(m) else if not IsPerfe... 8 Apr 2010 16:18 |