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Posted 2/17/16
This the easy game.

how to play

Person 1- 1+1?

Person 2- 2, 2+2?

Person 3- 4, 3+3?

and so on.

i'll start it.

33+2?


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Posted 2/17/16 , edited 2/17/16
35

35 + 1
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Posted 2/17/16 , edited 2/18/16
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15+16?
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Posted 2/19/16 , edited 2/19/16
31


31 - 9 = ?
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42+12?
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Posted 2/19/16 , edited 2/19/16
54. This game is pointless if we're just doing simple addition and subtraction, though.

So, have fun with this.

log[3](5).

Or, if you give up / are a middle schooler with no idea what that is, I suppose you can just answer 13+10*5.

vvvvvvvvvvYou're no fun, but I suppose that's not against the rules.
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Posted 2/19/16
use calculator on that
Posted 2/19/16
log(5) / log(3) = 1.46

lne^69
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I don't know

What's 1000-7?
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Posted 2/19/16 , edited 2/19/16

Moonblast wrote:

log(5) / log(3) = 1.46

lne^69


You've basically just told me to find the Log base e of e, to the power of 69. This results in an error if using a simple calculator, or negative inifinity. Take your pick.

As for the problem above...993


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Posted 2/19/16
ln(e^69) = 69

Natural log and e are inverse of each other, therefore, they cancel out in the functional sense. The answer is 69, for all you sick perverts. I know, I forgot to include the brackets, but it should have been a common sense. I thought everyone in school had at least a scientific calculator, these days...

tan(45 degree)
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