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henh...@gmail.com
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Mike Terry
2
Sep 27
What is (x^2022) modulo (x^2 + 1) ?
On 27/09/2022 22:42, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > > When you divide (x^2022) by (x^2 + 1) , what
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What is (x^2022) modulo (x^2 + 1) ?
On 27/09/2022 22:42, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > > When you divide (x^2022) by (x^2 + 1) , what
Sep 27
henh...@gmail.com
Sep 27
Comma (in 1000) --- Decimal Points (in Europe)
> > > > according to the simulations i've done... > > > > > > >
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Comma (in 1000) --- Decimal Points (in Europe)
> > > > according to the simulations i've done... > > > > > > >
Sep 27
henh...@gmail.com
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Anton Shepelev
20
Sep 27
the Most crowded room --- (expected # of max. Birthday collisions)
On Thursday, September 22, 2022 at 3:34:17 PM UTC-7, Anton Shepelev wrote: > HH: > >
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the Most crowded room --- (expected # of max. Birthday collisions)
On Thursday, September 22, 2022 at 3:34:17 PM UTC-7, Anton Shepelev wrote: > HH: > >
Sep 27
henh...@gmail.com
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Anton Shepelev
4
Sep 27
in a Room of 100 people, 99% of them are Spinkos. ...
Hen Hanna to himself: > > [Act I, scene i]: > > Study is like the heavenТs glorious sun
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in a Room of 100 people, 99% of them are Spinkos. ...
Hen Hanna to himself: > > [Act I, scene i]: > > Study is like the heavenТs glorious sun
Sep 27
henh...@gmail.com
Sep 23
(real-Life Puzzle) -- The real Dictators don't do that... Instead what happens is....
(real-Life Puzzle) in Anime and PG-13 SciFi movies (like [Star Wars]), a Dictator makes his own
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(real-Life Puzzle) -- The real Dictators don't do that... Instead what happens is....
(real-Life Puzzle) in Anime and PG-13 SciFi movies (like [Star Wars]), a Dictator makes his own
Sep 23
Richard Heathfield
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Richard Harnden
2
Sep 22
Congratulations Kevin Stone!
On 21/09/2022 18:49, Richard Heathfield wrote: > From <https://brainbashers.com/about.asp>
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Congratulations Kevin Stone!
On 21/09/2022 18:49, Richard Heathfield wrote: > From <https://brainbashers.com/about.asp>
Sep 22
henh...@gmail.com
Sep 20
(Cracked eggs) --- and other Highlights from Rec.Puzzles ?
"Can you find the odd one out in : 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17 ?" this (Cracked eggs) is a
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(Cracked eggs) --- and other Highlights from Rec.Puzzles ?
"Can you find the odd one out in : 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17 ?" this (Cracked eggs) is a
Sep 20
CotPi
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henh...@gmail.com
2
Sep 20
Sans vowels
On Wednesday, March 16, 2011 at 4:04:15 PM UTC-7, CotPi wrote: > This puzzle contains a list of
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Sans vowels
On Wednesday, March 16, 2011 at 4:04:15 PM UTC-7, CotPi wrote: > This puzzle contains a list of
Sep 20
Ulrich D i e z
Sep 20
Re: Kopf ab! (Vom Wort)
Dorothee Hermann schrieb: > Am 19.09.22 um 17:54 schrieb Hauke Reddmann: >> Fand ich
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Re: Kopf ab! (Vom Wort)
Dorothee Hermann schrieb: > Am 19.09.22 um 17:54 schrieb Hauke Reddmann: >> Fand ich
Sep 20
cotpi
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Mike Terry
7
Sep 20
cotpi 62 - Efficient gossiping
On 20/09/2022 16:43, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > On Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 9:50:23 AM UTC
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cotpi 62 - Efficient gossiping
On 20/09/2022 16:43, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > On Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 9:50:23 AM UTC
Sep 20
cotpi
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henh...@gmail.com
4
Sep 19
cotpi 55 - Partitioning an integer and its double
On Sunday, September 18, 2022 at 2:09:16 PM UTC-7, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > On Thursday, June 28
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cotpi 55 - Partitioning an integer and its double
On Sunday, September 18, 2022 at 2:09:16 PM UTC-7, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > On Thursday, June 28
Sep 19
henh...@gmail.com
Sep 18
5 has three strict partitions: (5), (4,1), (3,2).
i'm wondering HOW this (strict partition) shows up in real life... ------ card game, like
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5 has three strict partitions: (5), (4,1), (3,2).
i'm wondering HOW this (strict partition) shows up in real life... ------ card game, like
Sep 18
henh...@gmail.com
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duncan smith
2
Sep 18
Caching (memoization) in (Gauche, Lisp, Scheme) and Python
On 18/09/2022 17:25, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > > So... for a few days i've been revising
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Caching (memoization) in (Gauche, Lisp, Scheme) and Python
On 18/09/2022 17:25, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > > So... for a few days i've been revising
Sep 18
henh...@gmail.com
Sep 18
Count-Trailing-Zeros(x) ----- Can I use Log(x) to see if X is equal to ( Integer * 10 ^ k) ???
--------- (in Python) is there a simple string function that counts the leftmost 0's ??? Count
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Count-Trailing-Zeros(x) ----- Can I use Log(x) to see if X is equal to ( Integer * 10 ^ k) ???
--------- (in Python) is there a simple string function that counts the leftmost 0's ??? Count
Sep 18
FBInCIAnNSATerroristSlayer
Sep 14
OMB DHS FUSION CENTERS, SECURITY INDUSTRY SPECIALISTS n GREYSTAR PROPERTY MGMT and "SAVE American FREEDOMS"
EVIL US Govt DHS FBI CIA NSA Psychopaths are SECRETLY CHIPPING millions of americans with DNA MIND
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OMB DHS FUSION CENTERS, SECURITY INDUSTRY SPECIALISTS n GREYSTAR PROPERTY MGMT and "SAVE American FREEDOMS"
EVIL US Govt DHS FBI CIA NSA Psychopaths are SECRETLY CHIPPING millions of americans with DNA MIND
Sep 14
henh...@gmail.com
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Jonathan Dushoff
5
Sep 12
integers (x,y) ---such that--- ( 1/x + 1/y ) = 1/22
More generally, if we can factor n = Product(p_i^a_i), then the number of decompositions is Product(
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integers (x,y) ---such that--- ( 1/x + 1/y ) = 1/22
More generally, if we can factor n = Product(p_i^a_i), then the number of decompositions is Product(
Sep 12
henh...@gmail.com
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Edward Murphy
9
Sep 12
A flashlight takes 2 (working) batteries.
On Sunday, September 11, 2022 at 6:09:08 PM UTC-7, Edward Murphy wrote: > On 9/5/2022 10:15 PM,
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A flashlight takes 2 (working) batteries.
On Sunday, September 11, 2022 at 6:09:08 PM UTC-7, Edward Murphy wrote: > On 9/5/2022 10:15 PM,
Sep 12
henh...@gmail.com
Sep 7
Apri is Latin for "cruel".
>>> "oct" means 8. >> Right. December used to be the tenth month. > -----
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Apri is Latin for "cruel".
>>> "oct" means 8. >> Right. December used to be the tenth month. > -----
Sep 7
Richard Tobin
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Richard Heathfield
6
Sep 5
Pedantle
On 05/09/2022 8:27 pm, Richard Tobin wrote: > In article <tf32ib$3aigb$1@dont-email.me>,
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Pedantle
On 05/09/2022 8:27 pm, Richard Tobin wrote: > In article <tf32ib$3aigb$1@dont-email.me>,
Sep 5
henh...@gmail.com
Sep 3
Fixed-point (invariant) digit(s) upon squaring, power-iterations for Base 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, . . .
(if you think it's easy (or utterly trivial) ... you should prob. wait a few days before ....)
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Fixed-point (invariant) digit(s) upon squaring, power-iterations for Base 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, . . .
(if you think it's easy (or utterly trivial) ... you should prob. wait a few days before ....)
Sep 3
henh...@gmail.com
Sep 1
Rebus from 1886 Yale Record magazine -- (if you think it's easy...)
(if you think it's easy (or utterly trivial) ...) (you should prob. wait a few days before ....)
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Rebus from 1886 Yale Record magazine -- (if you think it's easy...)
(if you think it's easy (or utterly trivial) ...) (you should prob. wait a few days before ....)
Sep 1
henh...@gmail.com
2
Aug 31
flashlight(2, b, w), --- flashlight(2, 8, 4)
where D = (b - w) flashlight(1, b, w) = D+1 > flashlight(2, Batteries, Working) > flashlight(
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flashlight(2, b, w), --- flashlight(2, 8, 4)
where D = (b - w) flashlight(1, b, w) = D+1 > flashlight(2, Batteries, Working) > flashlight(
Aug 31
henh...@gmail.com
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Jonathan Dushoff
8
Aug 29
( 1/x + 1/y ) where x,y are positive integers
On Monday, August 29, 2022 at 2:04:01 PM UTC-7, Jonathan Dushoff wrote: > For example, consider 7/
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( 1/x + 1/y ) where x,y are positive integers
On Monday, August 29, 2022 at 2:04:01 PM UTC-7, Jonathan Dushoff wrote: > For example, consider 7/
Aug 29
henh...@gmail.com
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Richard Heathfield
11
Aug 29
( 30 ^ 13 + 13 ^ 30 ) ---- Is this a prime number ?
On Saturday, August 27, 2022 at 4:50:07 PM UTC-7, Phil Carmody wrote: > "henh...@gmail.com
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( 30 ^ 13 + 13 ^ 30 ) ---- Is this a prime number ?
On Saturday, August 27, 2022 at 4:50:07 PM UTC-7, Phil Carmody wrote: > "henh...@gmail.com
Aug 29
henh...@gmail.com
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Phil Carmody
3
Aug 28
(ABBA primes) -- When is (a^b + b^a) a prime number ?
"henh...@gmail.com" <henhanna@gmail.com> writes: > (this list is not complete...
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(ABBA primes) -- When is (a^b + b^a) a prime number ?
"henh...@gmail.com" <henhanna@gmail.com> writes: > (this list is not complete...
Aug 28
henh...@gmail.com
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Richard Harnden
2
Aug 25
1, 3, 4, 9, 10, 12, 13, 27, 28, 30, 31, 36, 37, 39, 40, 81, ....... 120, 121, ____ What is the _Next Number_ in this sequence ?
On 25/08/2022 16:17, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > ------- pls (pls, Please... PLEASE ! ) wait a few
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1, 3, 4, 9, 10, 12, 13, 27, 28, 30, 31, 36, 37, 39, 40, 81, ....... 120, 121, ____ What is the _Next Number_ in this sequence ?
On 25/08/2022 16:17, henh...@gmail.com wrote: > ------- pls (pls, Please... PLEASE ! ) wait a few
Aug 25
Peter Kirby
, …
Mr Bruce
17
Aug 23
Four Fours = 33?
On Friday, August 14, 2020 at 4:38:31 AM UTC-7, Aaron Liang wrote: > On Sunday, October 13, 1996
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Four Fours = 33?
On Friday, August 14, 2020 at 4:38:31 AM UTC-7, Aaron Liang wrote: > On Sunday, October 13, 1996
Aug 23
henh...@gmail.com
Aug 22
(real-life Puzzles) -- NYC (classical) music culture in the 1920's. (Aeolian Hall)
I have a few questions about NYC music culture in the 1920's. For example, did many men in the
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(real-life Puzzles) -- NYC (classical) music culture in the 1920's. (Aeolian Hall)
I have a few questions about NYC music culture in the 1920's. For example, did many men in the
Aug 22
henh...@gmail.com
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Ilan Mayer
4
Aug 21
(4 animals) -- (set of 3 rebus 'es)
On Sunday, August 21, 2022 at 3:19:06 PM UTC-7, Ilan Mayer wrote: > On Sunday, August 21, 2022 at
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(4 animals) -- (set of 3 rebus 'es)
On Sunday, August 21, 2022 at 3:19:06 PM UTC-7, Ilan Mayer wrote: > On Sunday, August 21, 2022 at
Aug 21
henh...@gmail.com
Aug 19
1000.......0001 is nonPrime (or Composite) --- suggest how to prove this ?
1000.......0001 <--- i can thnk of some properties of this one (eg -- even (>2) digits , then
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1000.......0001 is nonPrime (or Composite) --- suggest how to prove this ?
1000.......0001 <--- i can thnk of some properties of this one (eg -- even (>2) digits , then
Aug 19
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