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Okay, so some smart-alecks have been bragging about the easy problem. Here's a harder one.

(307438)x(450193473643)

And another(I know, simple):

IN: OUT:

38 190
43 215
88
40
120
90
n

Find the pattern, fill 'em in, and gimme the algebraic phrase for N.
Ha.

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dsman195276 (author)2008-10-13

here ya go:

@echo off
set /p udefine=
set /p variable2=
set /a variable1= %udefine%%variable2%
echo :in %udefine% out: %variable1%
pause
:loop
set /a udefine=%variable1%
set /a variable1= %udefine%%variable2%
echo in: %udefine% out: %variable1%
pause
goto loop

just type in your starting number, and press enter, then type in your amount you go up by(like *5-6 or -8+17, or in this case *5) and then press enter and it gives you a table of all of them. (exchanging the out for the in the next time), just press enter to see the next one. :-)

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DrWeird117 (author)dsman1952762008-10-13

Thanks, Dsman!

Leave it to you....

And now, next time I need to do something like this, I won't need to go crazy looking for a table setting!

And now I share w/ you how to write VERY VERY SMALL if you want.

Like this

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dsman195276 (author)DrWeird1172008-10-13

well, i don't see how telling me "like this" in small letters helps me... one problem is that the command prompt has it's limits. if the numbers get to high it resets to 0, and i get weird errors every once and a while were it repeats the same number( it might just have been that my entry ended up reverting back to it's self.)

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DrWeird117 (author)dsman1952762008-10-13

CRAP! okay here's the pattern:

*then your text*

Then the exact same pattern on the other side.

the more 's and ,'s you have, the smaller it gets.

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dsman195276 (author)DrWeird1172008-10-13

and it randomly changes to negative when the numbers get to big...

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DrWeird117 (author)dsman1952762008-10-13

I can go even smaller!

YEAH BUDDY!

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spiker (author)2008-10-11

1383893282 to the 473681 power if i did that right......

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DrWeird117 (author)spiker2008-10-12
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spiker (author)DrWeird1172008-10-12

really? cool. i dcided not to put the zeros, but what about the table?

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DrWeird117 (author)spiker2008-10-12

Yeah. It's right. Get away from me, you're scaring me.

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DrWeird117 (author)spiker2008-10-12
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spiker (author)DrWeird1172008-10-12

lol, it was a simple one, both of them. so got anymore? :D

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spiker (author)DrWeird1172008-10-13

you gonna post them here or PM them?

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DrWeird117 (author)spiker2008-10-13

Hang on, gotta think.

OK.

(7x375)/4(28)x48337

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spiker (author)DrWeird1172008-10-13

882000 to the 337 power i belive....going to double check if its wrong...

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DrWeird117 (author)spiker2008-10-13

I know, still simple. All I could think of in a rush.

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spiker (author)2008-10-11

IN: OUT:

38 190
43 215
88 440
40 200
120 600
90 450

n= %IN% x5 =%OUT%
i made it into a command line type out put, i make bat files and thats the best why i could work it out in my head :D

Batchers nite!!!!

I think this is right.....

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