# Math Created 12 years ago2007-06-13 10:00:07 UTC by espen180

Created 12 years ago2007-06-13 10:00:07 UTC by

Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 10:00:07 UTC Post #225083
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0x1=1
0x2=2

Therefore:

0x1=0x2

Dividing by zero gives:

0/0x1=0/0x2

Simplified:

1=2
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 10:32:13 UTC Post #225085
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 10:40:21 UTC Post #225086
0x1 = 1???????? Ermmm.... No

0x2 = 2???????? Ermmm.... Also No
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 11:23:17 UTC Post #225089
lol fail
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 11:26:18 UTC Post #225092
EPIC FAIL!!!
UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 11:29:15 UTC Post #225093
Espen, what crack are you on? Poor guy mustn't have passed second grade... (or at least that's when I learned basic multiplication)
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 11:46:42 UTC Post #225095
... What?

0 multiplied by anything is 0.
ArchieGoodbye Moonmen
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:16:40 UTC Post #225097
Several years ago I discovered that there is a relation between the number 6 and multiplication with any number. This is a great help to anybody who doesn't have a calculator, or cannot multiply at all.
If you multiply a number by 6, and seperate the digits of your answer into columns, ones and tens, the digit in the tens column will be half of the digit in the ones column.
e.g, 6 x 8 = 48
``````|tens|ones|
| 4   |  8   |``````
6 x 6 = 36 | 3 | 6 |
6 x 4 = 24 | 2 | 4 |

(sorry for the terrible diagrams)

So to get the answer of 6 multiplied by X, halve X and stick your answer in front of X.

It gets more complicated for odd numbers and multiple digit numbers.
For odd numbers, you will get X.5. Stick the 5 in the ones column, and then add it to your original number.
e.g.,6 x 3 = 18
``````|tens|ones|
|1.5  | 3   |
|  1  |  8   |``````
6 x 9 = 54 | 4.5 | 9 |
``````|  4  |  14  |
|  5  |  4   |``````
(If you get a two digit number in the ones column, move the first digit to the tens column and add it to whatever number that you've got there already)

For multi-digit numbers, you will get two digits in the ones column. Move the first digit to the tens column and add it to the number that you have there already.
e.g.,6 x 10 = 60
``````|tens|ones|
| 5   | 10  |
| 6   |  0  |``````
6 x 30 = 180 |hundreds|tens|ones|
``````|    0      | 15 |  30 |
|    1      |  5  |  30 |
|    1      |  8  |   0  |``````
It's complicated, I know.
I was seven when I figured this out.
TJBaka Alabastor_Twob
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:29:04 UTC Post #225098
0x1=1
0x2=2
Stupidest shit I ever saw. And I thought Swedish maths ed. was bad.

And Caboose's post:
0.999 x 10 isn't 9.999, it's 9.99.
So 10c - 0.999 = 0.891. Fail, seriously, why must you ALL FAIL?

Here's maths for you.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:34:00 UTC Post #225099
...and I thought the American educational system was bad.

3.1415926535897932384626433832795 ...

Argh! I forgot the rest.
satchmoWhat you can do today should have been done yesterday.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:41:12 UTC Post #225100
Ok.. you all fail at writing Math in forums.
0x1=1
0x2=2
I'm confused by this...I'm sure you meant "zero To the power of one". and "zero to the power of two" ???? Maybe not? 0? ???
Either way what you do next is stupid (divide by zero? go away.)

@TJB:

Please use either images, or the [PRE] Tags.
``text``
: makes text "fixed-width", or "monospace".
0.999 x 10 isn't 9.999, it's 9.99.
That IS true, BUT: in the original post it's 0.999... x 10 meaning that it's .9999 recurring, ie: the .999999999999999999 continues on ad infinitum.
That ... really should be a single superscript dot in proper notation i think.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:42:30 UTC Post #225101
Espen just leave. Never come back.
LukeLuke
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:42:33 UTC Post #225102
Oh right, didn't think of that. In any case, this 0.999... = 1 debate is stupid.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:45:57 UTC Post #225104
Yeah.. and also: i think someone should make "Division by zero" a bannable offence on the forums.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:47:34 UTC Post #225105
LOL!
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:49:21 UTC Post #225106
``````&lt;Caboobs&gt; 0x1 technically means 1 hex.
&lt;Caboobs&gt; In which case 0x1 = 1 is correct.``````
OH SHI-
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:50:13 UTC Post #225107
ITT epic fail poast moar
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 12:51:54 UTC Post #225109
Yes.. if it's hex it's right. But the devide by zero bit is still wrong.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 13:00:30 UTC Post #225110
I think he meant:
``````0 * 1 = 0
0 * 2 = 0

0 * 1 = 0 * 2

Divide each side by zero (!?!?!?!?)...

1 = 2``````
Which I'd say is right.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 13:05:43 UTC Post #225111
Still, DIVIDING BY ZERO Cannot be done. Reason it out. How can you divide something into no parts? nothingness??
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 13:07:05 UTC Post #225112
0x1=1
0x2=2
Spelling error. There you have it. It was supposed to be
0x1=0
0x2=0
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 13:07:10 UTC Post #225113
You delete it.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 13:08:57 UTC Post #225115
(x * y) / x always equals y. It doesn't matter what x or y may be.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 13:31:00 UTC Post #225118
Caboose, how'd you do that typewriter thing?
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 13:37:31 UTC Post #225121
Using forum commands, silly.
Meh, you're just gonna ask "WHICH OEN SI TI??+11"; it's [pre].
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 13:59:31 UTC Post #225122
lol. Math...
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 14:08:35 UTC Post #225123
1 + &#8734; = &#8734;
&#8734; = &#8734;
1 = &#8734;

Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 14:14:42 UTC Post #225124
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 14:15:11 UTC Post #225125
That doesn't make any sense, splint.

Nothing in your equations shows 1 being infinity.
LukeLuke
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 14:42:39 UTC Post #225128
1 + &#8734; = &#8734;
&#8734; = &#8734;
1 = &#8734;
What do you base this on?

Formula which will in theory equal infinity:

lim y&gt;0+ x/y = +&#8734;
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 14:44:58 UTC Post #225129
Arcan summarised what I've seen so far quite neatly :).
Seventh-MonkeyPretty nifty
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 14:48:56 UTC Post #225131
[quote]Caboose said:
``````
0 * 1 = 0
0 * 2 = 0

0 * 1 = 0 * 2

Divide each side by zero (!?!?!?!?)...

1 = 2[/pre][/quote]

You divide by zero to eliminate the [pre]0 * x``````
So it actually goes like this:
``````0 * 1 = 0
0 * 2 = 0

Therefore:

0 * 1 = 0 * 2

Divide by zero: (to remove the "0 * x")

0 / 0 * 1 = 0 / 0 * 2

1 = 2``````
There. I finally got it right.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 15:08:47 UTC Post #225132
You still can't divide by zero.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 15:27:33 UTC Post #225136
Then please explain how you can.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 15:36:14 UTC Post #225138
``1 * 1 = Shit ``
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 15:39:35 UTC Post #225139
OMG THAT WAS HILARIOUS

SERIOUSLY, I'M IN TEARS
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 15:59:36 UTC Post #225143
1 + &#8734; = &#8734;
&#8734; = &#8734;
1 = &#8734;
uuh..?

1 + &#8734; = &#8734;
&#8734; = &#8734;
&#8734; - 1 = &#8734;
not
1 = &#8734;

I think I lost some serious amount of IQ while reading espen's posts
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 16:00:22 UTC Post #225144
Then please explain how you can.
Wtf did ZL just say you CAN'T do? It's mathematically impossible.
LukeLuke
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 16:54:49 UTC Post #225148
That doesn't make any sense, splint.
Are you joking? You never realized I was kidding?

Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 17:00:34 UTC Post #225149
If espen was being serious with his retarded-ness then I figured you were, too.
LukeLuke
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 17:35:00 UTC Post #225152
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 17:39:52 UTC Post #225153
If espen was being serious with his retarded-ness
That first one was simply a typo!
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 18:08:01 UTC Post #225156
You're still trying to divide by zero.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 18:16:59 UTC Post #225157
So what?! Why is it so impossible to divide by zero?!
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 18:17:24 UTC Post #225158
lol, math.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 18:26:29 UTC Post #225159
Zero isn't anything. Zero = nothing.

Dividing by zero is like seeing how much of nothing is in a number. It's not at all.
LukeLuke
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 18:55:05 UTC Post #225160
Oh FFS.... Espen, PLEASE, try and understand!

0 x 1 = 0

0 x 2 = 0

You ok so far.... not going too fast?

(0 x 1) = (0 x 2)

Ill let you have that one, as you're stating 0 = 0, which is correct

So, it 0 = 0 then you are attempting

0/0 = 0/0 ........which means both sides equal zero.

0 = 0 .........OMG, COOL MATH!!!
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 18:58:01 UTC Post #225161
"I divided by zero, 3 days later I was diagnosed with AIDS and cancer. Please, don't divide by zero."
m0pIllogical.
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 19:37:24 UTC Post #225164
YOU CANT DIVIDE ZERO BY ZERO. try it on a calculator. it'll spit out an error.

lets do this:
``````0 * 1 = 0
0 * 2 = 0``````
Therefore:
``````0 * 1 = 0 * 2

0 / 0 * 1 = 0 / 0 * 2

NaN * 1 = NaN * 2``````
There has been a break in Operation - Reason: Cannot multiply an integer by a null value.
PenguinboyHaha, I died again!
Posted 12 years ago2007-06-13 19:58:49 UTC Post #225166
n / 0 = infinity. Thats why.

So:

1 / 0 = infinity

2 / 0 = infinity

( 1 / 0 ) = ( 2 / 0 ) True.

Windows Calculator spits out a "Undefined Result" here's why.

Think in terms of graphing. You can have a slope of 0/1 which is a horizontal line. However, when you have a slope of 1/0 it is properly called an undefined slope. A perfectly vertical line doesn't have any slope. The line's rise is infinity and its run is still 0.

Calculators can't do infinity.
RimrookGoldsource Guru
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