|Jun19-12, 07:12 PM||#290|
Math Q&A Game
More seriously, I can see "one" being a valid value for "a few," although this is certainly not its most common usage. It would sort of be analogous to the way "some" is used to mean "at least one" in formal logic.
|Sep11-12, 06:55 AM||#291|
Ooh, can we bring this back? We did a math trivia type game in math club and I have a few good ones, ranging from basic high school algebra, through analysis and some historical trivia.
|Jan2-13, 11:09 AM||#292|
Let me see if I can do ...
Once we have figured out that 100! has 2^97 * 3^48 in it. Factorise 12^19.
It's (2*3*2)^49 = 2^98*3^49. So the number is 2*3 = 6....
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