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- Homework Statement
- If 1=5, 2=25, 3=125,4=1880, 5=?
- Relevant Equations
- I dont know.
I do not know how to do that.
According to this site rules, we need you to show some effort in order to offer any guidance.Lay1 said:Homework Statement: If 1=5, 2=25, 3=125,4=1880, 5=?
Relevant Equations: I dont know.
I do not know how to do that.
It is nothing serious. I have tried multiple methods. But I do not know how to work out the problem. It was asked in the math class by the teacher for fun. However, I still cannot crack it. Thats why I am wondering anyone here will be able to solve it. Thus, I did not put up my attempts.Lnewqban said:According to this site rules, we need you to show some effort in order to offer any guidance.
Thank you. I will use the hidden gem you have given me. Thank you!Lnewqban said:I would recommend you to start by doing a x versus y graph, in which x represents the first number and y represents the second number (or the other way around).
After that, a pattern would be evident to you.
Reconsidering my advice; a graph will result in too small resolution to arrive to any conclusions.Lay1 said:Thank you. I will use the hidden gem you have given me. Thank you!
Same here, so I have closed this thread. Despite the thread title, ##1 \ne 5, 2 \ne 25, 3 \ne 125,## and so on.FactChecker said:I have very little patience for these types of puzzles. ##5^1=5 \checkmark, 5^2=25 \checkmark, 5^3=125 \checkmark, 5^4=625 \ne 1880##. That's where I stop.