Let's count to infinity!

Re: Let's count to infinity!

lets see...
16+1 = X
16 = X-1
256 = x² -2x +1
0 = x²-2x - 255 --> x = -15

FUUUUUUUUUUUUU-
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$\frac{4^4}{4*4}$
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

WhoDatMath wrote:$\frac{4^4}{4*4}$

that's 16... what you should have posted was 18, well I'll continue

4! - 4 - 4/4
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

Sorry, I skimmed the last post with the "proof"...

$\int_{\sqrt{4}}^{4} \! 4x \, \mathrm{d}x \, - \, 4$
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$4!-4+\frac{4}{4}$

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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$4! - \frac{(4+4)}{4}$
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$4!-\sqrt{4}+\frac{4}{4}$

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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$48\frac{sin(\pi/3)}{\sqrt 3}$
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$11001_2$
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$350^{3141}-27\lfloor\frac{350^{3141}}{27}\rfloor$

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Re: Let's count to infinity!

DeathRowKitty wrote:$350^{3141}-27\lfloor\frac{350^{3141}}{27}\rfloor$

For anyone who doesn't recognize it: linkz

Still don't understand how that makes 26. This needs its own thread.

Also, I'm feeling lazy.

$3^{3}$
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

@WhoDatMath

The expression $a-n\lfloor\frac{a}{n}\rfloor$ gives the remainder upon dividing a by n. From there, once you see that $350\equiv-1$ (mod 27), seeing the expression evaluates to 26 becomes fairly simple.

$4!\cdot\frac{4}{4}+4$

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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$4+\dfrac{4}{4}+4!$

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Re: Let's count to infinity!

@DeathRowKitty...got it.

$\mathrm{III}$\frac{\mathrm{C}}{\mathrm{X}}$$
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

P(P(P(P(P(1)))))

where P(n) denotes the nth prime number.
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$\lim_{x\to 4}$\frac{x^3\,+\,6x^2\,-\,32x\,-\,32}{x^2\,-\,6x\,+\,8}$$
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

lim
x->4
x/x + x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x+x/x+ x/x + x/x + integral 4 to 4 of 4x

I think I have broken the four 4's game
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

$3^2+5^2$
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

0x23

Edit: fix'd :/
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Re: Let's count to infinity!

@E_net4
We were up to 35, not 34 :s

$\int_0^136dx$

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