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[2014-10-22. : 3:10 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- 70 magic box, get rekt. The secret to winning is help Dem0n[2014-10-22. : 3:10 am] Dem0n -- If you're proving something and you have p & q & F, can you just get rid of the F to have p & q?[2014-10-22. : 3:08 am] trgk -- Mini Moose 2707Mini Moose 2707 shouted: Ok, socratic method, bro, get ready @Like[2014-10-22. : 3:00 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- That's probably more concise. Depends where you want to do the heavy lifting of the proof.[2014-10-22. : 3:00 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- n * (n+1) * (n+2). If n is even, then for some integer k you can write the original expression as (2k)(2k+1)(2k+2), obvious factor of 2 up front. If n is odd, then express it as (2k+1)(2k+2)(2k+3), factor a 2 from the middle term and put it up front.[2014-10-22. : 2:55 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- More difficult one? odd * odd = (2n + 1)(2m + 1) = 4nm + 2(m+n) + 1, 4nm and 2(m+n) are even, therefore their sum is even, therefore 4nm + 2(m+n) + 1 is odd[2014-10-22. : 2:53 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- odd * even = (2n + 1) * 2m = 2 * [(2x + 1) * m], clearly divisible by 2[2014-10-22. : 2:51 am] Dem0n -- The thing is, I'm not sure if we're allowed to use those rules to justify it[2014-10-22. : 2:51 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- odd * even * odd = odd or even? even * odd * even = odd or even?[2014-10-22. : 2:51 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- So if your first integer is odd, you're multiplying odd * even * odd, if it's even, even * odd * even[2014-10-22. : 2:48 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- Answer these three: odd times odd = odd or even? odd times even = odd or even? even times even = odd or even?[2014-10-22. : 2:47 am] Dem0n -- I have n, n+1, and n+2, each being equivalent to 2k, 2k+1, and 2k+2, respectively, but then I don't know what tod o[2014-10-22. : 2:47 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- Dem0nDem0n shouted: how do you prove that the product of three consecutive integers is even? Delete facebook, lawyer up, hit the gym[2014-10-22. : 2:46 am] Dem0n -- how do you prove that the product of three consecutive integers is even? [2014-10-22. : 1:53 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- You could also steal existing Python database capabilities, unless you're doing it to practice making one[2014-10-22. : 1:51 am] poiuy_qwert -- it really depends what you are storing and doing with that stored data, but that is a valid thing to do in python[2014-10-22. : 1:23 am] sigsaucy -- then concatonate the entries with Database = [a,b] where a,b are entries[2014-10-22. : 12:17 am] LoveLess -- Great example of their range, obvious inspirations from A Perfect Circle, Hard Rock bands like Godsmack and Corey Taylor's own Stoned Sour, plus they mixed the feel of Iowa and the Subliminal Verses[2014-10-22. : 12:06 am] Mini Moose 2707 -- jjf28jjf28 shouted: such that i can't fix nor find who to report for this: http://www.staredit.net/starcraft/Main_Page What's wrong, don't like W R Case Knives?[2014-10-21. : 11:56 pm] jjf28 -- such that i can't fix nor find who to report for this: http://www.staredit.net/starcraft/Main_Page[2014-10-21. : 10:47 pm] O)FaRTy1billion[MM] -- jjf28jjf28 shouted: you can even leave out the names entirely in the prototype, though I would recommend having them exactly the same Yeah, not having them is weird[2014-10-21. : 8:27 pm] Roy -- Well sure, it's memory in that the program is loaded into memory. It's not managed memory, I guess is what I was getting at.[2014-10-21. : 8:24 pm] poiuy_qwert -- RoyRoy shouted: Function code isn't memory. I assume he just meant local variables. It is in memory, just in the code segment which is a different area in memory and read only by default[2014-10-21. : 8:13 pm] jjf28 -- you can even leave out the names entirely in the prototype, though I would recommend having them exactly the same |

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