Unstoppable...

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks
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Unstoppable...

Postby C » 16 Sep 2023, 11:39

1255262 views on Prog/Reap Corner so far

Who says the genre is dead....?




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Re: 1,047,812

Postby souphound » 16 Sep 2023, 13:50

Yes, well, the Genesis of the question made me Rush to the conclusion we were headed towards a math question.
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Re: 1,047,813

Postby C » 16 Sep 2023, 19:29

souphound wrote:Yes, well, the Genesis of the question made me Rush to the conclusion we were headed towards a math question.


:D

Okay, how do we know that 1,048,017 is a multiple of 3 without doing the division calculation....?



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Re: 1,048,017 (inc. math/maths question!)

Postby Charlie O. » 16 Sep 2023, 20:07

By adding the integers that make up the number, we get 21, which is divisible by 3 - therefore the larger number is.

Is that what you had in mind?
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Re: 1,048,017 (inc. math/maths question!)

Postby mudshark » 16 Sep 2023, 21:06

I think you're right, sir. Except: don't the integers add up to 24 (which is divisible by 3)?
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Re: 1,048,017 (inc. math/maths question!)

Postby Charlie O. » 16 Sep 2023, 21:30

I get 21.
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Re: 1,048,017 (inc. math/maths question!)

Postby C » 16 Sep 2023, 22:04

Charlie O. wrote:By adding the integers that make up the number, we get 21, which is divisible by 3 - therefore the larger number is.

Is that what you had in mind?


Exactly Chas



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Re: 1,048,017 (inc. math/maths question!)

Postby mudshark » 16 Sep 2023, 22:59

Yes, 21. I need a drink, perhaps.
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Re: 1,048,017 (inc. math/maths question!)

Postby souphound » 17 Sep 2023, 15:10

Yes. Now it all adds up!

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Re: 1,048,017 (inc. math/maths question!)

Postby C » 15 Oct 2023, 14:11

1,069,232

Over 21,000 views in less than four weeks.

Don't you wish you were a prog goon...?



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Re: Don't you wish you were a prog goon...?

Postby GoogaMooga » 15 Oct 2023, 14:43

What's the initiation rite, then?
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Re: Don't you wish you were a prog goon...?

Postby C » 15 Oct 2023, 16:21

GoogaMooga wrote:What's the initiation rite, then?


Name the lead vocalist in the band Indian Summer....






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Re: Don't you wish you were a prog goon...?

Postby GoogaMooga » 15 Oct 2023, 17:47

Ha ha, I haven't the faintest idea!
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Re: 1110101

Postby C » 29 Nov 2023, 18:57

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Binary....?




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Re: 1,047,813

Postby Limpin' Jez McKenzie » 29 Nov 2023, 21:03

C wrote:
souphound wrote:Yes, well, the Genesis of the question made me Rush to the conclusion we were headed towards a math question.


:D

Okay, how do we know that 1,048,017 is a multiple of 3 without doing the division calculation....?



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Re: 1110101

Postby Darkness_Fish » 30 Nov 2023, 12:08

C wrote:.
1110101

Binary....?




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Are you using the first digit as a digit, or as a positive/negative signifier?
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Re: Unstoppable...

Postby C » 16 Mar 2024, 11:15

1,255,262

oooof!




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Re: Unstoppable...

Postby C » 16 Mar 2024, 12:26

200 views in one hour and their still in bed on the other side of the pond!!



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Re: Unstoppable...

Postby C » 18 May 2024, 08:11

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1,367,326 views

Over 112,000 in two months

oooof!




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Re: Unstoppable...

Postby mudshark » 18 May 2024, 14:41

You're bragging like Trump.
Pointless.
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