2471Re: quick tangent
- Jan 1, 2003--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "double_nubbins
<ken_murkot@y...>" <ken_murkot@y...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, cmhardwme
> <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > Hey this doesn't really relate to the cube but I thought you guys
> > might get a kick out of this (particularly math people). I duped
> > little sister into posing for this picture, she'll probably kill
> > when she gets older :). Anyway here's the link,here
> > http://www.speedcubing.com/chris/images/jade-math.jpg
> > Chris
> > P.S. it's geeky humor but what the heck
> man, that's a good picture. you need to keep that one. i haven't
> laughed so hard in quite a while.
> also, i was amazed that it generated more responses on the board
> than just about anything else.said
> i am reminded of when my first child was born, the first thing i
> to him was, "never take the knight-pawn with your queen when youare
> behind in development"Yours is the first message of the New Year. May I be the second?
> i guess i am a geek at heart...
Several people, including myself, replied to this message. I replied
from outside the group, and my reply didn't get in. No matter, some
of the responses were pretty identical. What I did not see is
identiication of those rows as 11^n, for n=1 to n=5, and obsevation
that the little girl was poised complete the triangle for n=0.
Some people continued this triangle for n=6, 7, and 8. I verified
Are physicists considered geeks? :-)
Hana a kostky
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