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Tralix wrote:Solve Zeno's paradox about firing an arrow and never being able to hit a moving target by any means necessary and show that it is in fact not a paradox. You may use any form of maths as long as it is logical and constrained by current set, number theories.
Clue: you don't need calculus, in fact all you need is periodicity over time, but it might be easier if you use it.
captaincrunk wrote:Tralix wrote:Solve Zeno's paradox about firing an arrow and never being able to hit a moving target by any means necessary and show that it is in fact not a paradox. You may use any form of maths as long as it is logical and constrained by current set, number theories.
Clue: you don't need calculus, in fact all you need is periodicity over time, but it might be easier if you use it.
was it 7?
Tralix wrote:I think I broke this thread. Ok since no one wants to answer the question post another one.
Magsj wrote:Tralix wrote:I think I broke this thread. Ok since no one wants to answer the question post another one.
I fear the reason is.. is that you are on many a foe list and therefore they cannot see the question in order to answer it - it's a shame because you have good content..
Abstract wrote:I'll have to think on your problem Tralix...
Here is another problem:
What is the next number in this series?
2,3,8,1,5,11,4,9,5,7,2,8,5,7,4,8,1,?
Abstract wrote:nope
captaincrunk wrote:the next numbers are 5, 6 , and 243. based on tralix's "everyone is right if you look hard enough" fallacy
Tralix wrote:Are the odd numbers palindromes of each other and the even likewise. If so the answer is pretty obvious, if not I shall think on? is the whole thing a palindrome?
Abstract wrote:Tralix wrote:Are the odd numbers palindromes of each other and the even likewise. If so the answer is pretty obvious, if not I shall think on? is the whole thing a palindrome?
no... i can give you a hint if you want...
Abstract wrote:The answer to tralix's AE problem is:
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