Math on Paper Compared to iPad (Addition, subtraction, algebra, etc.)

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#1458

Um I'm sure our numbers are bigger.


#1459

Nuuuuuu
R.I.P Likes
;-;
Now I can't stalk like this topic for 19 hours. ;-;


#1460

U surrender?


#1461

No way. 1.674204278266487455455693889857171302785737567236723 × 10^613


#1462

Btw, I'm gonna win XD


#1463
ive already won with 12.7

#1464

oh

well folks that's game


#1465

OMG my calculator broke. I surrender.(What calculator did you use?).


#1466

3.87474317E1499 Is bigger than your number.


#1467

Infinity. It is way bigger.


#1468

Based on the work of Achim Flammenkamp and Ramanujan I developed a way to generate them very quickly, used modular congruence classes to reduce the numbers to manageable terms for Mathematica and then reconstructed them into scientific notation. Basically, I have no limit to how far I can go.

5.441494234917143355362204574340699581402144052495014 × 10^1627

See this paper for more on how I did it:
https://arxiv.org/pdf/1211.6944v4.pdf


#1469

Okay, I give up. Your too smart. My mind exploded, literally. Killing me. Bye.


#1470

I basically use 720720^X. X being a power of 2.


#1471

I don't think that will ever be a highly composite number other than X=1


#1472

doesn't understand a thing in this topic
still watches it
I don't understand myself
but personally I think 12.7 is a gr8 number
k bai smart people


#1473

same

i can barely solve 9 + 10 lol


#1474

i see what u did there you little meme


#1475

le best number is -sqrt(1.27)
k bai lol


#1476

I don't understand anything in this topic... ;-;
I'm just reading these posts like:
:worried:

1+1=11
9+10=21
Am I right?

k lol bai


#1477

I remember dis topic. :cry: