1) x = 4

2) 2/3 of 30 = 20 and 20(2) = 40

Noicelletni has 40 cookies. Woah. XD

3) Sorry I have no idea. XD

4) ^^ (I gave up after 10 minutes)

See? Not smart. ;o;

I was procrastinating by eating apple slices and watching the olympics.

1) x = 4

2) 2/3 of 30 = 20 and 20(2) = 40

Noicelletni has 40 cookies. Woah. XD

3) Sorry I have no idea. XD

4) ^^ (I gave up after 10 minutes)

See? Not smart. ;o;

I was procrastinating by eating apple slices and watching the olympics.

Hi :D

1) yeah! :D

2) hm, i think you might have interpreted the problem wrong. My fault actually, I should've made it clearer XD

Noicelletni should have 90 cookies! :D

30 = 2/3 of Inty's cookies, so Inty would have 45 :D

Then doubled is **90**

Does that makes sense...? :D

3) sorry! This was a bad problem on my end!

4) ^^^^^^^

I think these were a bit hard, like maybe even what I might be solving in class XD D:

My bad! I should've given better problems, these ones you'd have to know exactly how to solve them using equations and stuff :D

You're super smart!!! :D

I keep forgetting you're two years younger than me XD :D

Sorry Inty! Those were bad problems :00000

1)

2) Oh! XD I read that too fast. Yeah, it makes sense. :D

It's okay!! A lot of people forget. XD It's not your fault.

And, thanks!

Reviving because omg

I might be actually getting published

Like in a legit journal

I discovered a cool thing

And other people think its cool too

Yeah?

It certainly can't be as cool as me discovering that tomorrow is actually Thursday, not Friday.

BAS, guess what? I discovered that when you add 2 numbers, you get more numbers.

Mind blown.

Right. I was so excited for Friday, but then I had to wait because Thursday cut in line.

I have two math tests and 52645642 math homework things due on Friday so I'm pretty glad it isn't.

Not true

Here's a proof that 1 is the largest number

Let n be the largest positive integer. Since nā„1, multiplying both sides by n implies that n^{2}ā„n. But since n is the biggest positive integer, it is also true that n^{2}ā¤n. It follows that n^{2}=n. Dividing both sides by n implies that n=1.

Here's a hard math question:

Yesterday, I checked my bank account and realized that it was empty. Today I checked it again to find it empty. What am I?

Yea, but by proving 1 is the biggest number I proved no numbers bigger than 1 are actually numbers, including 9.