Oooooh, I totally understand that equation :D
If it's the largest integer, wouldn't n² just be portrayed as something that isn't an integer (as in its own thing and not defined by an int.)? and not just n²≤n?
But then that would mean n had two different meanings.
1 is now the largest integer. How can you disprove that if it is treated as the largest integer?
I found the answer on the... wait for it... Internet. But I'm just procrastinating so bye for now XD
Hm... Technically, @BuildASnowman, n couldn't be the largest possible integer, because there is no largest possible number. You said that yourself. So from that explanation, if n can't be the largest possible integer, then it can't lead to one being the largest possible integer.
Oh hey guys!! I just came to see what kinda math y'all are doing (◠‿◠✿)
looks at overly complicaTed posts
Ok sorry to intrude I'll leave you to your genius math now runs
I'm a sixth grader what am I doing here again
who thinks that they have a great imagination here?
You don't want to know the kind of daydreaming I do in math class. XD
My school is super behind in math
My mom went to a really bad public school in Korea and learned Algebra in fourth grade...iz dat normal?
@ChocolateFox I'm in fifth and I haven't learn algebra!
MEH NO A BIGGGGGGG PWOBLEM
ITZ 0 YEH BET U DIDNT NO DATBRUH
So yeh 1st graders are smart xD
Whatever I can't say anything Bc I am in 5th grade and don't know multiplication xD
I am OK at it.
Hi! Can I make a whole new topic for Sine and Cosine?(I'm asking everyone especially HFB for advice) It is related to this topik tho...
Why especially me xD
I am sure your allowed as long as you SBYP
Coz ur awesome at giving advices!