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by Princeton
22-08-2005 04:28
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level Thêta
Replies: 131
Views: 148165

Got to the second part easy enough... the answer I swore was right didn't work! Shame on you David... it was a perfect answer, too.
by Princeton
22-08-2005 04:06
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level Thêta
Replies: 131
Views: 148165

*blinks*
by Princeton
22-08-2005 04:02
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level Êta
Replies: 99
Views: 116617

Ahhh that was creative. Cool riddle.
by Princeton
22-08-2005 03:43
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level Êta
Replies: 99
Views: 116617

Hmmm the obvious things don't work. Noticed something more but I doubt it has any relevance.
by Princeton
20-08-2005 21:34
Forum: Notpron
Topic: Poll Hardest level to pass
Replies: 245
Views: 232946

I actually found -34 to be quite easy... maybe it was just luck.

Level Beta I think is the hardest.
by Princeton
20-08-2005 19:34
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level Beta
Replies: 239
Views: 242589

So stuck :/
by Princeton
20-08-2005 18:56
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level MINUS 44
Replies: 80
Views: 76304

I actually got this one very quickly!
by Princeton
20-08-2005 03:54
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level MINUS 42
Replies: 79
Views: 70388

I must be getting dumber as these riddles are getting easier in nature
by Princeton
19-08-2005 22:39
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level 1
Replies: 73916
Views: 3377988

I'm scared. *shivers*
by Princeton
19-08-2005 22:37
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level 1
Replies: 73916
Views: 3377988

Holy fsck 1440+ pages?!?!
by Princeton
19-08-2005 22:26
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level MINUS 41
Replies: 106
Views: 99153

Nicky it can go either way. It all just has to be done in a modular fashion according to order of operations. If you were to append further functions to your current operation you'd find that encapsulating the 5 with the exponent within the parenthesis would be a bit limiting when you get into the m...
by Princeton
19-08-2005 22:10
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level MINUS 41
Replies: 106
Views: 99153

Ok math noobs: -5^2 = -25 (-5)^2 = 25 With exponents they are applied first to the combining term, any any extra term-modifiers such as a negative-sign is done second. In the first one, the attached unit is 5, but in the second one, it's showing that it's negative 5 being attached. Eh that made no s...
by Princeton
18-08-2005 18:06
Forum: Levels
Topic: Level MINUS 33
Replies: 227
Views: 264664

Well sometimes I have all the available data but am unable to combine them in a logical manner that would lead to a workable solution.