• Started 1 year ago by SpyYoshiRv
• Latest reply from Night Fury

## Free Nod Contest. (46 posts)

1. SpyYoshiRv
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

Hello everyone, im back to the site.
ill do an Free Nod contest! you only need to choose a number between 1-30, but the 30 numbers need to be choosen to choose the winners.
Good Luck, and Good Games. (same as Tickman XD......)

2. tickman
Moderator
Posted: 1 year ago #

Can I pick Pi, or do you need an integer?

3. kiff13
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

13

4. American idol
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

21

5. hfgxg
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

7

6. makropulos
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

9

7. Night Fury
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

12

Hey, Did you mean that all 30 numbers have to be chosen before you announce the winner?

8. Night Fury
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

@Tickman, i think he needs an integer/real number/whole number/counting number. i hate math...

9. SpyYoshiRv
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

Correct, Night Fury.

Tickman, 3.14 is not one of the numbers XD....

10. tickman
Moderator
Posted: 1 year ago #

Ok then, 15.

11. a. stoner
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

The value of x if x is equal to the square of the third root of eight then added to the square root of x, and subtracting one.

12. Mano308gts
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

that being X=(third root of 8) squared + (square root of X) - 1. dang man, that's complicated stuff. upper level algebra is involved there, why must you be such a pain? :P (I'm only joking about it!) anyway, i'll take 19.

13. sven-the-man2
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

19

14. tigger10
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

3

15. tigger10
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

So if I am not mistaken, a. stoner is asking for 5.

16. chafawa
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

8?

17. 23melissa23
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

23 :P

18. Night Fury
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

Yup, a. Stoner is five.

19. a. stoner
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

I just tried working it out and I got 1 plus or minus the square root of thirteen all over 2.
Darn, that's why I didn't do so well in algebra.

Yeah, put me down as five.

20. Mano308gts
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

@sven2, you took 19, AFTER I took it. :P feel free to find another #!!!! ;)

21. Mano308gts
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

how do you get 5? I'm coming up to: x^2-x-9=0, which doesn't work out to 5 in my book. ?!?!? (in fact, I'm slightly less than certain what the answer REALLY is.)

22. tigger10
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

The third root of 8 is 2 (2x2x2), and 2^2 is 4, so x=4.
The square root of 4 is 2, and 4+2-1=5.

23. a. stoner
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

I'm not quite sure what it was supposed to be anymore.
Maybe I shouldn't have slept in Algebra class all the time. :P

24. Ashgabat
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

Actually for a. stoner's math question:

x=8^(2/3)+sqrt(x)-1
x=4+sqrt(x)-1
x=sqrt(x)+3
x-3=sqrt(x)
(x-3)^2=x
x^2-6x+9=x
x^2-7x+9=0
And, there are no integer solutions to the above.

I'll take 16.

25. SpyYoshiRv
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

12 of the numbers (3,5,7,8,9,12,13,15,16,19,21 and 23) have been taken.

26. SpyYoshiRv
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

btw, they give 5 or still 3 nods per week?

27. a. stoner
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

5 nods a month.

28. Mano308gts
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

thank you Ashgabat! ;)

29. SpyYoshiRv
Member
Posted: 1 year ago #

thanks stoner.
there will be 5 winners.

30. tickman
Moderator
Posted: 1 year ago #

Ashgabat's last equation:

x^2-7x+9=0

SOOOO:

x^2+ 7x=-9

And, there are no integer solutions to the above.