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To put a philosophical spin on things, we're all students throughout life. You're never going to be too old for TSR until you decide to stop learning. And at that point you might as well be dead.
2. 22 going on 80
3. Just turned 16 (Two days ago - 11 July). Made this account when I was 12 or 13 and I only really started to use it (hard core) in the past few months (before GCSEs started).
4. (Original post by h333)
The fact you was bothered to use up your time to make that post....shows your age ...your defo over 20....
lol no, im not over 20. The answer is my real age.
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6. 14
7. 21
8. Im 18!
9. I'll be 56 years above the value of the odd value of x in the equation: 7.86x10^2x^2 -1.0216x10^4x + 3.0312x10^4

...in the year 2061.
For 6 reps Show your working.
10. I'm 15. Joined less than a month ago. I turn 16 in November. Anyone younger than me?
11. (Original post by AsapRocky)
Really? I thought I was the oldest active TSRian but I an pleased to hear I am not tbh. I haven't been a student in 5 years I just come here to chat sh*t when bored.

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12. 19
13. (Original post by mercuryman)
I'll be 56 years above the value of the odd value of x in the equation: 7.86x10^2x^2 -1.0216x10^4x + 3.0312x10^4

...in the year 2061.
For 6 reps Show your working.
Ngl, thats quite a tricky Q tbh.
14. (Original post by Galaxie501)
1+1+1-1+6+7+6-89+5-3+9+3-443-12+43-6+1337+3-7-1535+64-543+342-3+6+36+911-420+1637-1337
my calculator says 6? Yet Excel argues it's 19. I think 6 may be nearer.
15. (Original post by Galaxie501)
lol no, im not over 20. The answer is my real age.
Hmm i did quick calculation got 19...hopefully right..coz I got 25 then 19 . well, well you are still old like me, welcome!!
16. 1+1+1-1+6+7+6-89+5-3+9+3-443-12+43-6+1337+3-7-1535+64-543+342-3+6+36+911-420+1637-1337-3
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18. 17...
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19. About fourteen billion years old, I doubt if my energy has come from nothing.
20. (Original post by Acsel)
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To put a philosophical spin on things, we're all students throughout life. You're never going to be too old for TSR until you decide to stop learning. And at that point you might as well be dead.
That is not a philosophical spin as it is demonstrable, and we all (should) know that anything demonstrable is science.

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