# Favourite numberWatch

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15 years ago
#21
(Original post by Sire)
It is a fantastic number. a) it looks cool b) it sounds good, almost sevenly I mean heavenly c)the best years of my life have been multiples of 7 eg: 7,14,17,21 I can't wait for when I'm 27 and 28. Two good years back to back if history is anything to go by
17 and 27 are not multiples of 7
the 7 x table goes like this:
7 14 21 28 35..................
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15 years ago
#22
my favorite number is 3. and my favorite number to have when playing a sport is number 23.
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15 years ago
#23
(Original post by Magic101)
my favorite number is 3. and my favorite number to have when playing a sport is number 23.

23 is my lucky number
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15 years ago
#24
(Original post by Saf!)
17 and 27 are not multiples of 7
the 7 x table goes like this:
7 14 21 28 35..................
Ok so I forgot to say 'or had 7 in them'
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15 years ago
#25
4
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15 years ago
#26
1 + e^(pi*i)

John
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15 years ago
#27
(Original post by Linda)
err, e IS a number, so there... And right now it is my favourite number (the one number giving me the least trouble in further calculus anyways).
Because what's great about e~=2.7183 is that if you raise it to a power and differential or integrate it it doesnt change.

Magic.
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15 years ago
#28
1/(1+e^(i*pi))
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15 years ago
#29
(Original post by Michael Beaver)
Because what's great about e~=2.7183 is that if you raise it to a power and differential or integrate it it doesnt change.

Magic.
it does. if you differentiate it you get 0. if you integrate it you get that number times the w.r.t variable plus a constant.
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15 years ago
#30
(Original post by elpaw)
1/(1+e^(i*pi))
Error 412: Divsion by zero.

Undefined

John
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15 years ago
#31
(Original post by Max Plank)
Error 412: Divsion by zero.

Undefined

John
therefore my favourite number is undefined
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15 years ago
#32
(Original post by elpaw)
therefore my favourite number is undefined
One would have to question whether or not you favorite number is actually a number or (more likely) a concept.

John
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15 years ago
#33
I can't believe there's another thread like this
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15 years ago
#34
(Original post by Max Plank)
One would have to question whether or not you favorite number is actually a number or (more likely) a concept.

John
stop questioning my number. it doesn't like being interrogated.
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15 years ago
#35
(Original post by elpaw)
it does. if you differentiate it you get 0. if you integrate it you get that number times the w.r.t variable plus a constant.
I meant if you differentiate or integrate it with respect to the power you have raised it to. Thats what e is.
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15 years ago
#36
(Original post by elpaw)
it does. if you differentiate it you get 0. if you integrate it you get that number times the w.r.t variable plus a constant.
Stop being a d*ck
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14 years ago
#37
(Original post by sassy_j)
i think thats a silly thing to ask, fave numbers. How can people have a fave number?

x x x
hey i like waht u sead gilr good thingking
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14 years ago
#38
(Original post by kita)
sorry to disappoint u and all that....but e is a letter, not a number...
dont u have anthing better to do stead of asking people for they best number get a life
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14 years ago
#39
16
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14 years ago
#40
(Original post by kita)
What everyones fave number then huh?
mine is 3, and i like 7 and 9 aswell lol

mine is 9
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