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    Hello

    I just wanted to ask whether the UPN and UCI number are the same, or in which ways are they different.

    2. I have my UCI number, but how can I get my UPN number?

    Sorry, I REALLY NEED to get hold of my UPN number, it is very important
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    Hello Shehz94, I chanced upon this thread and was (pleasantly) surprised when I saw you. I don't know anything about UCI or UPN, but have you made any progress in the LDEs?
    Perhaps you are not bothering with it, which I don't mind, but how about instead you do a different topic of maths such as combinatorics? Or other elementary number theory (divisibility, g.c.d.s, primes)? Or I can show you a pdf of inequalities that is really interesting. Or how about geometry? Geometry is really easy once you've got into the swing of it. You only need to know little, then use a little ingenuity to get the answer. :yes:
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    And note all of my suggestions are much more interesting, which was why I said I didn't mind if you abandoned the topic of LDEs completely.

    And without trying to scare you, they are more difficult because LDEs are simply like simultaneous equations anyway, but they don't always work. But this difficulty is good, it makes you think more and therefore the topic is paradoxically easier.
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    And don't worry if you are not interested in maths at all, I'm probably inadvertently pestering you and moreover I've unforgivably taken your thread out of context.
    If you are not interested, it's fine, I don't mind because it seems the vast majority of youth are not, which I don't understand. :confused:

    Anyway I can be interested enough about maths enough for us both
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    Hi there is a difference between the UCI and UPN number. I got both numbers from my sixth form office. Have you checked at the top of your exam certificates though?

    My UPN has 13 characters and begins with the letter P and the rest is numbers.

    My UCI number has 12 numbers in it
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    (Original post by Shehz94)
    Hello

    I just wanted to ask whether the UPN and UCI number are the same, or in which ways are they different.

    2. I have my UCI number, but how can I get my UPN number?

    Sorry, I REALLY NEED to get hold of my UPN number, it is very important

    I just posted but didn't quote you
 
 
 

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