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1. Why do we only have 3 active ''leaders''?
2. (Original post by natty_d)
Why do we only have 3 active ''leaders''?
Your musical compatibility with natty_d is VERY HIGH
3. (Original post by natty_d)
Why do we only have 3 active ''leaders''?
I suppose RoadWarrior and led aren't particularly active

Then again, we've never really had a situation where there hasn't been a leader around when one is "needed".

To be fair, the leaders are only needed to add or remove members from the Soc (and I suppose, make more leaders), and these aren't exactly pressing matters.
4. if i dont get into Birmingham ill, ill ..........

5. PS writing
6. (Original post by GHOSH-5)
PS writing
7. I'm a lazy mare. I'm a lazy mare.
8. (Original post by Kuriso)

I hate posts made of ditto or this

You only just got round to doing this

and yes as having to mod in there would have been ever harder

9. at least the thread's in chat now

internet shopping
10. (Original post by clad in armour)
if i dont get into Birmingham ill, ill ..........

Are you applying for medicine?
11. (Original post by bob9001)
Are you applying for medicine?
12. Stuck on maths, but I think it might be out of my league, but I thought the idea itself was quite interesting, so I'm sharing it with you. I was thinking back years ago, when we were quite young, and learning multiplication (times) tables. My seemingly simple question is: given a standard n by n multiplication table, how many different numbers are in it? I've made no progress on the sequence itself (starting 1, 3, 6, 9, 14, 18).

I considered the following question: Let us define the set . Can we find a general expression for the cardinality of the set , where

but there doesn't seem an easy way to find that, and I can't see a nice number theory route coming without it becoming too general for me to cope with it.

Meh.
13. (Original post by clad in armour)

14. (Original post by clad in armour)
ahh same
good luck

what are your other choices other than Birmingham?
15. (Original post by GHOSH-5)
Stuck on maths, but I think it might be out of my league, but I thought the idea itself was quite interesting, so I'm sharing it with you. I was thinking back years ago, when we were quite young, and learning multiplication (times) tables. My seemingly simple question is: given a standard n by n multiplication table, how many different numbers are in it? I've made no progress on the sequence itself (starting 1, 3, 6, 9, 14, 18).

I considered the following question: Let us define the set . Can we find a general expression for the cardinality of the set , where

but there doesn't seem an easy way to find that, and I can't see a nice number theory route coming without it becoming too general for me to cope with it.

Meh.

Take it to the (other) pros

16. I'm not looking for help at all But I thought it was an interesting question of a very simple idea.
17. You could get an answer though [unless you already know ]

the mind baffles so I'll just shush now
18. (Original post by GHOSH-5)
Stuck on maths, but I think it might be out of my league, but I thought the idea itself was quite interesting, so I'm sharing it with you. I was thinking back years ago, when we were quite young, and learning multiplication (times) tables. My seemingly simple question is: given a standard n by n multiplication table, how many different numbers are in it? I've made no progress on the sequence itself (starting 1, 3, 6, 9, 14, 18).

I considered the following question: Let us define the set . Can we find a general expression for the cardinality of the set , where

but there doesn't seem an easy way to find that, and I can't see a nice number theory route coming without it becoming too general for me to cope with it.

Meh.

On another note, guess who wasted today?

19. (Original post by Malsy)

the mind baffles so I'll just shush now
From reading around on the subject a little, I doubt there are more than three or four people that could comment on the answer. I'm not even sure if anyone has found a definite answer (but I do know that it is bounded, and the bound itself isn't anything neat).
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