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Old 03-27-07, 01:12 PM
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Perfect page count

Sorry, I know that this is incredibly nerdy and not cycling related, but

THE PAGE COUNT RIGHT NOW IS 1024! A PERFECT POWER OF 2! HOORAY!

Ok, its spring break so the nerdiness needle has been pulled for a few days, and I had to let the inner nerd out of his box for a while. Thanks for indulging.

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yawn. Lemme know the next time it goes prime ...

(edit that would have been one page ago, right? 2^n-1?)
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Originally Posted by superdex
yawn. Lemme know the next time it goes prime ...

(edit that would have been one page ago, right? 2^n-1?)
1023 is divisble by 3. 2^n-1 is only a prime if it is prime. If 2^n-1 is prime it's a Mersenne prime. Unfortunately 3|2^(10k)-1, neat huh.

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Old 03-27-07, 01:45 PM
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Thanks guys, for exceeding even my nerdiness!
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There goes my last brain cell.
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uh, .... huh?

Was there a bike involved here, somehow?

You'd think with an MS is Statistics that I could somehow know what the H3LL you all are talking about.

I have to go back to my regression models..........
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I just looked up 'dork' and the definition said to reference this thread....
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Originally Posted by bvfrompc
uh, .... huh?

Was there a bike involved here, somehow?

You'd think with an MS is Statistics that I could somehow know what the H3LL you all are talking about.

I have to go back to my regression models..........

Pft...regression models are boring. I much prefer two way analysis of variance.
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Originally Posted by slowandsteady
Pft...regression models are boring. I much prefer two way analysis of variance.
ya think i went through 18 hours of stats to run regression models? It does pay the bills however. Now, some structural equation modeling, mmm.
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Ok who went and screwed it up, posting the thread pushing over to 1025?
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