Yes, we're going to have a dinosaur in this, except it's made of (partly) zero-dimensional points... never mind, they're two-dimensional circles.
After months of a drought because of school, it's time to post again. I'm sorry I couldn't post more, and I'll try my best. And I know today's post is short, but I'm really out of time and I want to get this out on time. Sorry! Song: We Can Dream by Creo Ah, Creo. … Continue reading Favourites #4
In this post, we cover a problem that the author created, involving hexadecimal and the alphabet (not so much the alphabet but...).
This is the "sequel" to the post "Random challenge 2", where we talked about division by zero. In this post, we talk about 0^0, or zero to the power of zero.
Today's post is a bit more special than my original posts. It's someone special's special day! Dedicated to my brother.
Two months ago, I promised a second 'Favourites' post (kind of) recapping everything that happened during the two months. And here it is! Also, thank you for all the support you've given me, and we reached a hundred blog post with this! Thank you so much! Song: Colorblind by Panda Eyes/Antipixel by Panda Eyes These … Continue reading Favourites #2
What is the slowest growing function ever? How do you represent it? With slow-growing hierarchy.
Who loves fish? If you do, YOU'LL LOVE THIS! jk but this number is still huge, but smaller than Rayo's number.
The new series on my blog, the favourites, first one on the series, posting these every two months.
Level five of Conway's Soldiers, once thought impossible, but proved possible with certain manipulations. Credits to Simon Tatham and Gareth Taylor for the solution.