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Figured I'd make this thread here. It's clear that only those intelligent enough to find this place should ever be allowed to see this thread.

You see, mankind has figured out many, many things, but there is one equation that we have never been able to figure out, leaving a huge gap in our understanding of space and time. Mankind has struggled for years trying to figure it out. We all know what this incomprehensible question is:

8 + 1 = x

Ten years ago, I devoted my whole life to solving this problem. I have read a lots of books on it and even written one or two. I don't remember which. Now, together, we will solve this problem and enlighten the world. Post your theories on what it could be and why and we'll talk it out.
The answer is Cirno

I think the answer is x. I used the following equation to solve this:

8 + 1 = x

As you can see, the product of the sum of 8 and 1 is clearly x. I have also tried this with various other numbers, and found that 2 + 2 = x, 0 / 0 = x and 42 ^ 42 = x. Using this solid evidence I have deducted that therefor everything is x, and we live in the x universe (Or xooniverse, as I like to call it.) They say that in the land of the xless, the one x man is king and I like to agree. We should strive not to find the value of this x, as it is everything in our universe. We must strife to control this x, and harness this x, as x will usher us into a grand new utopia where every x is had and the x fountians shall flow wild for the people of the xooniverse to drink their fill.
I think that AlcaRobot can solve equations.

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<GlitchMr> !ar wmath solve 8 + 1 = x
<AlcaRobot> x = 9


But I think that AlcaRobot is incorrect in this case as it's 8 + 1 obviously is equal to x, not 9 (where the 9 came from?). It's computer, perhaps it interpreted something incorrectly (perhaps it was thinking that + is variable equal to 1.125).

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The answer is most obviously the number green.

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Later.
I'm going to try something that no one in these threads has ever tried before.

It's 9.

The answer is 9.

Celarix | [email protected] | Avatar by Uhrix
Originally posted by The Secret Exit
The answer is 9.


baka
#thp{>:)}
Originally posted by The Secret Exit
The answer is 9.

The entire universe makes sense now.

Thank you.
Originally posted by The Secret Exit
The answer is 9.


...thank YOU for your response. Now I have something to do other than counting numbers like a child!
I'll test your Algebra skillz.

If 3y-4+2x=3x+8, then what is m? What is b? What is x? Or y? If this is a trick question then tell me the correct answer along with a graph.
This isn't hard if you are smart.
3y-4+2x=3x+8

3y-x-4=8

3y-x=12 3y=12+x x=3y-12

As we know 3y=12+x, we can substitute the 3y in the 'x=3y-12' equation for '12+x'

x=12+x-12

x=x

Solved it. x is obviously equal to x.
Originally posted by phenolatukas
3y-4+2x=3x+8

3y-x-4=8

Yes, this is correct. Although not how I normally solve it.
Normal would be 3y=x+12
Originally posted by phenowhatever
3y-x=12 3y=12+x x=3y-12

Yes, but why not figure out what y is? {y=1/3x+4}
Originally posted by phenowhocares
As we know 3y=12+x, we can substitute the 3y in the 'x=3y-12' equation for '12+x'

SIGH.

What do you not get about this law? Just because it doesn't (specifically) apply to mathematics doesn't mean it is useless.
Originally posted by phenofail
Solved it. x is obviously equal to x.

Wrong.
m=1/3
b=4
y=1/3x+4
x=3y-12

I sense your fail at trying to look cool. X is neither x, nor 3y-12, but in this situation, it IS 3y-12, except that's not how you use slop-intercept form. Again, y=1/3x+4.
And no, x cannot equal x even with an undefined y.
alright.

Eggs +
nets =
5238

each letter represents a different number, through zero to nine. no number can equal the same number. Find each variable.

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Originally posted by Jumpluff_999
Originally posted by The Secret Exit
The answer is 9.


baka
#thp{>:)}


#fim{^_^}

sidenote: the CSS abuse thread has gotten to the point where it crashes Chrome

congratulations, I guess

Now, as to ShadowFire's problem: a possible starting point is considering that both terms and the sum are four character strings. Thus, it makes sense that each character adds up to one digit (i.e., E + n = 5, g + e = 2, etc.) Of course, this does not take into account carrying over, which could complicate things significantly.

Celarix | [email protected] | Avatar by Uhrix
f(A,B,C,D) = Σm(1, 8)

AB
00 01 11 10
CD 00 0 0 0 1
01 1 0 0 0
11 0 0 0 0
10 0 0 0 0


This K-map results in A'B'C'D + AB'C'D', so therefore, 8 + 1 = A'B'C'D + AB'C'D' (as a simplest sum-of-products expression).

Or, if you're using NAND logic, 8 + 1 = (A'B'C'D)(AB'C'D').

I hope this answers your question.
I should get a new layout.

Probably won't, though.
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