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Count to 5,000 Inklings

Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by ZypkerGaming, May 31, 2015.

  1. Cuttleshock

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    That's just 14×10, but yeah.
    But you didn't switch all symbols: in fact, the only one that you changed was that for 1^3. Of course the result's 2 greater if you add 2, and it's no longer alternating.

    I can't speak, though. Can't think of anything for 141 (or be bothered to).
    I once did that with a proper ice-cream scoop. We now have a new, sturdier one.
     
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    142 Inklings!
     
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    I guess so. I changed the positions of the numbers without really moving the symbols at all. So I went from 6^3 - 5^3 + 4^3 - 3^3 + 2^3 - 1^3 to 1^3 - 2^3 + 3^3 - 4^3 + 5^3 - 6^3, but yeah, maybe I should have moved the symbols with them, and made it like - 1^3 + 2^3 - 3^3 + 4^3 - 5^3 + 6^3 and removed the - in front of the 1.
    And I feel incredibly dumb for not noticing the 14x10...

    More consecutive primes: 11 + 13 + 17 + 19 + 23 + 29 + 31

    A card store opened three days ago within walking distance of where I live, maybe I'll build a Yu-Gi-Oh deck from the few hundred cards I own and almost never use and try to play in a tournament. And lose terribly, but hopefully it'll be fun.
     
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    Numbers of form n^2 + 1, bane of factorisation. 145 now.
     
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    146 Inklings
     
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    I can't think of much, but I guess you can add 3 to each digit to get the next one. 147 inklings.
     
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    148 looks deceptively composite but it's only got, like, 6 factors.
     
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    149 Inklings!
     
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    150, the total number of stars in Super Mario 64 DS. I've never gotten them all, but I do have every star in the original game, I can do that in just a few hours.

    With 150, If you add up all of its prime factors (2+3+5+5 = 15) and then add up only it's unique prime factors (2+3+5 = 10) and multiply those together, you get 150.
     
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    151 (or 151) Inklings!
     
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    Early post, Gari. And I wanted that number for Pokémon reasons, but I'll live.

    152 feels familiar to me but too sleepy to try to figure it out.
     
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    A lot of excited small numbers added together. 1! + 2! + 3! + 4! + 5!
     
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    *screams* I thought there were 2 posts between that one and my last one
    Sorry ;-;
    154 Inklings
    Feels vaugely familiar
     
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    155 Unova Pokémon from the first starter to the last Legendary... and then there's Victini!
     
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    The distance you would travel if you ran straight from a Tennis court's baseline to its other baseline and back. Jumping over the net each time, of course.

    The next two numbers are pretty neat.
     
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    157 Inklings!

    I don't know what's special about 157…(I did see that it's prime triplets with 151 and 163) ;-;

    And this guy is #157 in the Pokedex
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    Sorry to disappoint, but I'm not sure what's exciting about 158. I've figured out something for both 160 and 168 while checking some possibilities, though.
    In... feet? That seems a little much, even so.
     
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    Yes, in feet, sorry, they're 78 feet long. They both contain the same digits when squared. 157^2=24,649 158^2=24,964 I'm sort of surprised you didn't notice. 13 and 14 do this, too. OEIS has a page for these, A072841. 159 is semi-prime, and there's a difference of 4 between each digit. Also, they're the 4th-6th digits of Pi.
     
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    160! Cuttleshock think of something.
     

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