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About Lightmeow

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    Biking, Hiking, Reading, Programming, Making Music, Cross Country Running,and Other interesting tasks.
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    7/8 of the way through high school
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    Theoretical Physics, Robotics, Cosmology, Mechanics, Pyrotechnics, Maths
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    Student, attempting music

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  1. I am still working on this, but I am not going to try to do this all in one night. Finding 3^256 is ridiculous(can't imagine 3^5000). With the weekend coming up I will have time to work on this. I am trying to find other more efficient ways to do it, but as of now, doing out the problem in the traditional was has seemed to be the "Quickest" (Although I will say this process is anything but quick)
  2. Yah, it would be. I have to do it all out by hand.
  3. Hmm... Seems little point to continue on, but I will, because why not. Any one could do this if they tried, although I am pretty good at mental calculation and concentration.
  4. Just finished 3^128... Moving on to 3^256. This is honestly the most retarded thing I've ever done. Some images for your enjoyment:
  5. Actually, this is the number: 4038997629787155339700863409815084778394498166775976374862318662815021844263163724409589991283112221957087037127264409252982112748591787717033830403441930283161011881290431641966980623569028664868962702914864744551077531848115736772683548758847258321094808160079292956552763171104067984120533836065664635950242364928442451805995078317248461140444139995818842326862989533584638540917303432618956468436267462217689897536939221538008683721591946120333532143917872449136148108372559491267886787639350432567049929505139561975168349141248659914132248759237997505419159471
  6. No, she just wants me to figure it out to keep me busy. At least I am exempt from homework for the time being... I will probably have it done tonight, it will just be a really tedious thing for me to do.
  7. Title says it all. I've been challenged by my teacher to do this. I am currently doing it out by hand, it it is extremely tedious and annoying. Are there other more efficient ways to do this? Thanks in advance. (P.S. I know I can put it into wolfram, I do have the answer. I just need to figure it out by hand)
  8. It isn't even a matter of it falling into the wrong hands. Someone could stumble upon the backdoor by chance. Honestly, I am going to take the stance that the back door shouldn't be used. In the case of the shooter, why do they need to get into his phone? They already know he committed the crime. So what help is having access to his phone going to have?
  9. I understand what you mean, that the inverse won't be a function. My question was, how would you solve y = x7 + x5 for x. I used the word inverse improperly, as this function does not have an inverse(unless you were to restrict the domain). But it should still have a relation that, when graphed, is a reflection of the function y = x7 + x5 over the line y = x. Just like the graph x2=y has the graph y2=x.
  10. Is there a way to prove that it is unsolvable by normal means? Why isn't it solvable from an analytic approach? Thanks for saying that. I am trying to figure out what the Galois group is and S7 is. Could you shed some light or links, because Google isn't telling me that much(Or I am using wrong terms, which seems more likely)
  11. I am aware of that. You would factor x = y5(y2+1) But then how would you get y by itself?
  12. Hey all. I am trying to figure something out that I can't. Basically, for some reason I wanted to find the inverse of y = x7+x5. How the heck would you do that. I know it is probably possible, but how?
  13. Windows 10 is a terrible OS. It is a nice bloat box, running at idle using about 1.5 GiB of ram. Thats inexcusable. Just because system hardware is getting better, doesn't mean you can get lazy with your programming. I also don't like the idea of all the privacy violations that Microsoft enjoys having. Windows 10 has a built in keylogger for you people that don't know. Its supposedly to help with their spell checking, but considering that Windows 10 is a NSA box, I wouldn't believe that in the entirety. Hmm... Everything should be backwards compatible. If you are actually a
  14. Hmm. I agree that the movie was Meh. Honestly, I feel that they were trying to make it for the younger audience(who would buy the Star Wars toys). The plot wasn't complicated at all, and it seemed that it was lighter overall...(I mean compared to the evil in the Revenge of the Sith). Ren, compared to Anakin, is like comparing a psychopath to a little child who is mad at their parents because didn't get what they wanted. You can't even compare them. I kind of expected more... We'll see what the later movies are like.
  15. What Strange said. Javascript is really not that much harder to learn than any other language. Perhaps you are referring to poorly documented libraries?
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