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  • 5 years ago

One day HINDU and MUSLIM were on their way. They saw that ox was smelling dung. Now, seeing that, MUSLIM told to HINDU that his father (according to hindu culture) was eating dung. After listening such, Hindu felt same as we felt as we are hindus. But, using correct time and situation, HINDU told something to MUSLIM that he kept quiet and can't say a word to HINDU. Now, the question is - just think and tell what might had the HINDU said to MUSLIM....!!

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  1. anonymous
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    theyre both stupid

  2. anonymous
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    religion is dumb, where is the evidence for god or miracles?

  3. anonymous
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    sathi, whats about your sequence or series

  4. anonymous
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    3, 7, 32, 211, ..

  5. anonymous
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    nobody know ;(

  6. anonymous
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    what about religion, why you believe in fairy tales?

  7. anonymous
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    Cantor that's a little harsh. But so, so, true (and hilarious).

  8. anonymous
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    nobody could solve the numerical problems so am tired........of asking such numerical and just to entertain

  9. anonymous
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    newton, im stumped here with this diffq q

  10. anonymous
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    the website has this answer http://www.sosmath.com/diffeq/first/application/population/population.html

  11. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    P(t) = MCe^(kt)/ ( M + Ce^kt) i got P = P(t) = MCe^(kt)/ ( 1 + Ce^kt)

  12. anonymous
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    website has P(t) = MCe^(kt)/ ( M + Ce^kt)

  13. anonymous
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    i outlined my solution in the previous post. both ways seem logical, but oddly enough we get two different solutions

  14. anonymous
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    well m not the student of math but preparing for medicine and for medicine these questions are asked in the exam

  15. anonymous
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    Where is your working?

  16. anonymous
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    previous post

  17. anonymous
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    one down from the hindu cattle problem

  18. anonymous
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    no...not that

  19. anonymous
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    sathi post your sequence problem again, i will solve it

  20. anonymous
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    Ah, sorry, I see

  21. anonymous
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    3,7,32,211, ?, ?

  22. anonymous
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    ok one sec

  23. anonymous
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    i guess u have already taken more than 1 sec lol

  24. anonymous
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    im looking for calculator

  25. anonymous
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    theres no pattern

  26. anonymous
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    3,7 and 211 are prime numbers

  27. anonymous
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    i see 7 = 3 + 2^2, where 2 is the prime less than 3

  28. anonymous
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    32 = 7 + 5^2 , where 5 is one prime less than 7

  29. anonymous
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    whats the answer?

  30. anonymous
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    you got the sequence wrong, its 3, 7, 31, 211

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