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integers.... I take it
i guess. my teacher never taught us this
1 is my guess
how do you get that?
the "int" function strips off everything after the decimal to leave the integer
ohh i see! thank you!!!
than the first bit is 0
I spose that means -0.32 = 0 ? might be -1
I guess so, but I never saw this before
factorials are wierd that way to 0! = 1 lol
wouldnt it be -6 -9 -16?
my guess would be 0-9-16
I would second that.
i gotta learn to read lol
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But again, that's my guess.
greatest integer less than -16.0.4 is -17
this is the greatest integer function yes?
believe so.... strip the decimals and see wahts left we think
yes so it should be -6-9-17
greatest integer[-2.3]=-3 it is the greatest integer less than -2.3
wolfram say -32 and uses the floor function
yes i was just pointing out that [-16.04] is not 16 or -16, but rather -17
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