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CassiusDelaney Group Title

prime factors of 42.... can i just have the answerrrrr

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  1. ParthKohli Group Title
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    No, you can't.

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  2. ParthKohli Group Title
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    Find prime numbers that divide 42.

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    The factors are: the, answer, of, life, universe, and, everything

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    ahh never gets old

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    find L{d/dt(sint/t)}

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    Are you sure is that related with factorization?

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    Haha, this question is really funny!

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    Cassius, so, do you know how to factorize a number?

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    |dw:1346750136900:dw|

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    actually I wrote stop here to the right :D

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    haha

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    i just wanted to see if u guys were robots or some crap

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  13. decripter37 Group Title
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    Wut! XD http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turing_test

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    by the way: 42=2*3*7 <computed successful>

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