The Fibonacci Sequence

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Posers and Puzzles 05 Jul '05 17:58
1. 06 Jul '05 21:021 edit
Originally posted by THUDandBLUNDER
Anyway, it's a pity you didn't get the original joke.
lol, You edited that joke after I've read it. That's why I didn't understand it ðŸ˜›

or did you mean this post:

What's the square root of 69?

Eight something...

?
2. 06 Jul '05 21:121 edit
Originally posted by Florrat
lol, You edited that joke after I've read it. That's why I didn't understand it ðŸ˜›

or did you mean this post:

[b]What's the square root of 69?

Eight something...

?
[/b]
The latter.

Soixante-neuf?
3. Bowmann
Non-Subscriber
12 Jul '05 02:51
Originally posted by THUDandBLUNDER
The latter.

Soixante-neuf?
He must be under 14.
4. Bowmann
Non-Subscriber
12 Jul '05 03:02
Originally posted by THUDandBLUNDER
The 4000th is definitely a 3
I disagree. It's a 2.
5. 12 Jul '05 08:17
Originally posted by Bowmann
He must be under 14.
almost right, i'm exactly 14ðŸ˜€ðŸ˜‰ðŸ˜›
6. 12 Jul '05 10:29
Originally posted by THUDandBLUNDER
Anyway, it's a pity you didn't get the original joke.
Is it a real funtional joke or is it just waffle? Why is a differential going by the name of d/dy amusing? ðŸ˜• Could you explain it so I can baffle someone else with it.
7. 12 Jul '05 13:38
Originally posted by Florrat
almost right, i'm exactly 14ðŸ˜€ðŸ˜‰ðŸ˜›
Happy Birthday! ðŸ˜€
8. 12 Jul '05 13:39
Originally posted by Bowmann
I disagree. It's a 2.
If so, what are the previous 3999?
9. 12 Jul '05 13:451 edit
Originally posted by jimslyp69
Is it a real funtional joke or is it just waffle? Why is a differential going by the name of d/dy amusing? ðŸ˜• Could you explain it so I can baffle someone else with it.
If you differentiate e^x wiith respect to x it remains unaffected.
That is, letting y = e^x, dy/dx = e^x
But d(e^x)/dy = dy/dy = 1
e^x has been changed into a constant.
10. 12 Jul '05 15:32
Originally posted by THUDandBLUNDER
Happy Birthday! ðŸ˜€
lol, maybe not so exactly ðŸ˜€
11. Bowmann
Non-Subscriber
12 Jul '05 15:37
Originally posted by THUDandBLUNDER
If so, what are the previous 3999?
Oh no, not again!
12. 12 Jul '05 18:24
Originally posted by Bowmann
Oh no, not again!
Yes, yet again you make claims but are unable to back them up.
13. Bowmann
Non-Subscriber
12 Jul '05 22:11
Originally posted by THUDandBLUNDER
Yes, yet again you make claims but are unable to back them up.
No. I meant that yet again you fail to realize you already supplied the information in this thread. (Another drunken post, methinks.)
14. 12 Jul '05 22:182 edits
Originally posted by Bowmann
I disagree. It's a 2.
Justify the above assertion, Bowmann.
15. Bowmann
Non-Subscriber
12 Jul '05 22:34
Originally posted by THUDandBLUNDER
Justify the above assertion, Bowmann.
I counted 'em ðŸ˜€