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  • #2013278
    yonahg123
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    whats 2+2

    #2013332
    Yserbius123
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    Which notation? Infix, Polish, or Yekkish?

    #2013426
    Reb Eliezer
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    They wanted to hire an accountant, so they ask him this question. One said four and he was told big deal. The one who answered it is how much you want it to be, they hired.

    #2013432
    Reb Eliezer
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    Many have problems with long division but it realy is the number of times the divisor can be subtracted from the dividend and the decimal or fraction of the remainder.

    #2013478

    11, Hamevin yavin

    #2013500
    ☕️coffee addict
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    2+2 is a mathematical problem whereas the answer is two integers after the number 2

    #2013512
    yoilyforprez
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    Lets take a look at it we have 2 and then we add 2 more but you forgot about the 0 so it all equals to 05.

    #2013511

    technicaly if you take 2 2s it equals twotwo, which is also tootoo wich is the noise the train makes if you prounounce tuna as t-una as apposed to chuna therefore we realize that sinse no one says choochoo we realized its pronounced tuna not chuna and that exlains that 2+2 is incorect

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    Reb Eliezer
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    In binary 10 + 10 = 100 used by computers. A computer can either be on (1) or off (0) circuit where in bytes is
    0000 0010 + 0000 0010 = 0000 0100

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    > computer can either be on (1) or off (0) circuit

    there is no 2 in binary
    you can “easily” build computer with 3 states – off,+1,-1. Then, 2+2 is indeed 11

    #2013617
    Reb Eliezer
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    AAQ, can you explain how -1 would be indicated and the numbering?

    #2013633
    Yserbius123
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    @Always_Ask_Questions There are quantum computers with three states, the third state being a superposition of off and on. But their math is still binary. Technically, most states in computers are determined by arrays of binary digits that are divisible by eight, so it’s much easier to look at computers as having 16 states.

    #2013889

    just find anything that can measure 3 levels. Of electricity, most probable. But you can use water if you prefer. There is nothing fundamental in using binaries, except that we learned how to build transistors with certain properties.

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