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Old 03-03-2007   #1
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250 points, remember!

Just scan it and post it here!

Note to somedude: Yes, I'm aware I probably got one of these problems wrong, but whatever.
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Old 03-03-2007   #2
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By the way, Mr. Hui, I'll do the Admin donations for it, you don't have to worry.
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Old 03-30-2007   #3
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haha the only reason you posted this is so everybody can laugh at your handwriting all thought i already know how bad your handwriting is
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Old 04-12-2007   #4
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My handwriting is perfectly fine!
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Old 04-12-2007   #5
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I want to see some work. Let me post one of my homeworks from eighth grade.
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Old 04-13-2007   #6
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I can't scan my homework though.
Can I post a problem manually for no points

Anyway, here is one of my homework problems:
In how many ways can you sell $5 and $3 pumpkins to make $200?
It's a diophantine equation. Let x=#of $5 pumpkins, and y=# of $ 3 pumpkins.

5x+3y=200
Solve for x,
x=40-3y/5

So y must be a multiple of 5. It goes up to until 40-3y/5 is negative.
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Old 04-13-2007   #7
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Diophantine equations are fun, though I have trouble understanding exponential ones.

EDIT: Here's my proof of the thing. I already posted this in my blog on AOPS, but here's the original handwritten.
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Old 04-13-2007   #8
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Very... neat
What did you get on the math test? Check edline
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Old 01-06-2008   #9
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would really appreciate the help!! xx
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Old 01-06-2008   #10
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Do your work, sharkman jr.
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