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    Very confused.

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    I think I have the answer. It utilises absolute values.... Is this a rule breaker? I don't think so...
    N = [ x . abs (3^(abs(x)) ] / [abs (x)]

    If you enter values of x, from negatives through zero to positives, you get that sequence...
    x = (-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3) --> n = (-27, -9, -3, 0, 3, 9, 27)

    (Not my work - DH)

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    Can't divide by 0 so absolute doesn't work

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    It is a standard deviation curve. If you plot it into a graphics calc you can see the next intercept of the lines. There is no trick to it.

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    Here is the answer for those interested.

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    This hurts my head!

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    Hubbys response
    "What the he.ll is that? What's v? I call bullsh!t"
    Lol

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    This answer is straight from the mathematician lecturer at DHs Uni.
    Apparently v is the "or" operator in logic
    Last edited by waterlily; 24-07-2014 at 19:51.

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    Dh response "oh yeah, if you do blah blah blah blah" (I did not understand the end)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellie29 View Post
    Dh response "oh yeah, if you do blah blah blah blah" (I did not understand the end)
    Hahah as soon as my DH saw the workings out he got it too. I was a bit .. Umm wtf. Lol


 

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