|Level 1 - 2010-03-16 22:01:32|
|ok getting mad, the maths is not the solution or at least i think so because i tryed to solve the equation but nothing hehe it says WRONG , another member told me about a silly wordplay and re-read the question but huum... im still trying even imagine a possible solution so.. another hint... clue help or something|
|Re: Level 1 - 2010-03-17 02:51:14|
|tak wat it looks like|
|Re: Level 1 - 2010-03-17 18:23:36|
|Hmmm...check out the reflexive property of equality.|
|Re: Level 1 - 2010-03-17 19:50:24|
|heh that isn't even a bad hint. shame that it's a bit unhelpful. also it isn't really what the challenge exploits.
but not bad.
|Re: Level 1 - 2010-03-22 16:46:38|
|Well this is the Geek Tips forum not the Geek Answers forum, and you can't really say much else without giving the whole challenge away, and yes this property is precisely what this challenge "exploits"
|Re: Level 1 - 2010-03-22 20:50:46|
|hah, it certainly is not 'precisely' what it exploits.
There's ambiguity, and untested assumptions. The word 'is' in natural language can mean many things. When you say, the car is expensive.
this does not mean that the car equals expensive. Simply states that a property of the car.
Just the same, when you say the solution is x, it's ambiguous whether or not the solution is equal to it or merely describes it(or a property thereof). (like the car)
This is why reflectivity is *not* precisely what is exploited.
O, and don't worry i know all about, tips and answers. I'm the one who's actually able to solve them all.
|Re: Level 1 - 2010-03-22 22:20:54|
|well, considering the reflexive property gives you the answer. I would say it IS an adequate approach. So why are you even arguing that it's not?|
|Re: Level 1 - 2012-08-02 00:39:54|
|just did it. so easy but thought much.|
|Re: Level 1 - 2012-08-18 01:39:03|
|Oh God, it's awesome! :D|
|Re: Level 1 - 2012-09-20 20:40:57|
|lulz the answer is so plain and easy!!|