What are the next three numbers in this sequence?
6, 28, 496, 8128, ... ?
Please explain how you determined these three numbers.
(In reply to re(3): In fact... (another solution)
Penny darling, because you have tried to post problems up in your posts, here's some of mine:
Who says you are a good "engineer", as you proclaim in your metaphor? Not just anyone can copy and paste and be a "good engineer."
Who says you have a boyfriend, Penny? Chances are you are making this up, projecting your opinions through a nonexistent entity.
Who says your have the right to criticism and hinder others problems? Sk's problems are perfectly fine. Gamer's problems are perfectly fine. Criticizing others' problems because you can't get yours posted up is a silly excuse.
Why are you slandering back at Silverknight and Gamer? "Lamer?" "Senileknight?" heh heh heh no. I agree two wrongs don't make a right, but neither does three.
Can't you understand requests? When people ask you to explain, then copy and paste garbage and bibliographies. This proves that you CAN'T explain. We don't need a Dr. Math posting from you.
Edited on November 30, 2003, 4:02 pm