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(2): Penny: Too cheap to not be copper.
by Victor Zapana)
Personally I would prefer to make sure we are of an understanding on the issue; I think I was wrong in answering to Penny's insults with my own. I don't think Penny couldn't reply, it's just she realised we aren't going to get anywhere by arguing sooner than I did.
I indeed have editted both my posts for any smacking I might have done. I feel like I need to address the issues like Penny's insulting our problems when she hasn't submitted any at all, and the fact that had she included a problem with every post. (not a problem recently, but I DID talk about that) Also a minor problem wasn't saying what the actual answer was, but rather requiring someone to look through the post to find it, and rather submitting wrong answers and not admitting to it.
The Subjects are more of a joke, rather than an insult (at least from me); Pennies were indeed made of copper instead of being made like the dimes, nickels and quarters because when pennies weren't made of copper, people would just melt the pennies down and sell that; in other words 100 pennies had more than a dollar's worth of metal in it!
Posted by Gamer
on 2003-11-30 12:22:42