# Math Question

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What is the number of total end products of a sting of 480,000 factors of X, each with 256 different states?

E.G.: X=(1-256) 480,000 times in a row

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seven???

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256^(480000)

I win.

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256 ^ 480000

a big god damn number.

edit: i lose =(

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You two just cancelled each other out...I win.

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No, you lose, you always have lost, and you always will lose

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Sorry...seven is the answer as far as you know....I win again.

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You win another check on your "things I've lost" list

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My mother? Yes, she pities you and your inabillity to win

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Wow,...look at the time. I must rise at the 30 of the five...tomorrow will suck the most.

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What a girl!

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You wish...I'm 1/64th japanese you know???!!!

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I haven't stretched my geek muscle in a while. Using a sample of 32 values to observe a pattern, I've estimated the number of digits in the answer.

1.152 million digits. Remember, not the VALUE of the answer, just the number of digits.

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Fancy! Just enough for me not to care!

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4..

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It was just a question that was posed by someone else back in the day

I figure that's the number of greyscale 800x600 pictures possible, and therefore, everything

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2582249878086908589655919172003011874329705792829223512830659356540647622016841194629645353280137831435903171972747493376 possibilities.

Edit: yes, thats the real answer.

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Damn it, I though I could build myself an anything generator!

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