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    • This is actually really clever because there is no practical way to find this other than by writing a program to brute force it. It shows your proficiency
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    • Yall are forgetting this happened in 2004, not recently. They couldnt look it up, if someone wanted to answer it, they wouldve first had to write a code that solves for finding a 10 digit prime number, then ran a search down e looking for that number on a computer from 2004. [1] cont...
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    • why can't they just Google it
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    • Sounds like a job application with more steps
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    • The answer is 7,427,466,391 for those wondering. Remove the commas because iFunny black holes the comment. The site has been shut down for a while, now
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    • I just did this on my laptop. It took a full day to process but I got 7,427,466,391
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    • This wouldn't be that difficult, would it? I'm thinking e as a string for length and better indexing, and simply check for primality 1-10, 2-11, etc. Anyone heard of this problem before?
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    • Now that explains why they have so many smug liberals running the show
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    • Making a list of all primes under 100 billion would only take a couple of days, and cross referencing that with e would take a few more
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    • wolframalpha gang
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    • Is it, by chance...13?
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    • Brute force it by checking all the ips with consecutive digits of e
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    • what the fuck is e
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    • Easy, set up a loop to verify whether a single digit is prime. Store it in a “10 slot” array. If the next 9 digits aren’t prime, reset the array and counter, continue down the line until you find it. Also have to take into account the potential size of the number and the limitations of code program.
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    • That's not hard to do at all.
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    • I googled the answer, now i make 250 grand a year working for google
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    • Congratulations you solved these ridiculous math problems! Now you get to work at a garbage company!
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    • Just google that shit
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    • The answer is 8
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    • This is some cicada stuff right here
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    • So... just loop over a download of the digits of e and test for a set of primes?
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    • What's e again? Is it 1+ 1/2 + 1/(2*3) + 1/(2*3*4) and so on?
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    • Couldnt you just google the answers?
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    • It’s Chegg time!!
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    • What’s a prime number?
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    • Lol “math equations”
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    • Free Trader Beowulf
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    • Casually Google's answer.
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    • guess ill never have a job
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    • Well that’s easy
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    • Just google it
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    • I could do that, I'd just google the answer.....
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    • Well there are 2 answers you make a bot that guesses with informating given or tour smart and solved it
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    • And the resumes were thrown away just like any other.
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    • Yeah you can Google that
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    • Hey did they do the in the imitation game?
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    • Just google it
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    • Google the answer. Duh.
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    • ok but that would be a very simple program
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    • I get it and all. But who invented this type of equations? Like what was the intention , or why couldn't it be put I simple language of what it is your asking?
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    • What if you just googled the answers
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    • The FBI recruits Cybersecurity students using a series of QR codes which lead to programs asking to be hacked
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    • Sounds like The Enigma with fewer noon's
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    • I thought this was stupid easy, and was asking people at work how that would do it. No one could even figure a basic method, and over half the people didn't know what a prime number was.
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    • Fuck that I'm too dumb
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    • Google "anonymously" posted this?
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    • E=MC2 I win
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    • Now Google only wants to know if you hate President Trump- if so, you’re hired
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    • Not that smart. No one could know that without looking up what e is
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    • Uses Google to answer them
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    • Just google the answer
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    • Y’all are dumb. e= 3.1415926535
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    • The answer is 42
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    • Lol couldn't u just Google it
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    • Not very difficult tbh. Not even bragging. It isn’t
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    • Gonna try and write this algorithm tommorow
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    • They should do that now i could just google the answer
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    • ,
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    • Fucking nerds
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    • So many ppl are forgetting that in 2004 googlei g it would not have led u to an answer goodle didnt have that spisific of a search patter yet. If im corect it was the programing needed to calculate the patter that led to ppl getting hierd to get the search results we can now. At this time searching
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    • I thought just look it up until it dawned on me that it was back in 2004. I suck at math and it makes me cry that is all.
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    • Now google will look at all of ur searches and if ur searching for high enough level programming related things it will ask u if u want to take the foobar challenge
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    • Somethkng simple woild have led you to a veryl long line of spamd adverts for crap products uesing vaug names and numbers
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    • I would use Google to get the answer then submit my resume to Google. Because I live in 2019
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    • Does nobody know what a fucking equation is?
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    • Sure I'll go solve equations so I can attempt to work for a company literally zero people trust
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    • Kinda reminds me of a certain part from a certain cicada incident
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    • At this point they could just look it up
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    • What
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    • Just Google it
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    • Job starts at $10 an hour but you need a masters degree
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    • Hello you noons
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    • Prolly hired on the spot too is my guess
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    • I would say you shouldn't apply if you can do that. Maybe back then but not now.
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