[AUCTION] 15 DC's of gunpowder!

Discussion in 'Community Auction Archives' started by Empire_Rule, Jan 7, 2015.

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  1. Who doesn't want 3 DC's of TNT?!? I don't know a guy like that! Anyway, here are the details:
    Auction item: 15 DC's of gunpowder
    Starting bid price: 5000r
    Minimum bid increase: 1000r
    Auction ends 24 hours after last valid bid.
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  2. 10 x 10 x 10 x5 r
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  3. 5000r
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  4. You we're ninja'd by
  5. Oh, freaking... why? Just write 5000r. Don't need to show off your math prowess.
    10000r
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  6. 13k for erea1210 sake 10 x 10 = 100 x 10 = 1000 x10 = 10000 + 3000= 13000 (13k)
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  7. 1.4 x 10^4
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  8. (15x1/3-(4+1))x2.74^2x1000

    for the lazy people: 15,015.2r (so 15,015 because r dont have decimals)
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  9. Uh..
    (15 * 1/5) = 5
    5-(4+1) = 0
    0 times anything = 0.
    And 2.74 to the power of 2,000, if not multiplied by the zero, is.. Let's just say, not quite within your rupee balance

    Anyways, 16,015r
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  10. |2 x -19 x 10,000 +18,000|
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  11. 362,000r?
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  12. Keep the bids in integer format so people don't have to pull out calculators. Please and thank you.
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  13. Nope...
    2 x -19 is -38
    -38 x 10,000 is -38,000
    -38,000 + 18,000 is -20,000
    The absolute value of -20,000 is 20,000.
    This being said I bid 20,000. Lol
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  14. -38 times 10,000 isn't -38,000, it's -380,000 :p
    30k
    fr33kin done with these maths
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  15. I don't remember the OP saying anything about converting negatives into their absolute value.
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