Me neither.

Oh. Thanks anyways.

Thanks for the free bag! :D

Did anyone else realize this question's reply section became basically a place for chatting?

One time last year, a person with a gun walked into my school parking lot and shot himself. For some reason, so many things happen at my school that I don't really feel safe here.

Also, what does ALICE stand for?

Speaking of permutations, here is a list of primes where all of their permutations, including removing digits, are prime:

2: 2

3: 3

5: 5

7: 7

37: 37, 73, 3, 7

73: 73, 37, 7, 3

Also, these are the only primes that fit in this group.

\(3v-12=15\)

add 12 to both sides

\(3v-12+12=15+12\)

\(3v=27\)

divide 3 on both sides

\(\frac{3v}{3}=\frac{27}{3}\)

\(v=9\)

your answer is 9. Now I will plug it back in

\(3*9-12=15\)

\(27-12=15\)

\(15=15\)

its correct! :D

Ok. 'e' is Euler's Constant, or approximately 2.718281828459045235360...

Euler's constant can be defined by terms of an infinite sum in the form of \(e=\sum_{n=0}^{}{\frac{1}{n!}}\)

I might, but no promises.

I always use this site for numbers ranging in size from 10^1000 to 10^10^76:

http://www.ttmath.org/online_calculator

Well anyways, the number is the following:

3.617217*10^1413