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# counting problem

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If \$n\$ is a positive integer, a \$3\$-partition of \$n\$ is a list of powers of \$3\$, arranged in order from greatest to least, whose sum is \$n.\$ For example, there are three \$3\$-partitions of \$6,\$ namely \$3-3, 3-1-1-1\$ and \$1-1-1-1-1-1.\$ How many different \$3\$-partitions of \$9\$ are there?

Jul 21, 2023

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Homework cheater alert! Probably from A o P S. Don't worry tho, cheater enablers will probably answer your question since they have no regard for academic honesty :).

Jul 21, 2023
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Dude, We know you have an account. You are liking your own answers and disliking others questions and answers. Don't try to act like you can do whatever you want and bully people because you probably got upset when you failed a test.

Guest Jul 22, 2023
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That's a lot of accusations, and zero evidence. Not all villains have a tragic backstory, some are just bored.

Guest Jul 22, 2023
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Btw I was talking to the second guest

Guest Jul 22, 2023
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There is no real evidence, but some actually have evidence look here: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/help_23528

When I said it was from Beast Acadamy (because it obviously is) my post got made invisible to "normal users"

Jul 22, 2023
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I've witnessed something like this too. I called out an a o p s question that I remembered from when I was in class, and other users agreed with my sentiments and pointed out that the only answer was ChatGPT generated. In the end, all of our comments were deleted except for the GPT answer. I think there is a serious problem with quality control/academic integrity on this website. I'd say that around 30% of problems here are from an online course such as a o ps, but there is little we can do except for refusing to answer them.

Guest Jul 22, 2023