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*is there a way to calculate (x^x)/(x!) when x = x^24

Guest Feb 28, 2015

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thanks anon,

of course you are correct. 

It is funny, I missed that.  

 

The reason I missed it is that my mind went back to to computer programming days.

when

x=x^24

would have meant REPLACE x with the old value of x raised to the power of 24.

Melody  Feb 28, 2015
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if x=x^n then x=1

so the answer is 1

Guest Feb 28, 2015
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thanks anon,

of course you are correct. 

It is funny, I missed that.  

 

The reason I missed it is that my mind went back to to computer programming days.

when

x=x^24

would have meant REPLACE x with the old value of x raised to the power of 24.

Melody  Feb 28, 2015

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