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A four-digit number (not beginning with 0) can be represented by ABCD. There is one number such that ABCD=A^B*C^D, where A^B means A raised to the B power. Can you find it?

 Oct 28, 2019
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Wait, so A^B * C^D right, not A^{(B*C)^D}?

 

Also, there are whole lot of users on right now...

 Oct 28, 2019
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There a lot of people on.

 

You are correct.

SVS2652  Oct 28, 2019
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The number is: 2592

 Oct 28, 2019
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Nice! I believe that is correct.

ThatOnePerson  Oct 28, 2019
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Wow, guest, can you explain how?

 Oct 28, 2019
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A very short computer code found it in 1 nanosecond!

 Oct 28, 2019
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Was it called Google? cheeky

ThatOnePerson  Oct 28, 2019
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No! I just wrote the code in about a minute. Here it is if you want to see it.

 

a=1; b=1;c=1;d=1;p=1;m=a*1000+b*100+c*10+d;n=(a^b)*(c^d);if(m==n, goto loop, goto next);loop:printm;next:a++;if(a<10, goto5, 0);a=1;b++;if(b<10, goto5, 0);a=1;b=1;c++;if(c<10, goto5,0);a=1;b=1;c=1;d++;if(d<10, goto5, discard=0;

Guest Oct 28, 2019
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dang! You can solve riddles with computer code? Who knows what the future might look like 10 years from now.

 

Robots programming themselves? its time for terminator...

CalculatorUser  Oct 29, 2019
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You used code? Woah. Smart. Maybe look at a logical way to do it too.

 Oct 28, 2019
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I do the thinking by writing the code bug-free! If I do that, then it does the work for me almost instantly.

Guest Oct 28, 2019
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Cool, I wish I knew how to write code as well!

 Oct 28, 2019
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Well, why don't you start now that you are very young. By the time you are 21, you will be an expert coder and will make life a lot easier for you.

Guest Oct 28, 2019

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