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I have 200 points here. The first person who posts in this thread gets them!
 

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When I get another 200, I'll start a new thread. ;-)!
 

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I've got another 200 points! First one to post gets them!!!
 

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200 Point giveaway is back!!!!! First one to post gets the 200 points!!!!
 

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How about another 200 points to the first one with 1000 points in the bank or the first one with 100 posts????????????
 

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I'd go for that!








<----------------- you can see why *evil grin*
 

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Well it seems that I've come around to another 200 points. I think this time.. mmm I'm going to.. ask a question and the one who provides the correct answer gets the points.

^ = To the power of

5 x 2(4)^3 = ??
 

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640

Actually, I'm a lttle unclear on the formula as written so looked at another way, the answer could also be

64000

But I believe this is the one you're looking for
5x2(4)^3
5x8^3
5x512
2560
 

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In math classes 30 + years ago the precedent would be the 4 ^3 (64) times the 2 (120) times the 5 or the first answer of 640.

Of course you have several things like post-fix, in-fix, pre-fix.......

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Correct, its 640.

The operation basically goes like this

5 x 2(4)^3

4 x 4 x 4 ( because its to the power of 3 )

64 x 2 = 120

120 x 5 = 640

Congrats, reible!
 
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