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4 hours ago, Silent Mistwalker said:

You're all wrong.

3 + -1 = 42

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3 +1 = 4

3 - 1 = 2

4 & 2 are 42.

 

   No matter the question, the answer is always 42... 😁

 

Peace...

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On 10/10/2021 at 5:46 PM, Rowan Amore said:

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5 hours ago, Orwar said:

   c² = 324, so, a² + b² = 324.
   324 / (b = 16 + a = 9 = 25) = 12.96.
   12.96 x 16 = 207.36
   √207.36 = 14.4"

   12.96 x 9 = 116.64
   √116.64 = 10.8

   324 / (116.64 + 207.36 = 324) = 1.

     Maths muss sein!

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1 hour ago, karenx0 said:

These are the eyes I made when I had maths exams. Good thing I always failed in it. xD

My dad explaining a math problem for the 374th time, me trying to see the  paper thru a blur of tears | StareCat.com

 

This is how it was, gawd those were some days xD 

   That... actually made me a bit sad as that's happened to me with my own Dad oh so many decades ago, so I feel your pain @karenx0. However looking back I remembered one of the best math jokes I've ever heard of. May I present to you... this... 😁

 

Peace...

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43 minutes ago, BjorJlen said:

   That... actually made me a bit sad as that's happened to me with my own Dad oh so many decades ago, so I feel your pain @karenx0. However looking back I remembered one of the best math jokes I've ever heard of. May I present to you... this... 😁

 

Peace...

Math is more dangerous than a person falling in love xD 

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Race conditions.

Imagine the following:

  1. 3 people have already liked a post
  2. You like the post
  3. Database adds a row to the likes list
  4. Server counts number of rows of reactions
  5. Database updates the post with number of reactions

That is what normally happens, but in a race condition, this can happen:

Imagine the following:

  1. 3 people have already liked a post
  2. You like the post
  3. Database adds a row to the likes list
  4. (Initialized by you) Server counts number of rows of reactions
  5. Someone unlikes the post
  6. (Initialized by person unliking) Server counts number of rows of reactions
  7. (Initialized by person unliking) Database updates the post with number of reactions
  8. (Initialized by you) Database updates the post with number of reactions

The process thread handling the like for you was slower than the one handling the other person, thus puts the incorrect value.

This happens from time to time, a easy fix is to just undo your react and react again.

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