Haha I don't really know him that well. Met him when I spent a week down in Canberra on mission last year and he's legitimately one of the most interesting people I've ever met (and he told me I was pretty amazing (which was nice)). But hey, I don't live in Canberra and he does.

If you ever meet (and I would recommend you do), definitely bring up onesies! (who doesn't love a cuddly onesied man?)

and btw, got bundled out 2nd in poker Went all in with a low chip count on A2 suited, person who called had QQ. On the flop he hit a third queen, on the turn I hit a flush, on the river he hit a full house lol.

When making a substitution, can you sub with the same variable to make it easier to get to the result that it is denoted in?

for example, when u have to show like the integral of f(x) = f(a-x) or something, can u sub x=a-x or do you have to go x=a-u and then once u get the result, let x=u and sub back in?

CaCan yuou please help me with perms and combs question?
"In how many ways can a mixed doubles tennis match with 6 married couples be played, if no husband and wife are to be together in the same match?"

I dont want to spam the thread, so Im just asking here why, if its correct I will give my explanation in the thread. (I am assuming that when there are 201 pirates remaining, he gives 100 to everyone he can BUT himself, this ensures his survival, because thats his no.1 priority)

Hi sean can you help me thanks. how would i approach this question, An odd polynomial P(X) is of degree 3. (x+4) is a factor and, when it is divided by (x-3) the remainder is 21. Find P(X)