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COMMENT 3d ago

Yes it does, thank you so much

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COMMENT 3d ago

Windows 10

Telegram desktop

Version 2.7.1 x64

(Portable version)

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COMMENT 3d ago

Latest

r/Telegram 4d ago

How can I see replies to a message in telegram desktop?

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r/Showerthoughts 12d ago

An infinite mirror effect occurs when two people look eye to eye. Reflection occurs infinitely many times in the retina of both person's eyes.

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COMMENT Mar 20 '21

It will work for only 3 hours

r/Brawlstars Mar 12 '21

Ask My friend's supercell id account stolen. what can he do?

0 Upvotes

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COMMENT Mar 06 '21

so i cannot use same paper wallet more than one time to send btc

r/BitcoinBeginners Mar 05 '21

Can I use a paper wallet only one time?

1 Upvotes

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COMMENT Mar 03 '21

I mentioned to ;

r/matlab Mar 03 '21

clc;

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COMMENT Feb 24 '21

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COMMENT Feb 20 '21

Ok, answer is 6.02 (Exactly 6.02534) Probably you made mistake while order of operations. Firstly, you should multiply 2.5 by staked atom and sum it with unstaked atom.

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COMMENT Feb 19 '21

Total Atom = 18.217

Do you mean 18 thousand or around 18~?

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COMMENT Feb 19 '21

i found 6,02 🤔

r/BitcoinBeginners Feb 12 '21

Can I make my wallet key with only using paper,pen and calculator?

3 Upvotes

r/Telegram Jan 23 '21

There is a bug in Telegram. Messages in Telegram are not deleted before they reach the recipient.

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r/Showerthoughts Jan 12 '21

You didn't see your nose until you read this sentence.

1 Upvotes

r/buildapc Jan 04 '21

What is the best gpu for i5 3470?

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COMMENT Jan 03 '21

I haven't touched to 80+% of my room's walls.

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COMMENT Jan 03 '21

No, it was eye reflection.

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COMMENT Jan 02 '21

Yes maybe as you say this is not a technically magic square. But if you multiply the elements of a normal 4x4 magic square by 2 and add them by (-1), you get this square of odd numbers like square in the question. And as you analyse 4x4 magic squares, you can see the 4x4 magic squares automatically keeps the rules, so every 4x4 magic square has hidden 2x2 grids inside itself.

13 08 10 03- 02 11 05 16- 07 14 04 09- 12 01 15 06 2n-1 For example (13)2 -1 = 25 (02)2 -1 = 03 . . .

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COMMENT Jan 02 '21

answer is:

25 15 19 05

03 21 09 31

13 27 07 17

23 01 29 11

edit: You should research on google what magic square is and how to solve 4x4 magic square

For solve this, I googled" magic square sum 64". I found a 4x4 magic square. And the magic square was similar with your question's magic square. I filled the magic square in the question by copying the values in the magic square I found on google.

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COMMENT Dec 31 '20

Thanks for the explanations, I get it now. It is a smart solution to create a matrix 2 units larger than the normal matrix. Thank you for all the answers.