I found a game for it.. haven't played it yet though.
http://play.escapegames24.com/2010/06/icosien.html
Did your teacher tell you that finding an efficienct way of solving it will win you $1,000,000 (that is, the traveling salesman problem, not the game).Soul of Stray Demon wrote:We're actually going over "traveling salesman" esque problems in Math Class right now.
I found a game for it.. haven't played it yet though.
http://play.escapegames24.com/2010/06/icosien.html
Just as well really, its probably impossible. Noone's been able to prove it either way though.Soul of Stray Demon wrote:Never told me that, but I'm sure I don't have the ability to do it.
Well, if we're looking for the most efficient way to do it, then I'm sure it's possible, but there may not be any equation for it.Shakie666 wrote:Just as well really, its probably impossible. Noone's been able to prove it either way though.Soul of Stray Demon wrote:Never told me that, but I'm sure I don't have the ability to do it.
I have heard of that. It proves that all numbers are interesting.Soul of Stray Demon wrote:Well, if we're looking for the most efficient way to do it, then I'm sure it's possible, but there may not be any equation for it.Shakie666 wrote:Just as well really, its probably impossible. Noone's been able to prove it either way though.Soul of Stray Demon wrote:Never told me that, but I'm sure I don't have the ability to do it.
Mathematical contradictions are great... "The interesting number paradox is a semihumorous paradox which arises from the attempt to classify natural numbers as "interesting" or "dull". The paradox states that all natural numbers are interesting. The "proof" is by contradiction: if there exists a nonempty set of uninteresting numbers, there would be a smallest uninteresting number – but the smallest uninteresting number is itself interesting because it is the smallest uninteresting number, producing a contradiction."
Basically, if a number could be labeled as uninteresting, then it being the first uninteresting number, makes it interesting.
Since when does platinuming a game become the qualifier for "beating" rather than defeating the last boss, clearing the last level, or finishing the main storyline?Soul of Stray Demon wrote:I've never fully completed a game, not really. There's always though's out of the way achievements/trophies, that you have to try for. I don't care enough to.
I didn't say beating a game, I said "fully completed." I've beaten tons of games, but 100 percented none of them.Reaperfan wrote:Since when does platinuming a game become the qualifier for "beating" rather than defeating the last boss, clearing the last level, or finishing the main storyline?Soul of Stray Demon wrote:I've never fully completed a game, not really. There's always though's out of the way achievements/trophies, that you have to try for. I don't care enough to.
This is why I never touched Gwyn yet ; _ ;skarekrow13 wrote:...
The common theme for all of those was a huge crushing wave of sadness when I beat the main story and decided I wasn't ready to let go just yet
Its TES. 100% achievements =/= 100% completion.KrazykevS10 wrote:The only game I have all the achievements for is TES IV : Oblivion. I played the hell out of that game,plus the achievements were easy. I'm not too bothered with most achievements unless they are fun or unusual.

