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Post Post #750  (ISO)  » Mon Jun 22, 2020 12:05 pm

289 Add 289 to Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.
Not mafia has impressively cheated on his very first clue.

I can't remember the last N_M post that wasn't bland, unimaginative and lame. Some shitposters are at least somewhat funny. You are the epitomy of the type of poster that nobody would miss if you were to suddenly disappear. You never add anything of value.

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Post Post #751  (ISO)  » Mon Jun 22, 2020 1:22 pm

89 isn't a perfect square, but you can go again
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Post Post #752  (ISO)  » Mon Jun 22, 2020 1:47 pm

I am really stupid

80, 187, 346 as numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals
Not mafia has impressively cheated on his very first clue.

I can't remember the last N_M post that wasn't bland, unimaginative and lame. Some shitposters are at least somewhat funny. You are the epitomy of the type of poster that nobody would miss if you were to suddenly disappear. You never add anything of value.

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Post Post #753  (ISO)  » Mon Jun 22, 2020 1:51 pm

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 75 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.
  • [80, 187, 345] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 77 points
  • [81, 189, 324, 27] { 27 | n } multiples of 27
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [73, 157, 231] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 92 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)

It is vincentw's turn.

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it could happen to any of us, a few of the current sequences let you remove powers of two but this one only lets you remove two itself.
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Post Post #754  (ISO)  » Tue Jun 23, 2020 1:37 am

Complete the L with 156, 178, 185, and 344.

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Post Post #755  (ISO)  » Tue Jun 23, 2020 2:55 am

Fuck
Not mafia has impressively cheated on his very first clue.

I can't remember the last N_M post that wasn't bland, unimaginative and lame. Some shitposters are at least somewhat funny. You are the epitomy of the type of poster that nobody would miss if you were to suddenly disappear. You never add anything of value.

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Post Post #756  (ISO)  » Tue Jun 23, 2020 11:04 am

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime
  • [80, 187, 345, 156, 178, 185 344] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 75 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 84 points
  • [81, 189, 324, 27] { 27 | n } multiples of 27
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [73, 157, 231] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 92 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)

It is skitter30's turn.

There are 47 cards remaining
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Post Post #757  (ISO)  » Wed Jun 24, 2020 12:40 pm

numbers that are multiples of 3
102, 366, 87
Going into lylo against scum!skit unprepared is like having someone force feed you dull razor blades. It's painful, and once it starts, you're pretty much dead. ~ NMSA

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Post Post #758  (ISO)  » Wed Jun 24, 2020 12:48 pm

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime
  • [80, 187, 345, 156, 178, 185 344] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 75 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 84 points
  • [81, 189, 324, 27] { 27 | n } multiples of 27
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [73, 157, 231] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 92 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)
  • [102, 366, 87] { 3 | n } multiplies of 3

It is Micc's turn.

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Post Post #759  (ISO)  » Wed Jun 24, 2020 10:25 pm

108, 198, 264, and 159 to complete multiples of 3
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Post Post #760  (ISO)  » Thu Jun 25, 2020 12:56 am

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime
  • [80, 187, 345, 156, 178, 185 344] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals
  • [102, 366, 87, 108, 198, 264, 159] { 3 | n } multiplies of 3


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 82 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 84 points
  • [81, 189, 324, 27] { 27 | n } multiples of 27
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [73, 157, 231] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 92 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)

It is StrangerCoug's turn.

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Post Post #761  (ISO)  » Thu Jun 25, 2020 4:27 pm

318, 266, 208: Even numbers whose digit sum is also even
STRANGERCOUG: Stranger Than You!
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Post Post #762  (ISO)  » Thu Jun 25, 2020 4:40 pm

Play 35, 71, 117, 151, 111 to complete the "numbers none of whose digits are composite" sequence
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Post Post #763  (ISO)  » Fri Jun 26, 2020 2:12 am

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime
  • [80, 187, 345, 156, 178, 185 344] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals
  • [102, 366, 87, 108, 198, 264, 159] { 3 | n } multiplies of 3


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 82 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 84 points
  • [81, 189, 324, 27] { 27 | n } multiples of 27
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [73, 157, 231] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite
  • [318, 266, 208] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 2 | Σi∈[0,d]ai and 2 | n, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Even numbers whose digit sum is also even

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 92 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)

It is lilith2013's turn.

There are 37 cards remaining

Lilith, I think you're looking at an older version of your hand. You only have 2 of those cards still -- the last hand I sent you was titlted "Re: Sequencer | lilith2013's Turn" not "Sequencer Hand" because I forgot to change the subject line. You can go again.
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Post Post #764  (ISO)  » Fri Jun 26, 2020 7:02 am

Play 35, 111, 72, 101 to finish the same sequence instead
Taking pre-ins for Betrayal at House on the Hill-themed mafia! (4/6)
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~gtka lilith

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Post Post #765  (ISO)  » Fri Jun 26, 2020 7:17 am

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime
  • [80, 187, 345, 156, 178, 185 344] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals
  • [102, 366, 87, 108, 198, 264, 159] { 3 | n } multiplies of 3
  • [73, 157, 231, 35, 111, 72, 101] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 82 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 84 points
  • [81, 189, 324, 27] { 27 | n } multiples of 27
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [318, 266, 208] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 2 | Σi∈[0,d]ai and 2 | n, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Even numbers whose digit sum is also even

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 99 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)

It is Not_Mafia's turn.

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Post Post #766  (ISO)  » Fri Jun 26, 2020 1:14 pm

Add 154 to even numbers with an even digit sum
Not mafia has impressively cheated on his very first clue.

I can't remember the last N_M post that wasn't bland, unimaginative and lame. Some shitposters are at least somewhat funny. You are the epitomy of the type of poster that nobody would miss if you were to suddenly disappear. You never add anything of value.

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Post Post #767  (ISO)  » Sat Jun 27, 2020 1:15 am

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime
  • [80, 187, 345, 156, 178, 185 344] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals
  • [102, 366, 87, 108, 198, 264, 159] { 3 | n } multiplies of 3
  • [73, 157, 231, 35, 111, 72, 101] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 82 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 84 points
  • [81, 189, 324, 27] { 27 | n } multiples of 27
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [318, 266, 208, 154] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 2 | Σi∈[0,d]ai and 2 | n, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Even numbers whose digit sum is also even

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 99 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)

It is vincentw's turn.

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Post Post #768  (ISO)  » Sat Jun 27, 2020 1:14 pm

Prodding vincentw
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Post Post #769  (ISO)  » Sun Jun 28, 2020 3:26 am

Play 23, 293, and 161 as numbers equivalent to 5 mod 6.

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Post Post #770  (ISO)  » Sun Jun 28, 2020 4:28 am

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime
  • [80, 187, 345, 156, 178, 185 344] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals
  • [102, 366, 87, 108, 198, 264, 159] { 3 | n } multiplies of 3
  • [73, 157, 231, 35, 111, 72, 101] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 82 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 84 points
  • [81, 189, 324, 27] { 27 | n } multiples of 27
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [318, 266, 208, 154] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 2 | Σi∈[0,d]ai and 2 | n, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Even numbers whose digit sum is also even
  • [23, 293, 161] { n ≡ 5 (mod 6) } numbers equivalent to 5 mod 6

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 99 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)

It is skitter30's turn.

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Post Post #771  (ISO)  » Mon Jun 29, 2020 11:28 pm

In post 770, Plotinus wrote:[81, 189, 324, 27] { 27 | n } multiples of 27


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Post Post #772  (ISO)  » Tue Jun 30, 2020 12:10 am

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime
  • [80, 187, 345, 156, 178, 185 344] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals
  • [102, 366, 87, 108, 198, 264, 159] { 3 | n } multiplies of 3
  • [73, 157, 231, 35, 111, 72, 101] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 82 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 84 points
  • [81, 189, 324, 27, 297] { 27 | n } multiples of 27
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [318, 266, 208, 154] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 2 | Σi∈[0,d]ai and 2 | n, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Even numbers whose digit sum is also even
  • [23, 293, 161] { n ≡ 5 (mod 6) } numbers equivalent to 5 mod 6

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 99 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)

It is Micc's turn.

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Post Post #773  (ISO)  » Tue Jun 30, 2020 12:46 am

64, 6, 350 to complete even numbers whose digit sum is also even
"To hide a tree, use a forest" -Ninja Boy Hideo

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Post Post #774  (ISO)  » Tue Jun 30, 2020 12:57 am

Spoiler: completed sequences
  • [54, 183, 272, 313, 115, 182, 278, 218 ] Numbers where you can ignore 1 digit and use mathematical operators on the remaining digits to get 4
  • [78, 126, 336, 348, 192, 315, 123] { n is composite and n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai is composite; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } composite numbers whose digit sum is composite
  • [55, 226, 253, 190, 19, 352, 334] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0 } numbers whose digit sum equals 10
  • [3, 7, 229, 5, 179, 17, 137] primes
  • [25, 44, 63, 365, 52, 62, 88, 175] { i % (i % 10) == 0 } Numbers divisible by their last digit
  • [166, 337, 333, 112, 311, 155, 144, 338] Numbers with at least one immediately repeating digit
  • [1, 4, 43, 141, 301, 302, 341] have four or fewer factors
  • [90, 322, 303, 329, 136, 210, 149, 228, 38, 188] numbers that are composite after removing the smallest digit
  • [234, 342, 356, 140, 173, 200, 280, 299] { n = 100×a + 10×b + c with c < a + b} 3 digit numbers where the last digit is less than the sum of the first two digits
  • [39, 86, 261, 32, 33, 76, 93] can be spelled digit by digit with ten or fewer letters in English, no leading zeroes, 0 is spelled as zero
  • [174, 118, 274, 232, 316, 180, 358 ] { 2 | n ∧ n ≥ 100 } 3 digit even numbers
  • [48, 135, 306, 40, 84, 132, 243] { k2 | n, k > 1} numbers that are divisible by a perfect square greater than one
  • [235, 242, 268, 259, 22, 34, 195, 97] numbers with a 2-digit prime factor
  • [125, 270, 320, 30, 45, 100, 150] { 2i×3j×5k with i, j, k ≥ 0} 5-smooth numbers
  • [202, 351, 204, 260, 296, 300, 354] have a three digit factor other than itself
  • [120, 143, 194, 8, 15, 98, 170] { n ∈ [k2 - 2, k2 + 2], k ∈ ℤ numbers within 2 of a perfect square
  • [191, 359, 305, 271, 199, 163, 109] { n > 100 ∧ n % 2 = 1 } 3 digit odd numbers
  • [128, 196, 319, 193, 172, 158, 288] numbers wherein if i spell the numbers out digit by digit in english, i can take the first letter of each digit and use those letters to form an english word (i.e. anagrams are allowed)
  • [116, 217, 219, 215, 114, 127, 222] Three digit numbers in which you can draw a date separator between two digits and get a valid date in both month/day and day/month format (not necessarily with the separator in the same place)—the separator must follow, not precede, a medial zero
  • [16, 113, 153, 281, 325, 353, 364] any side of all primitive Pythagorean triangles with its hypotenuse no larger than the largest number in the deck
  • [95, 138, 246, 58, 335, 314, 247] squarefree composite numbers
  • [37, 53, 75, 339, 9, 57, 197] all digits are odd
  • [220, 162, 18, 42, 107, 201, 213, 230] n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 0 < Σi∈[0,d]ai < 10; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers where the sum of the digits is a single digit
  • [121, 209, 252, 29, 67, 92, 119 ] { (n(n+1)/2 + 1) or (n(n+1)/2 - 1) } numbers that are exactly one away from a triangular number
  • [134, 146, 238, 248, 145, 139, 236] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c with 0 < a < b < c < 10} 3 digit numbers whose digits are in strictly ascending order
  • [176, 298, 295, 251, 330, 258, and 211] { n = 100*a + 10*b + c, b is odd } 3 digit numbers where the middle digit is odd
  • [20, 56, 60, 85, 36, 41, 66, 79, 82] { 9 < n < 100 2 digit numbers
  • [361, 283, 343, 223, 241, 355, 331, 91] { n ≡ 1 (mod 6) } (multiples of 6) + 1
  • [105, 122, 239, 287, 50, 177, 263] digit sum is squarefree (1 counts as squarefree)
  • [244, 267, 212, 221, 288, 227, 206] numbers where the amount of digits that are "2" is an infinitely recurring percentage
  • [347, 130, 357, 233, 133, 307, 340, 362] numbers where the amount of digits that are "3" is an infinitely recurring percentage.
  • [65, 345 285, 240, 160, 70, 225] { 5 | n } multiples of 5
  • [47, 74, 131, 245, 71, 117, 151] remove each digit that is a power of 2 (including 1) and you're left with a prime
  • [80, 187, 345, 156, 178, 185 344] numbers that contain an L when written in roman numerals
  • [102, 366, 87, 108, 198, 264, 159] { 3 | n } multiplies of 3
  • [73, 157, 231, 35, 111, 72, 101] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with aii is not composite, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Numbers none of whose digits are composite
  • [318, 266, 208, 154, 64, 6, 350] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with 2 | Σi∈[0,d]ai and 2 | n, d > 0 ∈ ℤ } Even numbers whose digit sum is also even


Topology: Micc, Not_Mafia: 89 points
  • [171, 323, 77] palindromes
  • [249, 224, 292] Remove each digit that is a 2 and you are left with a perfect square.

Measure: StrangerCoug, vincentw: 84 points
  • [46, 59, 164] { n ≡ ±1 (mod 15) } numbers equivalent to ±1 mod 15
  • [286, 207, 349] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with Σi∈[0,d]ai = k2; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } Numbers whose digit sum is a perfect square
  • [23, 293, 161] { n ≡ 5 (mod 6) } numbers equivalent to 5 mod 6

Dynamics: lilith2013, skitter30: 99 points
  • [328, 28, 276, 275] numbers that contain a 27 or 28
  • [124, 214, 282] { n = a010d + a110d-1 + ... + ad100 with ai = 2k; ai ≥ 0, d > 0; k ∈ ℤ } numbers that consist only of digits that are powers of 2 (including 1)
  • [81, 189, 324, 27, 297] { 27 | n } multiples of 27

It is StrangerCoug's turn.

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