In post 1417, Farren wrote:What do you mean by "add up to a multiple of 7?" I'd thought you meant "add the digits together; the result is a multiple of 7", but 1+6+5 = 12, which isn't a multiple of 7 (and 165 doesn't have a 7 in it), so I must be misinterpreting you.
In post 1419, Farren wrote:Ah, okay. So with a three-digit number, you can take two of the digits as a two-digit number. Makes sense.
In post 1396, Plotinus wrote:Spoiler: completed sequences
Swinnerton-Dyer: StrangerCoug, Farren (8 points):
- [5, 57, 600] first digit is a 5 or a 6
- [23, 56, 300] Numbers whose digit sum is prime
Navier-Stokes: Nancy Drew 39, Rockhopper (10 points):
Yang-Mills: Sirius9121, Not_Mafia (16 points):
- [18, 81, 84] 2-digit numbers where exactly one digit is an 8
- [4, 25, 144, 1000] perfect powers (power must be greater than or equal to 2)
- [512, 529, 729] triple digit numbers
It is Sirius9121's turn ((expired on 2020-10-28 00:49:20))
sorry, i haven't been feeling well since Thursday and I haven't be able to tell whether your sequence meets the rules or not.
I suspect it doesn't because there are an infinite number of things i could multiply my cards by to get them to all start with something? You posted this 10 hours after Nancy did so you've only used up 10 hours of your turn.
Nancy is V/LA until Friday