

There is no blood!
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You mean there is no blood in your alcohol stream?
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Stream just got disposed.
The sh*t I complain about
It's like there ain't a cloud in the sky and it's raining out  Eminem
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I may well have been out last night.
I may well have had some beers before dinner.
I may well have had some wine with dinner.
I may well have had brandy after dinner.
I may well have not enjoyed the school run this morning.
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Nagy Vilmos wrote: I may well have been out last night.
I may well have had some beers before dinner.
I may well have had some wine with dinner.
I may well have had brandy after dinner.
I may well have not enjoyed the school run been very lucky not to be breathalysed this morning.
FTFY!
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I am/was sober, just a leetle bit delicate.
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You've got to be damn careful these days: it only dissipates fairly slowly:
"On average your body will break down one unit of alcohol per hour, and each unit will increase your BAC by 20mg (up to 30 for women). The BAC limit is 80 mg per 100ml in England, Wales and Northern Ireland." (Google)
And 25ml of Brandy is a unit (or more!)
Beers, wine, brandy  at all adds up and it's horribly easy to be over the next day and not even know it...
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It's also terribly easy to do a breath test. As I am oft in France, I have a [probably not required] tester dohickey so I can always check meself.
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And the alcohol only starts to dissipates from the moment you finish your last alcoholic drink
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I would have thought the unit was ABC in this particular case.





This should be featured as a "Friday the 13th" problem.
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1010
But don't ask me for the one after that
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1111111111 is the one after. The original numbers are "10" is bases 10 to 3, so the next two are 10 in bases 2 and 1.





Nope: 1 is not a valid digit for a number (theoretically) based on 1, only 0 would be. Therefore 1 is not a valid number base.
Of course, you could continue at 2, 3, and so on. E. g. for the base 2, the representation of 10 (decimal) would be 11110 ( 1*(2)^4 + 1*(2)^3 + 1*(2)^2 + 1*(2)^1 + 0*(2)^0 )
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The Unary Numeral System is not base 1. Position does not determine value. It's not really even a numeral system.





Unary is not base 1, but base 1 is a unary system so the point is still valid.





Not really, as base 1 is, of course, logically impossible as mod 1, mod 1(1), mod 1(1(1)) etc. always return zero. Any attempt to represent a number in base 1 therefore produces an infinite series of 0 which means that it represents all values as equal and therefore fails to be a numeral system at all. In the sequence given therefore there is no entry which can possibly represent 10 in base 1.





No, base 1 just means there can only be 1 of something before it moves to the next level of units. So 1 is 1, 2 is 11, 3 is 111 and so on. Of course the "1" is arbitrary, you could choose "0" and say that 1 is 0, 2 is 00, 3 is 000 and so on.





No it isn't. You've forgotten that in any base b if there is b of any column value then you move to the next column to the left add 1 there and subtract b from the original column. In the tally system you do neither of these things so it cannot be a standard based numeral system, by definition. For further proof follow the procedure through ....
So counting in binary for example.
1 is 1 and all alone and ever more shall be so = 1
2 is 2 many for the rightmost column so we add 1 to the 2 column and enter 0 in the unit column = 10
3 is too many for the rightmost column so we take 2 to the 2 column and add 1 there and subtract the two from the unit column = 11
4 is too many for the rightmost column so we take 2 to the 2 column and add 1 there and subtract 2 from the unit column but that leaves 2 which is too many for the unit column so we take another 2 to the 2 column and add 1 there and subtract 2 from the unit column leaving 0. But now we have 2 in the 2 column which is too many so we take it to the 4 column and add 1 there and subtract 2 from the 2 column = 100
Now let's try that in unary ...
1 is .... too many for the first column so we take it to the 1^2 column and enter 0 in the unit column but it's also too many for the 1^2 column so we take it to the 1^3 column and subtract it from the 1^2 column leaving 0 but then it's also too big for the 1^3 column so ....
Like I said, whatever number you try to represent will always end up being an infinite series of 0s, in other words 0. So 1 > 0, 12 > 0, 3333 > 0. Not a numeral system.





Well I'm a programmer, not a mathematician. Proper mathematicians all agree how base 1 works so that's good enough for me. It might not fit your definition of what makes a base (you're forgetting that the "1" is symbolic, it doesn't mean "one unit greater than zero", so consider 3 in base 1 to be "xxx" and run that through your definition of base), but it fits my definition, and the definition of actual mathematicians so that's good enough for me.
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Actually it is infinity as the only two valid numbers in base one is 0 and infinity.
Brent





How ever old your wife is, as I'm guessing these are the ages of your sexual conquests.





I suspect the answer is in some shifty bits:
1011
1100
1101
1110
10100
10110
1100101
But, before I get a migraine trying to figure out where/what the last number derives from: I'd enjoy your answer
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The first response was right  1010:
10_{10} == 11_{9} == 12_{8} == 13_{7} == 14_{6} == 20_{5} == 22_{4} == 101_{3} == 1010_{2}
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