I’m assuming there were multiple numerical systems at one point? Why is 7 * 7 written like this in many cultures but saying ‘seven times seven’ is very different.
I understand there are some dead base 6 numerical systems like Sumerian, and Japanese/Chinese characters are different, but the number of languages that are different is vastly greater than the number of numerical systems that are different.
For instance, [1, 4, 3, 2, 6, 20, 2, 50] becomes:
I II II L.
It’s quite LOSSy.
Hello, I'm new to coding and still learning. Apologies in advance for my noob question.
I'm having an issue that I am unable to get the numerical results of my first two functions available to be used in another function to compare the two. I want to be able to compare live prices on multiple exchanges at the same time.
I have been able to connect to two APIs,
I am also able to get these prices logged into the console on my browser.
But now I want to take the results of these functions and compare them to eachother and do an If else statement.
i.e. price on A is 1
price on B is 2.
if price on A is greater than price on B console.log('fire')
else console.log('No Go')
I want to be able to write a third function to compare the difference between these two. But my core issue is, I do not know how to call the result ( a number ) of the functions I created successfully and use them at a later time in my code. I really need to know how to do this and have not been able to figure it out over multiple days.
Everything I have tried has either led to the original numbers being shown on the console a second time Or I get NaN.
Code shown on https://jsfiddle.net/#&togetherjs=HrIgaCRDnT
Thank you kind people of the internet. I wish you well on your travels.
I feel like the street/number naming system works for nyc and its grids, but I feel like giving official/unique names to stations would add flavor and character to a neighborhood/station. What are some names you’d give to numerical stations?
I definitely would rename the 23 st RW stop Flatiron. I would rename broadway lafayette/bleecker st station as NoHo. Prince street RW would be Soho. Spring st 6 would be Nolita. Delancey Essex would be Lower East Side Center. 86th st Q would be Yorkville South. 96th would be Yorkville North. 72nd 123 would be Verdi Square. Nassau Ave G would be McCarren. Greenpoint Ave would be Greenpoint. West 4th would be Greenwich Village-Washington Sq. Christopher st 1 would be West Village. Bergen st FG Cobble Hill. Carroll st FG Carroll Gardens
Would never rename east broadway dimes square or whatever tf it’s being rebranded as lol
Numbers can be repeated, only whole numbers.
I don't mind using freely available software.
Eagerly I signed with my blood, knowing that a few days was nothing compared to the promised lifetime of power and riches, but my excitement turned to horror when the demon arranged the tiles: 3^(21).
Basically, the same somewhat good trend as last week.
We are WAY off the peaks. WHOHOO!!!
We're still losing around 366 people a day in the USA. That's like crashing a commercial jet liner full of people every day.
A little more statistical commentary this week.
Remember that at-home tests are not counted, so real numbers are probably a couple of times higher.
85 RECORDED cases for today. (7 day MA of APH data for Travis)
That is 11% of the peak for the summer 2022 wave which was 791 on July 7/12/2022.
That is 3% of the all time peak of 2731 from 1/6/2022.
Travis County all time Total cases 314,175, or 329 cases per day since 3/13/2020. (953 days, when APH started counting.)
USA all time Total cases 97,063,357 or 101,000 per day since 3/13/2020.
Travis had 0 deaths this week, but 7 last week. I'd like to think that is "real," but I don't have a lot of confidence it isn't something like delayed data entry or random variation.
However, 7 is pretty low. 15% of our 2022 weekly deaths high of 45 for 1/23/2022. 11% of the all time high of 64 for 7/15/2021.
Travis all time total COVID deaths - 1, 760 total or 12 per week since 3/13/2020.
USA all time total COVID deaths - 1,065,152 total or 1,117 per day, or 7, 823 per week.
5 county MSA totals
Hospitalized - 39 - 5% of the peak of 728 on 1/19/2022
ICU - 4 - 1.6% of the peak of 237 on 08/22/2021
Vent - 1 - 0.5% of the peak of 174 on 08/29/2021
USA current daily numbers
We have an average of 366 deaths per day. (CDC 7MA)
37,000 daily cases. (CDC 7MA)
I think it's OK to relax precautions a little more, but it's still a good idea to keep up some precautions. Please be ready to tighten up your precautions if case numbers, hospitalizations, or deaths go back up again.
Get your bivalent booster. It probably gives much better protection from Omicron and its variants.
Many experts expect a winter wave in the USA. I understand their reasoning and think it's sound, but I don't have a lot of confidence we will see it. It's still worth being prepared and especially getting the latest bivalent booster.
I see no signs of a winter wave starting in the USA. Not YET. Of course, there haven't been a lot of signs of winter or even fall in the weather till the past few weeks.
Europe is definitely into a winter wave, and it sort of looks similar to the wave we're comin... keep reading on reddit ➡
Here is a sample of what I am trying to solve. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Links to my previous DD about halts for context
>Adding a further TLDR per mod request; LULD halts are volatility halts on a specific ticker that halt trading for a minimum of 5 minutes on that ticker. Several months ago I realized that the NYSE records all the halts that happen every trading day and save them on a website. So knowing this, I wondered if I could possibly find other tickers that had a significant number of halts between Jan 27 and Jan 29 of last year. When I looked at the data, I found a lot of the usual suspects and a few other tickers that hadn't really been discussed previously very much as possible swap basket stocks. I also found that, while the volume of halts did spike in that period last year, the highest period by far in the available data was in mid March 2020 (the COVID crash). So I theorized that halts are likely correlated to market volatility and may provide an alternative metric to VIX.A few weeks ago I made a post going into detail about some possible glitchy behavior I was seeing on the NYSE tracking page. Starting 9/29 the final halt resume time of the day started behaving oddly. Typically, the final resume time is either 16:00:00 or 16:00:01 EST and is posted to the site within 2 minutes of the closing bell. 9/29 took over 5 minutes if not 10 for the final times to be posted, but the time listed was normal. Then on 9/30 there was a halt that didn't end until 16:23:15, which was the 5th latest resume since August 2019. 10/3 had the same behavior as 9/29. 10/4 didn't have a halt going into after hours. 10/5 had a halt that didn't end until 16:10:46. 10/6 and 10/7 both had... keep reading on reddit ➡
Also both races are liable to charge and have superhuman durability and speed. Even a gaunt is stronger than an unenhanced human.
I just can’t wrap my mind around how the guard is not always instantly overwhelmed. Is there a good novel that depicts this?
For the aforementioned decimal numbers (e.g. 0.5), we're only judging the numbers that's at the left of their decimal points for this poll, because those are always fixed, while decimals themselves can vary.
I'll give mine as an example:
>My favorite number is 5, and that falls into the Ones range.
(Update: Negative integers like -1, -0.7, or -2.6 cannot actually have or be whole numbers, so sorry for the rather odd-sounding info that's initially written above.)
(Update 2: The number zero/0 is actually neither positive or negative, so apologies if the title/question didn't consider that.)
It’s funny because even back then I knew she was wrong
To those who said that they would rig the die to ensure that it can't come up as a one:
You could go that route, but consider that this is almost certainly a cursed object.
It was likely created with the intention of preying on a person's greed and tricking them into killing themselves. It pays a hefty ransom ($2000 - $20,000 per roll), but it's not enough that most people will be content. The expectation is that once someone makes that first throw, they will keep rolling the die until their luck runs dry and they eventually die. Are you confident that whoever or whatever created this thing didn't add a fail-safe that punishes cheaters?