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If you don’t treat ? as an unknown variable, then it is unsolvable, being an expression.

The n suggests it should have sigma or limit notation, in which case a boundary is needed to find a solution.Given sigma notation this is a convergent infinite series under the squeeze theorem.
The limit as n approaches infinity is zero.

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Lmao! Just finished the archive backwards. Gotta say, the best part of doing it backwards was seeing Vee’s comments getting progressively (or regressively since I went backwards :/ ) more vicious. I’m adding this to the top of my daily webcomic check list, riiiight above chainsawsuit. Keep up the awesome work 😉

me? harsh? no!

SinX=n

that’s only acceptable if the initial value of ? is one.

The equation result is 6 🙂

Ding Ding Ding!

Isn’t that the chemical formula for jello?

That formula cannot possibly be solved. Without it equaling something, or having values for x or n there is no way to know what it equals.

Oh yeah?

How about:

x = Arcsin(?n)

n = sin(x)/?

? = (1/n)sin(x)

It’s all about what you consider to be a solution.

If you don’t treat ? as an unknown variable, then it is unsolvable, being an expression.

The n suggests it should have sigma or limit notation, in which case a boundary is needed to find a solution.Given sigma notation this is a convergent infinite series under the squeeze theorem.

The limit as n approaches infinity is zero.

1/n sin x

cancel out the n’s

1*si x

1*6

6

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respect

Good