# Not even chatgpt knows how to solve this

Not even ChatGPT knows how to solve this

1. 1 year ago
Anonymous

>not even chatGPT
Black person, if you're trying to piss me off you succeeded

2. 1 year ago
Anonymous

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3. 1 year ago
Anonymous

This belongs to a class of unsolved problems called the abc conjectures iirc

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

Really?
I thought it was just algebra... Linear algebra at the most.

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

It is algebra but there are still many unsolved problems even in algebra

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

It is linear algebra and modular arithmetic, this is moronic and very simple

4. 1 year ago
Anonymous

I know at least 3 solutions:
(x,y,z) = (500, 0, 0)
(x,y,z) = (0, 333.33.., 0)
(x,y,z) = (0, 0, 10)
The remaining solutions are left as exercise.

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

Just invent a new number that covers all the cases.

5. 1 year ago
Anonymous

Run a computer program checking for each integer x up to 100 and for each integer y up to 100 whether [math] 2x+2yin 100mathbb{N} [/math]

6. 1 year ago
Anonymous

It's just a plane in R^3.

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

You need to find the grid meet points in N^3

7. 1 year ago
Anonymous

x=3, y=-2, z=10?

8. 1 year ago
Anonymous

2*175+3*50+100*5 = 1000

x=175
y=50
z=5

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

9. 1 year ago
Anonymous

[...]

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10. 1 year ago
Anonymous

How is this hard? There's tons of solutions. The immediate one I saw was x = 150, y = 200, z = 1

11. 1 year ago
Anonymous

ChatGPT needs lessons in arithmetic

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

ChatGPT is a language model, it can't do math.

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

True. It can only give accurate results if the answer was in the training data. On top of that it seems to be capable of translating the result into other languages. I.E. from mathematical notation into code, as long as the answer is not too complex or long.

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

Look closely at the first sentence of both yours and cgpt's, you can see that cgpt reads it in *italic*

12. 1 year ago
Anonymous

ChatGPT is fully capable of generating complex results

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

Nah, it cheats looking in its training data and seasons the result text with tons of gaslighting.

13. 1 year ago
Anonymous

I don't get it, is this supposed to be funny?
Just a middle school equation?

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

Without more constrains it has infinite solutions, and GPT gave me the correct answer. OP is full of shit.

14. 1 year ago
Anonymous

it just solved the thing, it said
x= 262,
y = 175,
z = 1. YOU ARE A FUKCING LIAR I WILL FKIN SLIT YOUR THAROAT YOU FRICK I WILL RIP YOUR INTESTINES FOR LYING U AUTISTISTISTIC FRICK

15. 1 year ago
Anonymous

X = 0
Y = 0
Z = 10
You're welcome. Math majors can suck a dick.

16. 1 year ago
Anonymous

for x in range(500):
for y in range(334):
for z in range(10):
res = 2*x+3*y+100*z
if res == 1000:
print(x,y,z)

there are 922 solutions

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

IndentationError: expected an indented block after 'for' statement on line 1

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

> say you don't know how to program in python without saying you don't know how to program in python

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

Even without the syntax error mentioned in

IndentationError: expected an indented block after 'for' statement on line 1

your code misses two solutions: (500, 0, 0) and (0, 0, 10), since range(n) iterates from 0 to n - 1

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

this is what happens when matlab programmer tries to program in python

17. 1 year ago
Anonymous

>BOT figures out Diophantine equations again

18. 1 year ago
Anonymous

(2,32,9) is a solution
(26,16,9) is also a solution
(102,32,7) is also also a solution
I don't know what this means

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

Then go back to baby algebra to understand how to plug in numbers into letters and get a number when you simplify

19. 1 year ago
Anonymous

If X,Y and Z are natural integers, we can easily see that Z < 11 (othewise, LHS is stricly greatet thab RHS).

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

There's no information given. X,Y and Z could be any real for all we know. If you allow negative values the number of solutions is infinite.

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

The number of solutions are still infinite even if you don't have negatives

• 1 year ago
Anonymous

I meant negative integers but yes, I see your point.

20. 1 year ago
Anonymous

Because chatGPT is a language emitter, not a calculator (not even a poor one)

21. 1 year ago
Anonymous

Let's assume x=0 and y=0 for simplicity
Let's also assume z=0
Now it's easy to see that 0 isn't equal to 1000
Clearly there is no solution so you gave it am impossible problem

22. 1 year ago
Anonymous

[eqn]S=left{,
left.vec{x}=begin{bmatrix}
500\0\0
end{bmatrix}+lambdabegin{bmatrix}
-3\2\0
end{bmatrix}+mubegin{bmatrix}
-50\0\1
end{bmatrix};rightvert;lambda,muinmathbb{R}
,right}[/eqn]