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Coldzera made Device cry
And it's quite obvious that they are after teams which are actually good. Given the question I guess he should have said he met a Silver 2-player once and that was the worst? Of course he says Zeus,...
Coldzera made Device cry
And your opinion is simply not backed up by anything but your own retarded mind. There's no questioning that he had great impact on that team.
Coldzera made Device cry
"well, there was this gold nova 3 player once when I played MM. He sure was shit"
0.9 kd faceit lvl 10
The way you talk about K/D (you're talking about a ratio) makes it impossible to be negative. The lowest K/D you can have is 0, meaning 0 kills and X deaths. The game doesn't count TK toward K/D-ratio...
8:2(2+2)=
Yeah, it's an expression which can be simplified (to 16, of course). Just wanted to be a know-it-all. :P You seem educated in maths at least. :)
8:2(2+2)=
To be fair, 8:2(2+2) isn't an equation.
asap rocky ungrateful
Which just isn't true. Regeringen in Sweden can use both 'abolition' and 'nåd' to let people go free from sentences (before and after a passed sentence). They are independant in ways that the politi...
asap rocky ungrateful
1. The prime minister cannot do anything, though Regeringen in Sweden do have the option of "Abolition" (which is to say that whatever the sentence will be, it doesn't matter) and "Nåd" (Letting the p...
8:2(2+2)=
And what I am saying is that by our own rules these days, this equation is not ambiguous. There's one answer.
8:2(2+2)=
Afaik (a few years since I had the course of maths history) it was in the early 1900's. I'm sure there's something if you google when our modern Order of Operations were accepted.
8:2(2+2)=
No, there is nothing to interpret. If we use the rules we have today, there's only the answer 16. If you want to go out of your way and use your own rules, which no other mathematician uses, then you ...
8:2(2+2)=
Using order of operations then yes, we'd get 16. There is absolutely no other answer. But this problem comes from a time when we had no order of operations and then you would get 1. I don't know why t...
8:2(2+2)=
x=(2+2) then it's 2x. There you go.
8 GB RAM VS 16 GB ?
I mean, at least use proper SI-units. 100 mb? What you mean is more likely 100 MB.
8 GB RAM VS 16 GB ?
100mb? I highly doubt it.