bigh0rt wrote:Well, in the set of Natural Numbers, it's {1, 2}. In the set of Whole Numbers, it's {0, 1, 2}, and in the set of integers it's {..., -1, 0, 1, 2}. Hope that helped.
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bigh0rt wrote:Well, in the set of Natural Numbers, it's {1, 2}. In the set of Whole Numbers, it's {0, 1, 2}, and in the set of integers it's {..., -1, 0, 1, 2}. Hope that helped.
knapplc wrote:bigh0rt wrote:Well, in the set of Natural Numbers, it's {1, 2}. In the set of Whole Numbers, it's {0, 1, 2}, and in the set of integers it's {..., -1, 0, 1, 2}. Hope that helped.
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bigh0rt wrote:knapplc wrote:bigh0rt wrote:Well, in the set of Natural Numbers, it's {1, 2}. In the set of Whole Numbers, it's {0, 1, 2}, and in the set of integers it's {..., -1, 0, 1, 2}. Hope that helped.
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Frenchiegangsta9 wrote:bigh0rt wrote:knapplc wrote:Nerd.
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Tim Lincecum is likely headed to an arbitration hearing with the Giants in order to determine his 2010 salary.
Lincecum asked for $13 million and was offered $8 million when arbitration figures were exchanged two weeks ago. Little progress has been made toward a compromise. "I think that's the direction (a hearing) they've wanted this to go from Day 1," said the ace's agent, Rick Thurman, "simply because there's been little or no discussions with regards to a contract."
JTWood wrote:MLB apparently is stepping in to defend all owners and try to keep Lincecum from getting paid more than they want to pay.
Never mind that this is the Giants' fault in the first place, right?
JTWood wrote:MLB apparently is stepping in to defend all owners and try to keep Lincecum from getting paid more than they want to pay.
Never mind that this is the Giants' fault in the first place, right?
GiantsFan14 wrote:JTWood wrote:MLB apparently is stepping in to defend all owners and try to keep Lincecum from getting paid more than they want to pay.
Never mind that this is the Giants' fault in the first place, right?
how exactly is it the Giants' fault?
JTWood wrote:GiantsFan14 wrote:JTWood wrote:MLB apparently is stepping in to defend all owners and try to keep Lincecum from getting paid more than they want to pay.
Never mind that this is the Giants' fault in the first place, right?
how exactly is it the Giants' fault?
I'm gonna let you tell me how it's not instead.
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