In the Sith temple on Dxun, there are the ancent termnals, which are kind of like a logic and math puzzle. The logic one was easy, C. But the math one,,,, err... I tired one sequence that seems like it would work, but it doesnt. Its been to long since I have taken a math class, basic algebra is kicking my ass here.

If anybody out there would please share the answer, it would be cool.

# Help: Dxun Temple Puzzle

Started by
liet_kynes
, Dec 28 2004 09:22 AM

7 replies to this topic

### #1

Posted 28 December 2004 - 09:22 AM

### #2

Posted 28 December 2004 - 06:41 PM

*SPOILER*

Just did that last night. Let me see if I remember it correctly.

(6*2)-8+9*1=13

Just did that last night. Let me see if I remember it correctly.

(6*2)-8+9*1=13

### #3

Posted 31 December 2004 - 12:58 PM

*SPOILER*

These operators dont work for me, the math is good, but it still blows up in my face!

(6*2)-8+9*1=13

I also tried, with no luck.

(6*2)-8+9/1=13

I wonder if this is an error caused by running the game from the HDD.

thanks for the help just the same.

These operators dont work for me, the math is good, but it still blows up in my face!

(6*2)-8+9*1=13

I also tried, with no luck.

(6*2)-8+9/1=13

I wonder if this is an error caused by running the game from the HDD.

thanks for the help just the same.

### #4

Posted 31 December 2004 - 08:33 PM

No, I was running it from the HD when I did that.

### #5

Posted 02 January 2005 - 08:05 PM

QUOTE(liet_kynes @ Dec 31 2004, 01:29 PM)

*SPOILER*

These operators dont work for me, the math is good, but it still blows up in my face!

(6*2)-8+9*1=13

I also tried, with no luck.

(6*2)-8+9/1=13

I wonder if this is an error caused by running the game from the HDD.

thanks for the help just the same.

These operators dont work for me, the math is good, but it still blows up in my face!

(6*2)-8+9*1=13

I also tried, with no luck.

(6*2)-8+9/1=13

I wonder if this is an error caused by running the game from the HDD.

thanks for the help just the same.

the second one won't work because if you divide everything by 1, the answer is 1. the first one should work, it worked for me.

### #6

Posted 04 January 2005 - 02:57 AM

Somebody needs to go back to math class....

Dividing everything by 1 doesn;t change the number at all.....it is like multiplying it by 1. For example......2 divided by 1 is still 2, the same for 3.5, 4.7, and 2.2292029863, as with every other number.

Dividing everything by 1 doesn;t change the number at all.....it is like multiplying it by 1. For example......2 divided by 1 is still 2, the same for 3.5, 4.7, and 2.2292029863, as with every other number.

### #7

Posted 04 January 2005 - 06:09 AM

QUOTE(chris_kalan @ Jan 4 2005, 03:28 AM)

Somebody needs to go back to math class....

Dividing everything by 1 doesn;t change the number at all.....it is like multiplying it by 1. For example......2 divided by 1 is still 2, the same for 3.5, 4.7, and 2.2292029863, as with every other number.

Dividing everything by 1 doesn;t change the number at all.....it is like multiplying it by 1. For example......2 divided by 1 is still 2, the same for 3.5, 4.7, and 2.2292029863, as with every other number.

shit, fuck, man, i r a dumass. i was thinking exponents.

### #8

Posted 08 January 2005 - 08:03 AM

multiply subtract add divide

*SPOILER*

(6*2)-8+9/1=13

or

12-8=4

4+9=13

13/1= 13

problem solved

the answer to the next computer is C

*SPOILER*

(6*2)-8+9/1=13

or

12-8=4

4+9=13

13/1= 13

problem solved

the answer to the next computer is C

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