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1 is reference to a single entity, the other is a broader subject. The answer is as vague as it is exact and its a positive thing not just optimistic ^^ cuz i dont like people using #s an events supposed algothryms, to hold control of 1 person over another for bad reasons, theres also somthing called multiple access protocol with selective retransmision. Im saying this cuz i got some feedback and id rather know somthing vagulely than let people use it by not saying nething at all.

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  • Can you please explain more about what you are asking? The most common 2 types of what? Correlations between what? Apr 29 '20 at 15:41
  • Really it would be the 2 most common beliefs of what the # means, the ? Is what r the relations the comparison i think its kinda funny.kinda like whats the deal about 666 5th av. What people would think about it one is they already found out about it its reffering to nero, the others a math thing quantum, so wheres the relation an what am i talking about told u about half the answer is nero Apr 29 '20 at 15:52
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    – Lesley
    Apr 29 '20 at 16:16
  • if you have a TRNG (true random number generator) or even a decent PRNG (pseudo random number generator) 6 will show up just as often as any other number. Binary is made from 1s and 0s, and 110 is 6 in binary (not sure what this has to do with anything
    – depperm
    Apr 29 '20 at 16:25
  • Well i think angry birds 2 really blows it out of proportion, an y would r teacher tell a classroom of kids that. Apr 29 '20 at 16:27

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