# I Would Like My Credits Please

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I only got 15,000

DE pls

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Be happy you got 15k and not as stated there a bit more than 3 credits.

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Be happy you got 15k and not as stated there a bit more than 3 credits.

But I want 15,003 :'''''(

Not to mention that "e" is a variable and it would mean multiply. What if "e" is a number over a million?

Edited by rockthatwoodx
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I'd love to have so many credits that the game displays them in scientific notation...

Edited by BizarreFetalChimpanzee
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Be happy you got 15k and not as stated there a bit more than 3 credits.

Someone doesn't understand scientific notation.

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Someone doesn't understand scientific notation.

you going by decimal or  normal?

Wut o.O

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Directly from Wiki:

Most calculators and many computer programs present very large and very small results in scientific notation. Because superscripted exponents like 107 cannot always be conveniently displayed, the letter E or e is often used to represent times ten raised to the power of and is followed by the value of the exponent; in other words, for any two real numbers a and b, the usage of "aE+b" would indicate a value of a × 10b. Note that in this usage the character e is not related to the mathematical constant e or the exponential function ex (a confusion that is less likely with capital E); and though it stands for exponent, the notation is usually referred to as (scientific) E notation or (scientific) e notation, rather than (scientific) exponential notation (though the latter also occurs).

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That's a good...

3,548,787,058,409,500 credits...

3 quadrillion 548 trillion 787 billion 58 million 409 thousand 500 credits

Edited by Anarook
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That's a good...

3,548,787,058,409,500 credits...

Yes I just calculated this too. (thanks, Google)

DE, I would like my credits pl0x.

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e+105?

E+105???

I WANT E+105 CREDITS. NOW.

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e+105?

E+105???

I WANT E+105 CREDITS. NOW.

Unfortunately, it says 015. But that is still 1,000,000,000,000,000 credits.

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EDIT: double post

Edited by rockthatwoodx
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Unfortunately, it says 015. But that is still 1,000,000,000,000,000 credits.

What? okay... I got this wrong.

Now I don't want them anymore. You can have them :(

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I believe DE should give this man his credits for this gross mis-calculation and misleading... thing.

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I've had this more times than I can count.

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Directly from Wiki:

Most calculators and many computer programs present very large and very small results in scientific notation. Because superscripted exponents like 107 cannot always be conveniently displayed, the letter E or e is often used to represent times ten raised to the power of and is followed by the value of the exponent; in other words, for any two real numbers a and b, the usage of "aE+b" would indicate a value of a × 10b. Note that in this usage the character e is not related to the mathematical constant e or the exponential function ex (a confusion that is less likely with capital E); and though it stands for exponent, the notation is usually referred to as (scientific) E notation or (scientific) e notation, rather than (scientific) exponential notation (though the latter also occurs).

That's if you take it as the notation E.  If you take it as the mathematical constant e (Euler's Number), you are looking at ~2.71828, so 3.5587*2.71828+ 015, so about 25 credits.

Edited by Gelkor
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I've had this more times than I can count.

Yeah this is about the dozenth (sp?) time this has happened to me.

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with that much credits you'd never run out for ever O_o

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I am dismayed by how few people understand exponents.

Yes I just calculated this too. (thanks, Google)

Edited by Saenol
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If you got that much, I think you might have become Warframe god. You would of made it rain right?

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If you got that much, I think you might have become Warframe god. You would of made it rain right?

If trading/gifting credits was a thing...you would be the first person I make it rain on.

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I am dismayed by how few people understand exponents.

Considering that this happened to not be decimals and that this is only 28 credits, you shouldn't be dismayed at all.

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I only got 15,000

DE pls