Our current lounge which adjoins the kitchen!
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Finding a degree 4 extension of Q adjoin root (-21) that is a PID?

This question seems like it should be easy, but it's destroying me. Discriminant is -84, minkowski bound is 5.8ish so that we only need consider p=2,3,5. Let root(-21)=r, then Kummer factorization gives that

2R=(2, 1+ r)^2,



it seems apparent we are supposed to adjoin two of the square roots of 2,3,5, or 7 (or perhaps root -2,-3,-5,-7). correct me if this is wrong. By taking Norms we see any element in our extension generating a principal ideal that divides 2R has norm 2, similarly for 3R has norm 3, and for 5R has norm 5. This is as far as I've seriously gotten: I've tooled around for a while with adjoining pairs and checking for elements of valid norms (which I list below) but nothing has worked. I am thinking I may need to focus more on adjoining negative roots.

Considering real roots, elements of norm 2 are sqrt(2), sqrt(3)-1, sqrt(7)-sqrt(5), sqrt(5)-sqrt(3), and their conjugates (I'm definitely missing some good candidates but these seem reasonable). Elements of norm 3 are sqrt(3), sqrt(5)-sqrt(2), sqrt(7)-2, etc. Elements of norm 5 are sqrt(5), sqrt(7)-sqrt(2), 2sqrt(2)-sqrt(3), etc. Essentially I think that it is not possible to have an element of norm 5 by adjoining both sqrt(3), sqrt(7) but I honestly have no clue.

If some of this makes no sense, I apologize because these computations are proving pretty difficult for me to wrap my head around. Can someone suggest a valid pair along with perhaps some generators? Thank you!

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Adjoin Garden / July Cooperative Company archdaily.com/950188/adjo…
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Got the keys to my new house which adjoins the golf course I’m a member of. I haven’t come home before dark on one occasion since settling in! I love it! v.redd.it/aoiub4usl9r51
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This beautiful beach adjoins a town with the same name which had major environmental problems through the 1990s.
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My shop adjoins the premium luxury wing of our service building. Sometimes I walk into the lot in the morning to see a casual F40. Apparently Scottsdale and PV is full of F40s just sitting. I've seen at least 6-7 here in the past year and a half for refurbs or services after storage.
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I’m getting back into playing for the first time since my senior year of highschool now that I’m finally recovered from adjoins hockey and life related injuries was wondering how i should go about trying to shoot a puck around again before going to my schools club team.

I also need to pick up new knee pads since my old ones got shattered towards the end of my playing time. I’m in chicago so i wouldn’t be surprised if the rinks are still under some limited capacity near me.

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Anyone know what these are? Found a ton of them where this redwood grass border adjoins to the fence.
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Model Y tailgate *IS* the rear bumper?! Having been rear-ended in my S, this is concerning... especially since the top edge adjoins a very expensive piece of glass.
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Unsound-but-awesome lens combinators: lensProduct and adjoin tek.brick.do/96a83b0f-d2f…
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To the kids spray painting the sides of a big boring grey warehouse that adjoins abandoned land

The fog was so thick you couldn't be seen, very clever and I look forward to seeing your art on my next walk

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After deciding my new AnyCubic Photon is just too slick looking to banish to the basement, I decided it gets to live in my office with the Ender3 Pro. Since that area adjoins my living room, I got some things to mitigate resin fumes. Printed up a rear duct adapter and the filter just arrived!
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TIL I learned the difference between a graveyard and a cemetery. A graveyard adjoins a church, whereas a cemetery does not. You can also bury ashes in a cemetery. thehindu.com/books/know-y…
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Deepweed (Adjoin by XSullo)
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TIL Graveyard is a burial ground that adjoins a church’s and a cemetery is a burial ground that does not. People are buried in graveyards but in cemeteries it can be both people and ashes. thehindu.com/books/know-y…
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[ANCAPS] In an ANCAP utopia how many toll roads will adjoin my house?

I live in rural America. How many companies can I expect to offer toll road services to my house without government getting in the way?

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You can add a new state off any of the U.S. coasts, but what state do you adjoin it to, and what's its history?

The alternate United States of America is something occasionally used in fiction but what would be your new states [let's assume you could add 10 more states to the U.S.]?

What do you think the state would be like culturally, geographically etc., and in terms of demographics, political voting etc.? What would the food be like?

I'm interested to know.

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A little piece of art we crafted today,with help of my mentor managed to adjoin two different piece altogether with crocheting ,beads & stone.We named it β€˜NecChoker’ FINAL RESULT πŸ™
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Jacob's Well is located northwest of Wimberley, Texas. The 12-foot (3.7 m) diameter mouth of the spring serves as a popular swimming spot for the local land owners whose properties adjoin Cypress Creek. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jac…
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How do I adjoin 4x4's?

I want to build this bed.

How do I go about adjoining the 4x4's? Just wood glue?

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Fresh COVID breach in WA hotel quarantine system after guest is infected by man in adjoining room abc.net.au/news/2021-06-0…
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[Room] Well lit sitting area adjoins the kitchen in this completely renovated mid-century home located in Waco, Texas. [1000 Γ— 667]
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πŸ‘€︎ u/RPBot
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The Shipyard - I adjoined my base to a trading outpost to make it feel more alive. v.redd.it/yoej4pawlb671
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I think the lowly garage door opener is often overlooked. Transitioned to a belt drive, upgraded springs/bearings and new nylon rollers. This is dang near silent now. Standing in the mud room adjoining this, you can't hear it all. v.redd.it/lpqwo8ilau271
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Do any of the resorts have adjoining rooms? By this, I mean two rooms and a door between them to go back and forth.
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TIL The Oval Office Study is the working office of the President of the United States. It adjoins the Oval Office, the ceremonial office of the president and is accessed from a small corridor outside the Oval Office, which includes the president's private lavatory and the president's dining room en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ova…
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Teacher in classroom next door (adjoining door) was eavesdropping. He came into my classroom, to embarrass and humiliate me in front of students... over what he heard from eavesdropping!

So today, a few students and I were joking, laughing. Joking about a repair guy who came in to fix something in the classroom. I said, "yup being polite and friendly went a long way to get everything repaired and fixed."

I teach high school, so the kids and I were embellishing, calling each other "queen". You know, just casual fun.

The teacher next door (we have an adjoining door...) He walked right into my classroom and said, "that isn't what happened. They never replied this and that. They NEVER DID THAT." He inserted himself into a conversation that was none of his business. And was "correcting" facts he overheard, that again, were none of his business.

The students were stunned and shocked. And they all stared at me with second hand embarrassment. I was embarrassed and also shocked at what he did and how aggressive he was.

I didn't say anything except. "Okay."

Then he calmed down and asked a very arbitrary question and went back to his room.

The kids then said things like: "Is he really listening to our conversations?!" "Eeeewww. What was that?!" "How rude." "Are you serious?! Did that really just happen!"

I said, "everyone calm down. Let's finish our work." And we stopped laughing and joking. He killed the happy classroom vibe.

Idk, what is wrong with this man and why he keeps trying to bring me down. It makes no sense!

Not only is eavesdropping so rude but it sets such a bad example!

The first week, I worked there, he called me a nobody. And when I try to explain something, he actually brushes me off. Waves his hand in the air and shakes his head. Cuts me off and doesn't let me finish speaking. He also said I have to come to work no matter what, even if a relative dies I need to learn how to hold it together and show up for work. When I voice my concerns he labels me "hysterical".

Has anyone else experienced another teacher with such a big fragile ego or dare I say, a misogynist?

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[QLD] People in the Novotel HQ face additional testing and extended quarantine after transmission between adjoining rooms detected

"The couple came in on June 8 into hotel quarantine and then the single person came in on June 10.

"But they immediately became positive and then the couple later became positive.

"So, we're contacting all of the 30 people on that floor 5 and anyone who left quarantine during the period that I'm concerned about.

"So they're all being contacted.

"And the people on floor 5, their stay has been extended until we've been able to confirm that there's been no additional transmission.

"I mean, it's reassuring that it is one room to the room next door, and we've seen, unfortunately, that happen across the country in our hotels.

"We now, of course, have all of our staff fully vaccinated and all of our staff working in these get tested every single day.

"We'll retest all of the staff again whether or not they're at work or on leave, so we'll go back to all of our staff and see if there's any positive cases there.

"But so far, with all of that daily testing, there hasn't been any"

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πŸ“…︎ Jun 23 2021
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LPT: If your area's tennis courts adjoin wooded areas, creep around in the brush and you will find plenty of lost tennis balls, most in good enough shape to use -- a money saver!

Haven't bought any since my kids took up the sport a few years back.

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Puzzle: Woman in adjoining hotel rooms

This is a question in a book I’m reading:

β€œAn eccentric woman has booked three adjacent and adjoining hotel rooms. When she checks in, she tells the receptionist that if he needs her, she will always be in the room next door to the room she was in the night before. The receptionist thinks nothing of this until an hour later when he realizes that her credit card has been declined, and he must now go find her. The problem is that he is very busy and only has time to knock on one door per day. How many days does he need to guarantee that he finds her?

What if it were four rooms?

Five rooms?

What if it were 17 rooms, and she is checked in for 30 daysβ€”can he find her before she leaves?”

Three rooms is simple enough. I’d check the middle room, if she wasn’t there then I know she was in one of the sides, which means she’ll go next door which would put her back in the middle the next day to find her.

I’ve been thinking about the four rooms and am stuck.

I would check one of the two middle rooms, say the second from the left. If she wasn’t in it, then that means she’s in one of the other rooms:

  • far left: next day she’s in the second from the left
  • second from the right: she could be in the second from the left, or the far right
  • far right: she’s now in the second from the right

She couldn’t possibly be far left, so that eliminates that choice. I feel like I should go second from the left again, since two possibilities would lead to her being there. If I go there again and she’s not there, it means she could only have been in the second from the right or the far right…

  • second from the right: either second from the left, or far right.
  • far right: second from the right.

Still sort of the same situation… She could be in three places, but now equally likely. If I go second from the left again, and she’s not there, it doesn’t change anything. If I go second from the right, and she’s not there then she was either in the second from the left or the far right, which then opens up the far left again which doesn’t seem like what I want.

Any help with how I should be thinking about this?

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A level generation algorithm for adjoined rectangular rooms separated by doorways

I though I would share the algorithm I'm using to generate levels for my current roguelike work-in-progress. I needed fairly small levels with rooms that didn't need narrow hallways to connect them. My solution was to start with one room and, until I reach the desired size for the level, pick an existing room at random and build a new room of off one of its four walls. This way, every room will share a wall with at least one other room, which allow a doorway connect them without needing long tunnels.

I wrote the algorithm in gdscript for the Godot engine, but I've translated it into pseudocode here.

    # First we define some necessary classes.
    class Rect2:
        var position
        var size
        var end
        func Rect2(_position, _size):
            position = _position
            size = _size
            end = position+size
        func position(): # getter for position
            return position
        func position(val): # setter for position
            position = val
            end = val+size
        func size(): # getter for size
            return size
        func size(val): # setter for size
            size = val
            end = position+val
        func end(): # getter for end
            return end
        func end(val): # setter for end
            end = val
            size = val-position
    class Vector2:
        var x
        var y
        # you will need to impliment vector math operators +, -, *, /, +=, and -=
        func Vector2(_x,_y):
            x = _x
            y = _y

    const ROOM_MAX_SIZE = 10
    const ROOM_MIN_SIZE = 5
    const DESIRED_FILL_RATIO = .55

    var NUM_ENEMIES = 0

    var width as int
    var height as int
    var placed_rooms = []
    var filled_area = 0
    var total_area = -1

    var doors = [] # array of Vector2

    var start as Vector2 # where the player begins the level
    var end as Vector2 # the stairs going to the next level

    # extent variables => used to make sure that the dimensions of the level do not excede its height or width
    var left_extent as int
    var right_extent as int
    var top_extent as int
    var bottom_extent as int

    const directions = ["North", "East", "South", "West"]

    func generate(w, h):
        width =
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Well lit sitting area adjoins the kitchen in this completely renovated mid-century home located in Waco, Texas. [1000 Γ— 667]
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TIL I learned the difference between a graveyard and a cemetery. A graveyard adjoins a church, whereas a cemetery does not. You can also bury ashes in a cemetery. - todayilearned reddit.com/r/todayilearne…
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Know_Your_Shit
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Sigma Labs Inc (OTCMKTS:SGLB) Adjoins Hands With America Makes journaltranscript.com/201…
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Does Lady Mary's room have a window that looks onto the adjoining hallway?

I'm rewatching the series and I am on season 1 episode 5. During the conversation between Mary and Cora, we see Edith's face reflected in a picture frame in Mary's room. On my previous rewatches I thought their rooms were adjacent and somehow had a hidden window between them covered by a picture. On this rewatch we see Edith's face reflected in the frame as if she were in the room! The wall paper at the moment of reflection is the same wallpaper as in Mary's room. The scene then changes to Edith looking into Mary's room from the hallway while eavesdropping and then turning away. The walls in the hallway are not wallpapered. I find it hard to believe Mary's room would have a window that would enable people walking down the hall to look into her room. Was this a glitch or an artistic attempt at "walls have ears," "fly on the wall," or "little picters (pitchers originally) have big ears." The scene is at approximately 30:34 to 30:37. Can somebody please help; not understanding the perspective has been bothering me for a while!

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