Member Since October 16, 2009 , From United States
About PGroot:

Mathematician, computer researcher


Recent Activity by PGroot

Commented: About PGroot's answer

Or as just demonstrated, he can create a screen name that is the same as mine, and post anything he wants. The only way you could know it's not me is that there is no profile, or the profile was ...

Commented: About PGroot's answer

Rocmike can't change your question unless he has your password, or someone at AOL Answers is making the changes.

Commented: About PGroot's answer

Someone could ask a Tadpole question anonymously, and try to get your Rocmike question deleted by AOL Answers.

Commented: About PGroot's answer

I think you mean Bilderberg.

Commented: About Anonymous's answer

You took the view that "millionarie" was meaningless, and that only an answer of millionaries would answer the question. You should have said that "miillionarie" was meaningless. I prefer to do my ...

Commented: About Physicist's answer

Physicist (formerly Zhorevs Alverov, Who, and before that I think it was Chivalrous Warrior Ben Sutton) is another Mike Dykes alias. I don't think he was ever in the Soviet Union. We know about the ...

Commented: About Brother Bill's answer

A bond will be worth the face value at maturity, most of the time, but not "no matter what". Bankruptcy may leave it worth much less. High yield bonds are more risky than most.

Commented: About Anonymous's answer

The word they used was miillionarie, with the first i doubled. Obviously misspelled.

Commented: About PGroot's answer

If it didn't say "factors", implying integers, it could be 195 x 2/3. And there is no sum involved.

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