Is everyone going to die in 2029?
It seems unlikely. Even I will only be 79 in 2029, and my family is noted for long life expectancy.
Oh, you were referring to the Friday, April 13, 2029 near pass by the asteroid Apophis? No, Apophis will certainly miss the Earth in 2029. However, it will come quite close to the Earth, and the Earth's gravity will deflect the orbit of Apophis very slightly, giving it a tiny but measurable probability of striking the Earth exactly seven years later, on Friday, April 13, 2036. (Note that BOTH passes will occur on Friday the 13th.)
Closer observations of Apophis' orbit during the CPA (Closest Point of Approach) in 2029 will allow us to more accurately predict the approach distance for the 2036 pass.
2029 is a prime number. So let N be any prime number other than 2029. Then 2029*N has the four factors 1, 2029, N and 2029*N. [If N = 2029, then 2029 and N are the same and you have only 3 factors.] So in theory you can find N. However, since there are infinitely many prime numbers, you cannot find them all.
There is only 1 value of N that satisfies 2029 x N has exactly three divisors: N = 2029 To have exactly three divisors, the number must be the square of a prime number. 2029 is a prime number with exactly 2 divisors (1 and 2029). Thus the only number with exactly three divisors of which two are 1 and 2029 is 20292 (= 4116841), making N = 2029.
yes everyone will die but youdon't have to worry people are just trying to scare you but yes everyone will die. they say we will die in the year 2012 when a black whole will come. a black hole will come next to the earth and suck it up and will crush us all. but don't worry that wont happen for about 3 years sorry: none of us want to die but its going to…
I believe it is singular. Because you would say, "Everyone is going out together after the show," not "Everyone are going out together after the show." Or, "I think everyone is going to love the party favors," not, "I think everyone are going to love the party favors." The verb is singular, so "everyone" must be singular.