###### Asked in Pokemon Ruby Sapphire and Emerald

Pokemon Ruby Sapphire and Emerald

# Where are lotios n lotias found?

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###### Asked in Pokemon Ruby Sapphire and Emerald

### Were to find lotios and lotias in emerald?

If you chose 'red' during the tv news show after beating the
Elite Four, then you can find Latias roaming Hoenn and Latios on
Southern Island, available only by obtaining a ticket found from a
Nintendo Event.
If you chose 'blue' during the tv news show after beating the
Elite Four, then you can find Latios roaming Hoenn and Latias on
Southern Island, available only by obtaining a ticket found from a
Nintendo Event.

###### Asked in Pokemon, Video Games, Pokemon Ruby Sapphire and Emerald

### Can you capture a lotios if there a glitch in the game?

for you people out there that think seeing a lotios in Pokemon
sapphire with out hacking your wrong for some reason i saw one
there must have been a glitch in the game (not a hacked glitch
though) i saw in in mauvill in the corner by the kinda rectangular
tree shape and i scout honer that I'm not lieing

###### Asked in Pokemon Ruby Sapphire and Emerald

### Where is lotias in Pokemon Ruby?

You mean "Latias" or "Latios", not lotias. You can only get
Latios (blue) in Ruby, and you can only get Latias (red) in
Sapphire. Both are level 40. After you beat the Pokemon League just
walk around the whole region and maybe, eventually, one day you'll
find a Latios. After you find Latios and try to attack/use an item
you'll find that it flees. Its supposed to do that, so don't think
your game is glitched up. After you found it look up its location
ocasionally in your Pokedex and follow it to encounter it for
another chance to battle.
Kyogre286

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic

### What is the smallest perfect number greater than 6?

Euclid found the four first even perfect numbers by using the
formula (2^n -1)(2^n -1).
For n = 2 he found 6.
For n = 3 he found 28. Let's compute it.
(2^n -1)(2^n -1)
(2 ^3-1)(2^3 - 1) = (4)(7) = 28. Let's check if this is
true.
Factors of 28 are 1, 2, 4, 7, 14, and 28.
1 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 14 = 28.
For n = 5 Euclid found 496, and for n = 7 he found 8128.