srdanova math



02032012, 11:44 PM




RE: srdanova math
(02032012 07:44 PM)craniumonempty Wrote: That's just speculation. ... I will give up after a while if he doesn't comply, but I really do want to try and help if I can. You're getting all cranked up over nonsense. #sigh 

03032012, 01:17 AM




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Can't believe there are 15 pages in this thread!!
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03032012, 01:56 AM
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RE: srdanova math
(03032012 01:17 AM)KVron Wrote: Can't believe there are 15 pages in this thread!! Nice. #sigh 

03032012, 02:03 AM




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Haha  even I understand that one!
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03032012, 06:39 AM
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(02032012 11:37 AM)craniumonempty Wrote: msbiljanica, What is a "natural along"?see the second picture (first picture is my portrait) at the beginning of Threads, it is natural along, the term points , along the geometric object (I called it natural along, because it should be different from other long , one that is starting) PresuppositionPart number (the number of gaps) negates the second number(gap number) one of then must be gaps numbers, other parts are added Process: P1 0=¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.0)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤2(2)2(1)2¤= P2 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.1)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤3(2)1(1)2¤= P3 ¤1(2)1¤ =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.2)¤2(2)2¤=2 ¤3(4)2¤= P4 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.3)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤3(1)1(2)2¤= P5 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.4)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤3(1)2(2)2¤= P6 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.5)¤2(2)2¤=2 ¤3(1)2(3)2¤= P7 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.6)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤3(1)2(1)1(2)2¤= P8 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.7)¤2(2)2¤=0 ¤3(1)2(1)2(2)2¤= P9 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.8)¤2(2)2¤=0 ¤3(1)2(1)3(2)2¤= P10 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n+(.9)¤2(2)2¤=0 ¤3(1)2(1)4(2)2¤= General form negates 1 =a n+(.c)b=negates 2 added= or negates 1 =a n+ (.c)b negates 2= added= [S46]negates added CM[S46] dot no know 

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03032012, 07:40 AM
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(03032012 06:39 AM)msbiljanica Wrote: see the second picture (first picture is my portrait) at the beginning of Threads, it is natural along, the term points , along the geometric object (I called it natural along, because it should be different from other long , one that is starting) Ok, Now what is a "long"? I'm a programmer, so I think "long integer", but from the words, I'm guessing it's a line (like others have pointed out). I still can't be certain though. Plus, what do you mean by "one that is starting"? Is this a ray or vector? Is it something new? (02032012 11:44 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:(02032012 07:44 PM)craniumonempty Wrote: That's just speculation. ... I will give up after a while if he doesn't comply, but I really do want to try and help if I can. I'm not really cranked up, just feel like helping. Most of the time when I travel down the road of math, I simply need to follow until a solution (usually I find it's already in math somewhere) or prove myself wrong (happens a hell of a lot). I don't quite know what the guy is hinting at, but maybe it's something, maybe it's not. I am curious, so am using the curiosity to try and help. Defy gravity... stand up. 

03032012, 10:25 AM




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(03032012 07:40 AM)craniumonempty Wrote: Ok, Now what is a "long"? I'm a programmer, so I think "long integer", but from the words, I'm guessing it's a line (like others have pointed out). I still can't be certain though. Plus, what do you mean by "one that is starting"? Is this a ray or vector? Is it something new?I'm glad you're a programmer (I hope to write programs for the PC, Windows XP), send me your email to send you detailed instructions on the calculator program (for the mathematical operations of addition and subtraction) if you realize this will send you all the imagery calculations, I hope that these four different pictures to explain what good is my math, I guess you gonna make a good calculator program and other programs 

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03032012, 12:14 PM
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(03032012 10:25 AM)msbiljanica Wrote: I'm glad you're a programmer (I hope to write programs for the PC, Windows XP), send me your email to send you detailed instructions on the calculator program (for the mathematical operations of addition and subtraction) if you realize this will send you all the imagery calculations, I hope that these four different pictures to explain what good is my math, I guess you gonna make a good calculator program and other programs While I might help you writing a program for this, my help is in trying to make it more understandable so you can present it better.. or just so I can understand. I'm not even sure what you are adding and subtracting, are we talking about integers? Is this a new type of geometry? If your calculations are anything like you have already posted, it's not going to help me to understand what I'm trying to program. If you have instructions only for the addition, maybe you can post them here. If it's the same ones you have in your pdf, then you need to try and understand that it is hard to understand what you are talking about. Like I said, I'm not even sure if you are talking about basic math or geometry or what. If this is going down to the core of math, then that's where you need to start explaining. I still don't know what a "long" means when you say it. Is that part of the instructions? I would like to understand first, then we can work from there. What are we adding exactly? What do your numbers represent? What is a "long"? Are we actually talking about integers? Geometry? What kind of space or coordinate system if we are using geometry? Is it a new coordinate system? First answer what is a long, but here are some other terms and phrases you need to make understandable:
*know (as in "does no know", "does not know", or "others do not know") *"natural" (do you mean natural numbers?) *gap numbers *mobile number *contact (what do you mean when you say numbers have no contact? Are we talking about motion here?) That's just a few. Some images look like router propagation or something. I'm not sure what's going on in them. There is no build up. What do you mean when you say numbers have points? That's why I think you are talking about geometry. What do you mean when you say "mathematical facts"? Math is made of axioms, are those "facts" you speak of? Which axioms? Are we talking about Set theory? Which one? ZFC? New Foundations? Are we talking about Peano Axioms? You have to give us some kind of starting point. If we are remaking something, Then what are we remaking? What math is it that you say is "limited"? I don't even know your starting point. You need to have some type of solidity here. Defy gravity... stand up. 

11032012, 11:38 AM




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(03032012 12:14 PM)craniumonempty Wrote: First answer what is a long, but here are some other terms and phrases you need to make understandable:view the pdf, and specify [Sn] is not clear that these PDF  https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B3WUvmm...S1dsNkZPUQ PresuppositionPart number (the number of gaps) negates the second number(gap number) one of then must be gaps numbers, other parts who have contact where is deleted together Process: P1 0=¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.0)¤2(2)2¤=1 2 P2 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.1)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤1(6)2¤ P3 ¤1(2)1¤ =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.2)¤2(2)2¤=2 ¤2(6)1¤ P4 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.3)¤2(2)2¤=1 3 P5 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.4)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤3(6)1¤ P6 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.5)¤2(2)2¤=2 ¤3(1)1(4)2¤ P7 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.6)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤3(1)2(4)2¤ P8 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.7)¤2(2)2¤=0 ¤3(1)2(5)2¤ P9 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.8)¤2(2)2¤=0 ¤3(1)2(1)1(1)1(2)2¤ P10 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.9)¤2(2)2¤=0 ¤3(1)2(1)4(2)2¤ images General form negates 1 =an(.c)b=negates 2 suptraction or negates 1 =an(.c)b negates 2 suptraction [S47]negates subtraction CM[S47] dot no know ________ images are in pdf (Download pdf) 

11032012, 07:08 PM




RE: srdanova math
What is a "long"?
Defy gravity... stand up. 

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