srdanova math



11032012, 07:13 PM




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a·long
[uhlawng, uhlong] Show IPA preposition 1. through, on, beside, over, or parallel to the length or direction of; from one end to the other of: to walk along a highway; to run a border along a shelf. 2. during; in the course of: Somewhere along the way I lost my hat. 3. in conformity or accordance with: I plan to revise the article along the lines suggested. "I think of myself as an intelligent, sensitive human being with the soul of a clown which always forces me to blow it at the most important moments." Jim Morrison


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11032012, 07:19 PM




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(11032012 07:13 PM)lucradis Wrote: a·long .. yeah, I'm mostly trying to get him to respond properly. He ignores many things and assumes that just reading will make someone see. Yeah, maybe, if they spend a lot of time on it. I asked for the specs for addition and he throws something out with deletion. I don't think he really understands much of what people are asking of him and that his paper is full of oddities right off the bat. like WTF does natural mean? Natural numbers? If he is talking about a long as in long int, then are we talking about rings (I doubt it, I think he means line)? He doesn't understand the confusion. He also just keeps copy/pasting as though that helps. I see his pdf... much like the Bible and a fundy. They paste as though their version is somehow different then the text that I can already read. Defy gravity... stand up. 

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11032012, 07:41 PM




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I applaud your efforts.
Originally I thought this was just a language barrier thing but after several replies I think it might also have to do with ego. Also pure unadulterated insanity "I think of myself as an intelligent, sensitive human being with the soul of a clown which always forces me to blow it at the most important moments." Jim Morrison


12032012, 06:49 AM




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the image is geometric representation of natural numbers
point A(0),B(1),C(2),... natural along AB(01),BC(12),CD(23),... along(long) AC(02),BD(13),CE(24) AD(03),BE(14),CF(25),... AE(04),BF(15),CG(26),... ... gap number ABC(0(12))¤0(1)1¤,ACD(0(23))¤0(2)1¤,ADE(0(34))¤0(3)1¤,... ABCD((01)(23))¤1(1)1¤,ABDE((01)(34))¤1(2)1¤,... ... contact (point) ABBC((01)(12)),ACCD((03)(34),... contact ( natural along or along) ADBF((03)(15)),BHDJ((17)(39)),... srcko,set of numbers whose terms (red numbers) 2+4=6, 6+4=10, 10+4=14,14+4=18,2418 or 184=14,144=10,104=6,64=2,1842 if you understand this 

12032012, 07:03 AM




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(12032012 06:49 AM)msbiljanica Wrote: the image is geometric representation of natural numbers the set of numbers I didn't get it right away, let me try: 2+4=6, 6+4=10 > 2410 is that correct? 

12032012, 01:40 PM




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(12032012 06:49 AM)msbiljanica Wrote: the image is geometric representation of natural numbers ok, so we are talking about geometric representations of natural numbers (I think). So a "long" is a "line segment" (in a number line) and an "along" is simply another line segment and or subline segment (or viseversa). "Natural" refers to a "natural number line"... I think. You are still confusing, but this explanation was by far the most understandable thing you've said so far. Thank you for listening and responding... We have the line segments AB, BC, CD (and all the combinations of line segments along a natural number line), which are supposed to be geometric, but are really representations of numbers and not really geometry... have I got that, or are you talking geometry? Either way... I think you are just using the lines to display what you are talking about with the numbers, so I'll ignore any geometric questions I might have with this, even though we are using it to describe.. something. ok.. with the gap number thing, you are picking a point in the middle of the segment (is this supposed to be like a Dedekind cut or something?) .. So, "ABC(0(12))¤0(1)1¤" is something like the line segment AC is made up of segments AB and BC which gives us: length of AB = L length of BC = M (and the point location of A as the starting value in the segment will just be shown as A) which gives us: ¤A(L)M¤ A=0, L=1, M=1 ¤0(1)1¤ So we can standardize what you mean across all segments: Given any line segments AC (where A and C are endpoints) and a point within that line segment B (which I guess can be equal to A or C) ¤A(<length of AB>)<length of BC>¤ "Contact point" is simply a point that two line segments share. "contact ( natural along or along)" are overlapping line segments... what is the significance of this? It seems to be adding fluff, but I might be missing something. ... "ADBF((03)(15))" So, line segment AD overlaps the line segment BF (at BD) "srcko,set of numbers whose terms (red numbers)"... (I'm color blind even though I can see the code... might as well just explain everything) "2+4=6, 6+4=10, 10+4=14,14+4=18,2418" Is "4" arbitrary? Why 4? Is it meant to be any natural number that leads to a natural number in the equation? Either way, 2418 looks somewhat like: 2 + ∑ i=0..4, 4 = 2 + 4+4+4+4 = 2 * 4*4 = 2+16 = 18 so basically, are you trying to find a value that divides evenly between the endpoints? so 182 = 16 which is 2^4 so 2,4,8,16 are values that can be used.. so does 2218 = 2418 ? What is the use of 2418? I'm unsure what you are trying to accomplish with this exactly? It looks like it's a lot of steps (that aren't really self explanatory) that are somewhat trying to.... do something, I guess. What are you trying to build with this? Why do you bring in geometry if that's not what we are trying to explain? Is that what you are trying to explain? Defy gravity... stand up. 

12032012, 06:42 PM




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(12032012 06:49 AM)msbiljanica Wrote: the image is geometric representation of natural numbers There is nothing interesting or useful here. This is just some sort of numerology, without significance. Skepticism is not a position; it is an approach to claims. Science is not a subject, but a method. 

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14032012, 08:33 AM




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Srcko general form
a+b=c,c+b=d,d+b=e,e+b=f ,abf fb=e,eb=d,db=c,cb=a ,fba ______________________________________________________ PresuppositionPart number (the number of gaps) negates the second number(gap number) one of then must be gaps numbers,contact remains , the rest is deleted Process: P1 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.0)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤2(2)2)¤ P2 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.1)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤2(2)1¤ P3 ¤1(2)1¤ =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.2)¤2(2)2¤=2 ¤1(4)1¤ P4 1=¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.3)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤1(2)2¤ P5 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.4)¤2(2)2¤=1 ¤2(2)1¤ P6 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.5)¤2(2)2¤=2 1 P7 1 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.6)¤2(2)2¤=1 1 P8 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.7)¤2(2)2¤=0 2 P9 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.8)¤2(2)2¤=0 1 P10 0 =¤3(1)2(1)2¤n(.9)¤2(2)2¤=0 0 IMAGES General form negates 1 =an(.c)b=negates 2 opposite subtraction or negates 1 =an(.c)b negates 2 opposite subtraction [S48]negates opposite subtraction CM[S48] dot no know 

14032012, 08:43 AM




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(14032012 08:33 AM)msbiljanica Wrote: Srcko general form a+b=c,c+b=d,d+b=e,e+b=f ,abf a+g=h,h+g=i,i+g=j,j+g=f ,agf does agf = abf? What is the use of this? Can you see any real world application that math doesn't already solve? Defy gravity... stand up. 

22032012, 11:41 AM




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(14032012 08:43 AM)craniumonempty Wrote: What is the use of this? Can you see any real world application that math doesn't already solve?PresuppositionIn an operation number can be replaced by other numbers Process: P1 2+(s.0)3=5 P2 2+(s.0)4=6 P3 2+(s.0)5=7 P4 2+(s.0)6=8 P5 2+(s.0)x316=y General form a#(s.q)b=c a#(s.q)d=e ... a#(s.q)f=g a#(s.q)xbhf=y ,#calculation operations [S49]function CM[S49] axiom ,real and infinite _________________ 2.write in abbreviated form (if the function can be final and natural) 2+5=7 , 2+10=12 , 2+15=17, 2+20=22 , 2+25=27 , 2+30=32 , 2+35=37 , 2+38=40, 2+40=42, 2+41=43 , 2+44=46 , 2+45=47, 2+47=49 , 2+50=52 ,2+57=59 , 2+60=62 , 2+64=66, 2+70=72, 2+71=73 , 2+78=80 , 2+80=82 , 2+85=87 , 2+90=92 ,2+92=94 2+(s.0)x55383(_50_)1090792=y 

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