srdanova math



10022012, 09:56 AM




RE: srdanova math
So did anyone figure out what the ninja star shuriken meant?


11022012, 04:50 AM




RE: srdanova math
PresuppositionSrki and gap srki merger (multiplication )
Process: P1 ¤1(7)1¤=¤1(1)1(1)1(1)1¤×(s.5¤ß3)6=¤1(1)1(1)1(1)1¤ ¤1(1)1(1)1¤=¤1(1)1(1)1(1)¤×(s.5¤ß4)6=0 P2 4=¤1(1)1(1)1(1)1¤×(s.6¤ß3)6=2 image P3 ¤1(1)1(1)1(1)1¤=¤1(1)1(1)1(1)1¤×(s.7¤ß6)6=¤1(1)1(1)1¤ General form w=a#(s.1¤ß3)b=c w=a#(s.2¤ßd)b=c ... w=a#(s.e¤ßf)b=c , # calculation operations (×,...) [S33]two srki CM[S33]does no know Note  this is a twoway calculation, and therefore has two equals signs left(srki) right(gap srki) 

12022012, 06:10 AM




RE: srdanova math
PresuppositionSubtraction form a(s.0/s.0)b=0,a(s.0/s.0)b(s.0/s.0)b=0 , ...,a(s.0/s.0)b
...(s.0/s.0)b=0 can be written differently counting the subtraction Process: P1 12(..0)4=12 (..c) counting the subtraction 12(..1)4=8 12(..2)4=4 12(..3)4=0 12:4=3 General form a(..0)b=a a(..1)b=c ... a(..d)b=0 a:b=d [S34]counting the subtraction [S35]divide CM[S34]does no know ,[S35]know, axiom 

13022012, 04:29 AM




RE: srdanova math
PresuppositionSubtraction form a(s.0/s.0)b=0,a(s.0/s.0)b(s.0/s.0)b=0 , ...,a(s.0/s.0)b
...(s.0/s.0)b=0, number b can replaced b=((s.0/s.0)c(s./s.0)d) , b=((s.0/s.0)c(s.0/s.0)d (s./s.0)e),...,b=((s.0/s.0)c...(s.0/s.0)w) , can be written differently counting the subtraction Process: P1 12(..0)112=12 12(..1)112=11 12(..2)112=9 12(..3)112=8 12(..4)112=6 12(..5)112=5 12(..6)112=3 12(..7)112=2 12(..8)112=0 12:112=8 General form a(..0)bef=a a(..1)bef=c ... a(..d)bef=0 a:bef=d ... [S36]inequality divide CM[S36]does no know ________________________ PDF  srdanova math [S36].pdf 

14022012, 04:41 AM




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PresuppositionTwo ( more) multiplying the same numbers can be for short write
Process: P1 a×(s.c)a=a^(s.c)2, a^(s.a)b P2 a×(s.c)a×(s.c)a=a^(s.a)3 , a^(s.a)b P3 a×(s.c)a×(s.c)a×(s.c)a=a^(s.a)4 ,a^(s.a)b ... General form a^(s.a)b [S37]graduation CM[S37]know,axiom __________________________________ PresuppositionIn terms a^(s.a)b , b can be number 0 (1) Process: P1 a^(s.a)0 P2 a^(s.a)1 [S37a]graduation amendment 

14022012, 09:08 PM
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RE: srdanova math
(14022012 04:41 AM)msbiljanica Wrote: PresuppositionTwo ( more) multiplying the same numbers can be for short write graduation smells suspiciously like exponentiation, aka repeated multiplication to me. ... meh, probably just my nose. #sigh 

14022012, 09:09 PM




RE: srdanova math
This must be the new math I've been hearing about ever since Kindergarten.
It was just a fucking apple man, we're sorry okay? Please stop the madness ~Izel 

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14022012, 09:57 PM




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Nah what they were talking about way bak then was the invention of the abbaccus.
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15022012, 07:26 AM




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PresuppositionGraduation
Process: P1 4^(s.0)5=1024 P2 4^(s.1)5=769 P3 4^(s.2)5=514 P4 4^(s.3)5=259 P5 4^(s.4)5=4 General form a^(s.0)b=c a^(s.1)b=d ... a^(s.e)b=a [S37b]graduation CM[S37b]know a^(s.0)b=c , other do not know ____________________________ for bad translation complain google, I hope you understand 

15022012, 08:42 AM




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msbiljanica, I applaud your mad persistence. Not only did you tirelessly post your theorems here, but you did the exact same thing, with identical posts, to OH YOU MUST BE KIDDING ME, MORE THAN A HUNDRED FREAKING FORUMS related to science. And from your ability to reply to our posts, you must be human.
If you are a time traveller from the future, you have to understand that the mathematics we use is based on Arabic numerals, with mathematical laws based on old Arabian scholars, or more recently calculus from the 1600s. The mathematical laws you use is unfamiliar to us from the year 2012. Please, tell us why, a paragraph would do, on why would you tell us such theorems from the future. If you are a just a misunderstood mathematician, it's obvious why. You wouldn't attempt to explain Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle to a 5 year old who does not have the basic foundations in Physics and Math. Explain in the terms we know, for instance, explaining Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle to a 5 year old may sound like this: "Boy, see this ball here? Imagine a smaller ball. Done that? Now, imagine the smallest ball possible, so small you cannot see with your eyes. Ok, this very, very tiny ball you imagined, let's call it Mr. Electron. Mr. Electron is like Superman, a superhero, but his superpower is different. His position always changes  sometimes here, sometimes there. This is to prevent bad guys from hitting him with bullets, you see. But remember, Mr Electron is very, very small, and his ability is thus stronger due to his size. We have the same superpowers as Mr Electron, but we are so large compared to Mr. Electron, that our powers are not as strong as Mr Electron, in fact very, very weak." It takes time to explain. We will be very interested in what you say, provided that you can put it in terms a layman from the year 2012 can understand. Did I just write all this? Yes, for I'm really curious in what you are trying to say. Welcome to science. You're gonna like it here  Phil Plait Have you ever tried taking a comfort blanket away from a small child?  DLJ 

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