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### #16 msbiljanica

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Posted 18 January 2012 - 03:10 PM

Presupposition-gap number is comparable with the gap number and
The process:
P1-¤a(b)c¤ , a+c=z
P2-¤a(b)c(d)e¤ , a+c+e=z
P3-¤a(b)c(d)e(f)g¤ , a+c+e+g=z
...
Bringing the number of gaps in the number of z, as it compares the number of
[S13]-comparability gap of
CM-comparability gap does not know the number of
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Presupposition-two or more of the same numbers can be written in abbreviated form
The process:
P1-{a, a} = af2
P2-{a, a, a} = af3
P3-{a, a, a, a} = af4
...
[S14]-the same number of frequency
CM does not know the frequency of the same number
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Presupposition-this can be written in abbreviated form
-growing (a, a + b, a + b + b,..., a + b + b +...+ b )
-descending (a + b + b +...+ b, a + b + b, a + b, a)
P1-abc, c = a + b, c = a + b +b, ..., c=a + b + b +...+ b-final
P2-ab - infinity
[S15]-srcko
CM-does not know srcko
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How can you write this in a shorter form:
2+10=12 , 2+15=17 , 2+16=18 , 2+20=22 , 2+23=25
2+25=27 , 2+29=31 , 2+30=32 , 2+35=37 , 2+37=39
2+38=40 , 2+40=42 , 2+44=46 , 2+45=47 , 2+47=49
2+50=52 , 2+51=53 , 2+55=57 , 2+56=58 , 2+58=60
2+60=62 , 2+64=66 , 2+65=67 , 2+70=72 , 2+71=73
2+74=76 , 2+75=77 , 2+80=82 , 2+82=84 , 2+83=85
2+92=94 , 2+101=103
srcko-
5550={5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50}
38350={38,41,44,47,50}
501090={50,60,70,80,90}
50792={50,57,64,71,78,85,92
sepulchrave-the first part

### #17 bmk1245

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Posted 18 January 2012 - 05:22 PM

So, what will be natural number between 42 and 43?
Seriously, you are flooding internet with your math. Why not publish it in some math journal, huh?

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Posted 18 January 2012 - 05:45 PM

msbiljanica, on 18 January 2012 - 03:10 PM, said:

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How can you write this in a shorter form:
2+10=12 , 2+15=17 , 2+16=18 , 2+20=22 , 2+23=25
2+25=27 , 2+29=31 , 2+30=32 , 2+35=37 , 2+37=39
2+38=40 , 2+40=42 , 2+44=46 , 2+45=47 , 2+47=49
2+50=52 , 2+51=53 , 2+55=57 , 2+56=58 , 2+58=60
2+60=62 , 2+64=66 , 2+65=67 , 2+70=72 , 2+71=73
2+74=76 , 2+75=77 , 2+80=82 , 2+82=84 , 2+83=85
2+92=94 , 2+101=103
srcko-
5550={5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50}
38350={38,41,44,47,50}
501090={50,60,70,80,90}
50792={50,57,64,71,78,85,92
sepulchrave-the first part
How does that help? Your original sequence does not contain any patterns that I can see.

### #19 msbiljanica

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Posted 19 January 2012 - 10:17 AM

sepulchrave, on 18 January 2012 - 05:45 PM, said:

How does that help? Your original sequence does not contain any patterns that I can see.
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
srcko
5550={5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50}
38350={38,41,44,47,50}
501090={50,60,70,80,90}
50792={50,57,64,71,78,85,92}
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2+10=12 , 2+15=17 , 2+16=18 , 2+20=22 , 2+23=25
2+25=27 , 2+29=31 , 2+30=32 , 2+35=37 , 2+37=39
2+38=40 , 2+40=42 , 2+44=46 , 2+45=47 , 2+47=49
2+50=52 , 2+51=53 , 2+55=57 , 2+56=58 , 2+58=60
2+60=62 , 2+64=66 , 2+65=67 , 2+70=72 , 2+71=73
2+74=76 , 2+75=77 , 2+80=82 , 2+82=84 , 2+83=85
2+92=94 , 2+101=103 -non-red range
srcko
10580={10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55,60,65,70,75,80}
16765={16,23,30,37,44,51,58,65}
299101={29,38,47,56,65,74,83,92,101}

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Posted 19 January 2012 - 06:12 PM

Ok, then your notation XnY is the same as writing Σi=0m X + ni where m = (Y-X)/n in "conventional math".

Your notation is shorter, but I don't see why any of your work is different than "conventional math".

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 11:04 AM

sepulchrave, on 19 January 2012 - 06:12 PM, said:

Ok, then your notation XnY is the same as writing Σi=0m X + ni where m = (Y-X)/n in "conventional math".

Your notation is shorter, but I don't see why any of your work is different than "conventional math".
n={1,2,3,4,...} , my abc (ab) ,b-may be that positive real number ,will "conventional math" write ,
finite function for x=0.20.57.2  and x=7.23.535.2 -  a+x

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 03:19 PM

msbiljanica, on 20 January 2012 - 11:04 AM, said:

n={1,2,3,4,...} , my abc (ab) ,b-may be that positive real number ,will "conventional math" write ,
finite function for x=0.20.57.2  and x=7.23.535.2 -  a+x
Sure...
0.20.57.2 = Σi=014 0.2 + 0.5i
7.23.535.2 = Σi=08 7.2 + 3.5i

All you are doing is manipulating arithmetic series... this isn't very interesting or new.

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 04:40 PM

sepulchrave, on 20 January 2012 - 03:19 PM, said:

Sure...
0.20.57.2 = Σi=014 0.2 + 0.5i
7.23.535.2 = Σi=08 7.2 + 3.5i

All you are doing is manipulating arithmetic series... this isn't very interesting or new.

I did not think the sums(final orders)(Σ) ,finite function a+x|0.20.5(_7.2_)3.535.2|=y

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 07:10 PM

msbiljanica, on 20 January 2012 - 04:40 PM, said:

I did not think the sums(final orders)(Σ) ,finite function a+x|0.20.5(_7.2_)3.535.2|=y
Sorry, not quite sure I follow. Are you looking for sets then?
0.20.5(_7.2_)3.535.2 = {0.2 + 0.5x | x ∈ ℤ, 0 ≤ x < 14} ⊕ {7.2 + 3.5x | x ∈ ℤ, 0 ≤ x < 9}

My general point still remains; all you are doing are arithmetic manipulations on discrete (or countably infinite) sets of integers.

Russell and Whitehead already went through all this in detail. (As did many of their predecessors, but their work is probably the most complete... until Godel scuttled the entire effort.)

You can introduce a new set of symbols if you want, but you aren't introducing any new meaning.

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Posted 27 January 2012 - 02:42 PM

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Presupposition-Srcko can join a number not that can not be in the structure srcko
Process:
P1 101070 and 5 , 5_101070
P2 5520 and 22 ,5520_22
P3 75 and 25 , 75_25
P4 68 and 2 ,2_68
...
General form -abc_d , d_abc , ab_d ,d_ab...
[S15]-pendant srcko
CM-[S15]-does no know
Note-only one number can be pendand , number two goes into a complex srcko
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Presupposition-Two ( more ) srcko (pendand srcko) are combined into one unit
Process:
P1 106 and 118 , 106118
P2 10565 and 703 ,10565_703
P3 30360 and 45277_78 ,30360_45277_78
...
General form -abcd , abc_de ,abc_def_g ,...
[S16]-two ( more) srcko
CM-[S16]-does no know

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Posted 27 January 2012 - 11:14 PM

Mr. msbiljanica, start you can english wayno understand thou?
Seriously, try a little bit harder to express your thoughts in the way everyone could understand. And what a hell is srcko? Cheese in circus?
And, BTW, will your "new math" help me solve system of differential equations easier than "old math"?

Edit: grammar

Edited by bmk1245, 27 January 2012 - 11:15 PM.

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Posted 28 January 2012 - 02:24 AM

Just because some find to be easier to understand and demonstrate than others, that doesn't make it child's play. I am sure that Stephen Hawking would find calculus to be child's play...

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Posted 28 January 2012 - 08:28 AM

bmk1245, on 27 January 2012 - 11:14 PM, said:

Mr. msbiljanica, start you can english wayno understand thou?
Seriously, try a little bit harder to express your thoughts in the way everyone could understand. And what a hell is srcko? Cheese in circus?
And, BTW, will your "new math" help me solve system of differential equations easier than "old math"?

Edit: grammar
srcko ab, abc , 55={5,10,15,20,...} ,22222={2,4,6,...,220,222}

### #29 msbiljanica

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Posted 28 January 2012 - 09:54 AM

bmk1245, on 27 January 2012 - 11:14 PM, said:
application modeler forum - because I had problems with an Internet connection, to delete the previous post (to leave only one)

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Presupposition-Two ( more ) srcko have the first ( last) common number
Process:
P1 10530 and 3330 , 10533(_30)
P2 4444 and 441094 and 44256 , 44(_44_)1094256
...
General form -abcd(_e) , ab(_c_)defg , ...
[S17]-two ( more) first-last srcko
CM-[S17]-does no know
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Presupposition-In the expression a+(.b)c=d , d+(s.0)11 or d+(s.0)number (more) from 11
Process:
P1 3+(.s.0)5=8+(s.0)11 , 3+(s.0)5<91
P2 5+(.0)5=5+(s.0)224 , 5+(.0)5<729
...
General form - a+(.b)c=d+(s.0)11 ,a+(s.b)c<e1
a+(.b)c=d+(s.0)e , a+(.b)c<f
a+(.b)c=d+(s.0)efg , a+(.b)c<hij ...
[S18]-left inequality
CM-[S18]-know
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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
srcko
5550={5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50}
38350={38,41,44,47,50}
501090={50,60,70,80,90}
50792={50,57,64,71,78,85,92}
two(more) first-last srcko
55383(_50_)1090792
remains part of the function, when we come to it

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Posted 28 January 2012 - 11:46 AM

Alienated Being, on 28 January 2012 - 02:24 AM, said:

Just because some find to be easier to understand and demonstrate than others, that doesn't make it child's play. I am sure that Stephen Hawking would find calculus to be child's play...
Well, if Stephen Hawking would rename differential operator (d/dx) into coombacoombla and call it new math, that would be child's play. I can come up with dozen symbols for sum operator, that wouldn't make my math new, nor any better.

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