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    Non-algebraic pattern, division by 9. - Decimology

    A new non-agebraic pattern I found for the field of Decimology. (Click me for decimology information)

    Take a number and divide it by 9.

    Example:
    Post(s) in this thread contain the math BBCode, for a full directory of this code, please click here. 239
    23 consists of the digits 2 and 3, take the first digit, "2". This is the first digit to the answer of 239, now take the second digit and add it to the previous digit(s), "5" is the second digit to your answer, now take the third digit's value "0" and add it to all previous digits, "2 and 3", "5" is the third digit to your answer, and so on.
    ∴ 239 = 2.555

    123.219
    1=1
    1+2=3
    1+2+3=6
    1+2+3+2=8
    1+2+3+2+1=9
    1+2+3+2+1+0=9
    1+2+3+2+1+0+0=9...
    The answers to the equations above (which were made by using the digits of the number, "123.21" being divided by 9.) in order are: 13.68999‾
    ...
    123.219=13.68999‾

    This works for all numbers, however large or complex.

    (Will post psi notation rule for this pattern soon)



    Quote Originally Posted by tonio View Post
    Hmmm.... \frac{86}{9}=9.555.... doesn't seem to abide by your rule, but even if it did: can you prove it?

    Tonio
    86/9 = 9.55555
    You did it wrong, sorry, it's partly my fault because I didn't explain it that well.

    86 consists of 8, 6, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0... (because 86 = 86.000000000...)

    8 (the answer is currently 8)
    8+6 = 14 (carry the one)..... (the answer is currently (9.4)
    8+6+0 = 14 (carry the one again)..... (the answer is currently 9.54)
    8+6+0+0 = 14... (=9.554)
    8+6+0+0+0 = 14.... (=9.5554)
    as you can see you will eventually get 9.55555555
    Last edited by orange gold; January 19th 2011 at 06:36 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orange gold View Post
    A new non-agebraic pattern I found for the field of Decimology. (Click me for decimology information)

    Take a number and divide it by 9.

    Example:
    Post(s) in this thread contain the math BBCode, for a full directory of this code, please click here. 239
    23 consists of the digits 2 and 3, take the first digit, "2". This is the first digit to the answer of 239, now take the second digit and add it to the previous digit(s), "5" is the second digit to your answer, now take the third digit's value "0" and add it to all previous digits, "2 and 3", "5" is the third digit to your answer, and so on.
    ∴ 239 = 2.555‾

    123.219
    1=1
    1+2=3
    1+2+3=6
    1+2+3+2=8
    1+2+3+2+1=9
    1+2+3+2+1+0=9
    1+2+3+2+1+0+0=9...
    The answers to the equations above (which were made by using the digits of the number, "123.21" being divided by 9.) in order are: 13.68999‾
    ...
    123.219=13.68999‾

    This works for all numbers, however large or complex.

    (Will post psi notation rule for this pattern soon)


    Hmmm.... \frac{86}{9}=9.555.... doesn't seem to abide by your rule, but even if it did: can you prove it?

    Tonio
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonio View Post
    Hmmm.... \frac{86}{9}=9.555.... doesn't seem to abide by your rule, but even if it did: can you prove it?

    Tonio
    86/9 = 9.55555
    You did it wrong, sorry, it's partly my fault because I didn't explain it that well.

    86 consists of 8, 6, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0... (because 86 = 86.000000000...)

    8 (the answer is currently 8)
    8+6 = 14 (carry the one)..... (the answer is currently (9.4)
    8+6+0 = 14 (carry the one again)..... (the answer is currently 9.54)
    8+6+0+0 = 14... (=9.554)
    8+6+0+0+0 = 14.... (=9.5554)
    as you can see you will eventually get 9.55555555
    Last edited by orange gold; January 19th 2011 at 06:36 PM.
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