1. ## Re: M.S.

Many people, when looking at a book or journal article on a field of mathematics with which they are unfamiliar, see only gibberish.

Unfortunately, some people then get the idea that, if they write gibberish, they are writing mathematics!

2. ## Re: M.S.

Originally Posted by HallsofIvy
Many people, when looking at a book or journal article on a field of mathematics with which they are unfamiliar, see only gibberish.

Unfortunately, some people then get the idea that, if they write gibberish, they are writing mathematics!
If you ask a task and you have no solution to the task, then something is wrong with the current math, and I offer you the method of possible solutions, you say that it's a fool. So please if you are nice to your knowledge of mathematics offers a process by which a decision ...

3. ## Re: M.S.

Here's an example of what I'm asking you for. Let's say we have the intervals $(-5, -3) \cup [-2, 0) \cup [1, 3]$. You can rewrite this in your notation. What else can your work do? Or is it just a way to rewrite the intervals?

-Dan

4. ## Re: M.S.

Originally Posted by topsquark
Here's an example of what I'm asking you for. Let's say we have the intervals $(-5, -3) \cup [-2, 0) \cup [1, 3]$. You can rewrite this in your notation. What else can your work do? Or is it just a way to rewrite the intervals?

-Dan
$-2\underline{-1} -2\underline 1 2$

intended HallsofIvy , your knowledge of current mathematics (function point March 25th 2015, 06:26 AM )
that geometric object in the plane meets these requirements
a ) has six angles
b )the sum of the angles $1080^o$

- has six angles $\angle ABC$ , $\angle BCA$ , $\angle CAB$ , $\angle DEF$ , $\angle EFD$ , $\angle FED$
- the sum of the angles $1080^o$

program for computer Mathematica
Code:
Options[plus1] = {"Output" -> "Standard"};

plus1[a_, b_, c_, OptionsPattern[]] :=
If[OptionValue["Output"] == "Standard", Identity, toEncoded]@
BitXor[a, c 2^b]

fromEncoded[a_] :=
FromDigits[
Reverse[Flatten[
ConstantArray @@@
Transpose[{PadRight[{}, Length[a], {1, 0}], a}]]], 2]

toEncoded[n_] :=
Length /@ Select[Split[Reverse@IntegerDigits[n, 2]], First[#] == 1 &]
toEncoded[5] (*outputs {1,1}*)
fromEncoded[{1,1}] (*outputs 5*)
plus1[fromEncoded[{4, 2, 3, 2, 2}], 5, fromEncoded[{3, 2, 5}],
"Output" -> "Nonstandard"]
red number has a value of 0 to 13, which represents of $+_1^{\underline0}$ to $+_1^{\underline{13}}$

5. ## Re: M.S.

Theorem - The contact number is sorted horizontally only be a natural straight line that gives a natural straight line , when there are two (more) results merge

Proof - $1\rightarrow 1 (\underline{s})$

$4{+_3^{\underline0}}2=2$

$4{+_3^{\underline1}}2=2$

$4{+_3^{\underline2}}2=2$

$4{+_3^{\underline3}}2=4$

$4{+_3^{\underline4}}2=6$

$+_3$- addition rule 3

(SM.) - no "addition rule 3 "

NOTE, the previous $+_3$ becomes $+_4$ , the previous $+_4$ becomes $+_5$

6. ## Re: M.S.

Just the same stuff over and over.