# Mathematics - a new basis

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#### topsquark

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review of current mathematics, a perfect representations of mathematics that has the answers to all the challenges ...
"...all challenges."

What challenges?

-Dan

#### msbiljanica

2.18 Multi subtraction "2.12,2.15"
Theorem -subtraction and subtract gap two gaps number.
EVIDENCE -2/.3/2- [1]2/.2/1=1/.1/1/.3/1 or
2/.3/2-[.6]2/.2/1=1/.1/1/.3/1
2/.3/2$$\displaystyle \fbox{-.}$$[1]2/.2/1=0/.1/0 or
2/.3/2$$\displaystyle \fbox{-.}$$ [.6]2/.2/1=0/.1/0 follows

The general form

The general form of the opposite numbers.

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#### topsquark

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2.18 Multi subtraction "2.12,2.15"
Theorem -subtraction and subtract gap two gaps number.
EVIDENCE -2/.3/2- [1]2/.2/1=1/.1/1/.3/1 or
2/.3/2-[.6]2/.2/1=1/.1/1/.3/1
2/.3/2$$\displaystyle \fbox{-.}$$[1]2/.2/1=0/.1/0 or
2/.3/2$$\displaystyle \fbox{-.}$$ [.6]2/.2/1=0/.1/0 follows
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The general form
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The general form of the opposite numbers.
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(sighs) Will you please just post your paper instead of snippets? It would make it much easier to post intelligent questions.

Again: What challenges are there in the "usual" Mathematics that are "fixed" by your approach?

-Dan

#### msbiljanica

What challenges are there in the "usual" Mathematics that are "fixed" by your approach?

-Dan
- That there are arithmetic operations which no current mathematics
-that there are different forms of the function
-that there is a graph of the function with three (more) variable
...
you seem to have a lot of eager, ...
TEST -to see if you learned anything
2.8
a)4/.45/3/.32/3=?
b)56/.3/21/.3/1=?
2.10
a)4/.5/3s.+[3]4/.12/3s.=?
b)3/.8/3s.+[7]4/.4/8s.=?
2.12
a)4/.6/3s.-[.5]6/.10/3s.=?
b)5/.5/5/.5/5s.-[.8]3/.2/3/.3/2s.=?
2.13
a)2/.3/2/.3/2s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-}$$[.6]6/.3/6/.3/2s.=?
b)3/.5/3/.5/3s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-}$$[7]4/.5/3/.1/1s.=?
2.14
a)4/.3/2/.1/0s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{+}$$[.4]5/.6/4/.7/3s.=?
b)7/.6/7s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{+}$$[5]4/.4/4s.=?
2.15
a)4/.5/4/.5/4s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-.}$$[7]3/.3/3/.3/3s.=?
b)6/.5/4/.3/2s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-.}$$[.6]5/.2/5/.2/5s.=?
2.16
a)3/.4/5s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-/}$$[.3]6/.3/6/.3/6s.=?
b)4/.4/3/.3/2s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-/}$$[9]2/.3/4/.5/6s.=?
2.17
a)3/.4/3/.4/3s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{+m}$$[7]6/.5/4/.6/1s.=?
b)5/.5/5/.5/2s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{+m}$$[.10]3/.4/5/.4/2s.=?
2.18
a)4/.5/6s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-m}$$[6]7/.5/3/.1/1s.=?
b)2/.2/7/.1/2s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-m}$$[.5]5/.4/5/.4/5s.=?
2.19
a)4/.4/4/.4/5s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-.m}$$[9]3/.3/3/.3/2s.=?
b)4/.5/4/.5/4s.$$\displaystyle \fbox{-.m}$$[.9]4/.3/2/.1/0s.=?
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2.19 Multi contrary subtract "2.13,2.16"
Theorem - contrary subtract and gap contrary subtract two gaps numbers

EVIDENCE-1/.2/1 $$\displaystyle \fbox{-}$$ [0 ]0/.1/1/.1/0=2/.1/1 or
1/.2/1 $$\displaystyle \fbox{-}$$ [.4]0/.1/1/.1/0=2/.1/1
1/.2/1 $$\displaystyle \fbox{-/}$$ [0 ]0/.1/1/.1/0=0/.2/0 or
1/.2/1 $$\displaystyle \fbox{-/}$$[.4]0/.1/1/.1/0=0/.2/0 follows

The general form

The general form of the opposite numbers.

#### msbiljanica

2.20 Multiply "2.10"
Theorem - Two (more) gathering and collecting the same gap
number (N, GN) can be abbreviated to write.
EVIDENCE-2+2 follows 2x2 , 1/.2/1+1/.2/1 follows 1/.2/1x2
2+2+2 follows 2x3 , 1/.2/1+1/.2/1+1/.2/1 follows 1/.2/1x3
2+2+2+2 follows 2x4 ,1/.2/1+1/.2/1+1/.2/1+1/.2/1 follows 1/.2/1x4
...
The general form - a+a follows ax2
a+a+a follows ax3
a+a+a+a follows ax4
...
2x[0]3=2

2x[1]3=4

2x[2]3=6

EVIDENCE -1/.1/1 $$\displaystyle \fbox{x}$$ [0] 3=0/.1/0
1/.1/1$$\displaystyle \fbox{x}$$  [1] 3=0/.3/0
1/.1/1 $$\displaystyle \fbox{x}$$  [2] 3=0/.1/1/.1/1/.1/0
1/.1/1 $$\displaystyle \fbox{x}$$  [3] 3=0/.1/2/.1/2/.1/0
Comparability of the two mathematics ( down what is given of the current mathematics)
Multi subtraction - no
Multi contrary subtract -no
Multiply - axiom (only natural numbers)

#### msbiljanica

2.21 Dealing "2:22"
Theorm - from the number (N) is subtracted one (more) of
b (N) to the numerical point 0, and the number (numbers arising from previous subtraction), and have compared the number of b - their point [.0] are
connected.
EVIDENCE-6-2=4 , 4-2=2 , 2-2=0 follows 6:2=3.

general form: a-b=0 follows a:b=1
a-b=b , b-b=0 follows a:b=2
a-b=c , c-b=b , b-b=0 follows a:b=3
...

#### HallsofIvy

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You are giving a lot of what, I guess, are examples of what you mean but you still haven't given a single definition. Without that, we cannot understand what you are trying to say.

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#### msbiljanica

You are giving a lot of what, I guess, are examples of what you mean but you still haven't given a single definition. Without that, we cannot understand what you are trying to say.
definition - 1 Mathematics Space
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I use a notebook in the box, there is a grid, and this work (kn (k-step, n-number of steps))
k1 - ask a numeric semi line

k2-natural numbers conversion in geometric form and sequence of units (not represent a binary number)

k3-converting gap in the number of geometric form and sequence of ones and zeros (not pose a binary number). general form of emptiness:
a / .b / c
a / .b / d / .e / c
a / .b / d / .e / f / .g / c
...
(a and c) the external number of vacancies they may be {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7, ...}, the other numbers are the inner emptiness of those can be {1,2,3, 4,5,6,7, ...}

#### topsquark

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First: You (or your translator) need to learn English better.

Second: This is more or less Euclid's treatment of ratios. Your notation is different from any I've seen but why do you think that $$\displaystyle 110011$$ is any better than $$\displaystyle x \in $0, 2$ \cup $4, 6$$$ ? I don't see any practical difference between the two.

I can follow (to a degree) what you are doing and what your notation is but what practical use is this? I see nothing here that I haven't seen before in Topology. It's Geometry just with a different notation.

-Dan

#### msbiljanica

First: You (or your translator) need to learn English better.

Second: This is more or less Euclid's treatment of ratios. Your notation is different from any I've seen but why do you think that $$\displaystyle 110011$$ is any better than $$\displaystyle x \in $0, 2$ \cup $4, 6$$$ ? I don't see any practical difference between the two.

I can follow (to a degree) what you are doing and what your notation is but what practical use is this? I see nothing here that I haven't seen before in Topology. It's Geometry just with a different notation.

-Dan
2.in my notation used fewer characters, look down and to show the current notation math, you find that to be a lot of signs of this (2/.2/4 + [1] 3/.3/2 =9 , 18 -character )
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k4 - opposite numbers, geometric basis - instead of 1 set to 0, instead of 0 to 1 sets
example, the number 7 (its opposite is 0/.7/0). 2/.2/2 (its opposite is 0/.2/2/.2/0)

k5 - the calculation, the general form aw [q] b = c, first number-a, second number-b,c- one or more
solution calculation, w-calculation, [g]-a place where it happens the calculation
(refers to (a) number)
Addition - 1 exist in the a or b (2/.2/4 + [1] 3/.3/2 =9)
, 2 +2 = 4 (addition to current mathematics)

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