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- Fri Sep 11, 2015 10:29 am
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine
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- Wed Sep 09, 2015 11:56 am
- Forum: Philosophy of Science
- Topic: beginning or stability
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### Re: beginning or stability

let me give you my own theory on this subject: I will explain it succinctly, but i would like to put it in a more mathematical form one day: E(U,S), is the probability that the system U, is in the state S. (we will call it the entropy of the state S of the system U) Most of the time, when a system U...

- Wed Sep 09, 2015 9:28 am
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: The scams of Statistics...
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### Re: The scams of Statistics...

Scott Mayers, thanks for trying something more clear.

But i don’t agree, and it is still not the kind for formalized answer i wanted. (I will let Obvious Leo try to convince you on it.)

I still wait for the definition of "probability". I said you i will not go outside of a step by step method.

But i don’t agree, and it is still not the kind for formalized answer i wanted. (I will let Obvious Leo try to convince you on it.)

I still wait for the definition of "probability". I said you i will not go outside of a step by step method.

- Wed Sep 09, 2015 2:24 am
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine
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### Re: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine

ok, i got it right this time: P(n) = "9 divide (a^n - b^n), and 9 divide (a^(n-1) - b^(n-1))" if (a, b) are anagrams, then 9 divide (a - b) a^2-b^2=(a + b)(a - b) then 9 divide (a^2-b^2) then p(2) If P(n) , then: 9 divide a^n - b^n and 9 divide a^(n-1) - b^(n-1) a^(n+1)-b^(n+1) = (a^n - b^n)(a + b) ...

- Wed Sep 09, 2015 1:56 am
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: Differential calculus defined by differences - what more meaningful ?
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### Re: Differential calculus defined by differences - what more meaningful ?

This was the very probable.wtf wrote:A quick Google search will show that this author is a well-known crank. Regarding calculus, he clearly has never seen the proper formalization of the concept of a limit. He has an Amazon book if anyone wants to send him money.

- Tue Sep 08, 2015 9:24 pm
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine
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### Re: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine

I don’t worry, it was only to inform you that i saw it, but thank you :) I wrote a rapid python program, and it found no counter example, i will try to find a demonstration with you then. #!/bin/python def get_anagram(x): str_x = str(x).zfill(3) str_ana = str_x[1] + str_x[2] + str_x[0] return int(st...

- Tue Sep 08, 2015 9:02 pm
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine
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### Re: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine

Yes, i did a mistake on it.

- Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:25 pm
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine
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### Re: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine

I'm still working on hammering out the complete proof. I was looking over the binomial theorem which suggests this is always true (unproven so far). If we have two anagram numbers, x and y, then: y^2•x - x^2•y is always divisible by 9. Check this out on your calculator. PhilX Yes, i don’t know if y...

- Tue Sep 08, 2015 6:30 pm
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine
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### Re: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine

Just a note: You should write (21^2)^(1/2) and not (21^2)^1/2, because the '^' has priority otherwise. The problem is not only about the fact that p is a real or a whole number, i can only find counter example when it is not a whole number, but your demonstration is still false otherwise. (even if w...

- Tue Sep 08, 2015 5:29 pm
- Forum: Philosophy of Science
- Topic: beginning or stability
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### Re: beginning or stability

Please see what i say about the beginning of the universe in The problem with "nothing"..A universe with a beginning presupposes a creator

- Tue Sep 08, 2015 5:19 pm
- Forum: Metaphysics
- Topic: The problem with "nothing".
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### The problem with "nothing".

The problem with "nothing", is to name it , it give the impression that it is a thing . And i see fallacies on this site because of it. In fact, you could use it only when you have another way to say what you want to say, if you can’t, it mean you are using "nothing" in you sentence in the same way ...

- Tue Sep 08, 2015 3:21 pm
- Forum: Philosophy of Science
- Topic: beginning or stability
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### Re: beginning or stability

Thanks for your answer Obvious Leo, i also read your philosophical article. I have too much to say to each one. (which each make good points, but also some mistake that make me disagree with it). I will only say that despite what seem to teach science, entropy is neither about complexity, nor order....

- Tue Sep 08, 2015 2:30 pm
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine
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### Re: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine

.................... The Completed Extended Proof (this post should be read together with the first two posts of this thread) First keep in mind that (x^p)^1/p = x, p not equal to 0. This will help you to understand what follows. The difference between the power of two anagram numbers with p = 0 is...

- Tue Sep 08, 2015 2:14 pm
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine
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### Re: Proving that the difference between any two anagram numbers is always a multiple of nine

First, in regards to Rilx, he was wrong on several accounts. First he did the algebra wrong. Then he left out some steps. Then he indicated that an infinity of digits would be involved which isn't true (and I'm going to prove it). To start this off, let's suppose we have these two three-digit numbe...

- Mon Sep 07, 2015 11:44 pm
- Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
- Topic: The scams of Statistics...
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### Re: The scams of Statistics...

First, I have to ask you to NOT insult. I don't insult you for your view and this only makes me less concerned to care to deal with you. I have no time now, i will answer tomorrow to the rest of the message, but i wanted to say i don’t want to insult you, and if you felt insulted i am sorry. My goa...