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MS.x MATH-new basis

Postby kumarevo » Fri Dec 24, 2010 12:37 pm


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Mathematics that you know is limited (due to the large number of axioms), and there are a few mistakes.
You represent mathematics that has only one axiom (definition point, along a natural), everything else is the evidence in the area. Expand your knowledge of mathematics.
NATURAL MATHEMATICS
MS.0. The basic axiom. Point. Natural along.
Beginning (end) is longer than the natural point. Natural along with two points (AB), the length
between points (AB). Natural along the base length.
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MS.1. Connecting natural longer.
Natural longer connecting points. Types of mergers: (2.1) (3.1) (4.1 ).....
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MS.2. Fit natural cycles along. Naturally along the lines.
Uniform (finite, infinite) cycle, the forms (2.1) (3.1) (4.1 ),..
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The combined (final, infinite) cycle, combinations of natural connection longer.
example:
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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

Postby kumarevo » Fri Dec 24, 2010 12:53 pm

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All these cycles are natural along the line.
MS.3. Cycle connection (2.1) the direction AB. Along.
The cycle of connection (2.1 (final, infinite)) in the direction AB.
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Along the required form of natural line (series connection (2.1) the direction of AB), can be finite or infinite.
MS.4. Cycle signs. The main set of numbers-natural numbers. Numerical along.
The first point (A), connecting the points (B, C, D,...) in a cycle of (2.1 (the direction AB,infinite (along numeric)))replace the cycle of signs: (0,1), (0,1,2), (0,1,2,3), (0,1,2,3,4), (0,1,2,3, 4.5),(0,1,2,3,4,5,6),
(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7) (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,, (0,1,2,3,4,5,6 , 7,8,9), (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, A),
(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, A, B ),.... , cycle signs we'll call numbers.
In today's applied mathematics series characters: (0.1), (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7),(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 , 9),
(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, A, B, C, D, E, F). We will apply (0,1,2,3,4,5, 6,7,8,9) because he isa mass
use. Set the current math axiom, mine is a basic set of numbers (N = {0,1,2,3,4,5,...}.
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MS.5. Copying from the basic set of numbers into another set of skup.Re-set.
From the basic set of numbers are copied ((;)with repetition without repetition, finally, endless,
combined) in the second set. Re-set (;;) is the release of a set of number brackets (code sets,
= sign) to another form of description set.Re-set together with a number, just remove the brackets
(code set, character =).

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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

Postby Math Tutor » Sat Dec 25, 2010 3:40 am

Thank you for the article. It is interesting.

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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

Postby kumarevo » Sat Dec 25, 2010 1:16 pm

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MS.6. Re-set set- frequency. Sign connecting _ (minimum 2) re-set sets.
Same set of numbers (minimum 2) to re-set in frequency. Form: a (number) f (mark frequency),
b (as there are same number), b (end frequency). Simple form.
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MS.7.Re-set set-srcko.
Set of numbers (minimum 2) where the distance to the furthest point to the same re-set in srcko.
Form:a (initial number), b (distance), c (final number, if there is srcko final, unless there is
srcko is infinite). Simple form.
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MS.8.Re-set set-srcko + pendant
Reset meeting (srcko) joined the other numbers (minimum 1) not reset in srcko,have the same
distance (b) the number srcka. Form: a (initial number), b (distance), c (final number, if
There srcko is final, unless there is srcko is infinite), d (pendant-number). Simple form.

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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

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MS.9.Reset set-srcko + frequency (not a common number).
Reeti meetings (srcko, frequency) have jointly no number .Form: a (initial number), b (distance)
c (final number, if any srcko is final, unless there is srcko is infinite), d (number)
f (frequency code), e (as there are same numbers e (end frequency). The simple form.
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MS.10.Reset set-srcko + frequency (a common number (numbers)).
Reset meetings (srcko, frequency) have jointly number .Form: a (initial number), b (distance)
c (final number, if any srcko is final, unless there is srcko is infinite), d (joint
number), f (frequency code), e (as there are same number), e (end frequency). Simple form.
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MS.11. Comparability of the two numbers (a, b). The simple form.
The number is comparable with the number of b:
1. final point of a more distant from the ultimate point of b, the starting point. a> b
2. final point of the final point of b are equidistant from the starting point. a = b
3. final point of B is farther from the ultimate point of a, the starting point. a <b
MS.12. Point numbers, points numeric long (N).
The starting point of each number is the point where the number 0 Final each number is the point where
a number (except the number 0, which is the starting, final point in the same place). Other points of the
between the starting point, final point (except number 1, who has just starting, final point).

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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

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MS.13. Internal calculation (a relationship), the gap numbers.
The number (a) is static, the number of (b) moves the longer the Number (N points) starting point.
This will explain the relationship with number (a=5) and the number of (b=2)...
-place for internal calculations-
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-place for the numbers gap (gap marked with red numbers)-
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Tag gap numbers: a (a number), c (gaps between numbers and (b)), b (b). Simple form.
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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

Postby kumarevo » Tue Dec 28, 2010 1:19 pm

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MS.14. Internal calculations-addition a + b
Addition is the result of a merger (which is static) of a (which exists at the points of a
its starting point), it can be:
- complete (no b exists at all points of a)
-part (number b there at 2, over a number of points, for a less than complete)
-respectively (b is the number one point of a)
Tags internal calculations (. c.), c (point (point) on the number of long and where is
internal calculations, is given as the number-srcko + pendants-srcko)
General solution-completely a = b, and c <b,a> 0 (final point of the merger (the starting point b, located on the
final point of a), d (can be a number or code b)
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In part, individually derived from the complete collection
General solution-complete a> b, a> 1, c (a-b +1 current subtraction, addition), d (final point of
merger (the starting point b, is the final point of a), e (number of points, the number a + 1 = e
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Displayed separately for the addition of a = 5, b = 2
(.0.) 5+2=5
(.1.) 5+2=5
(.2.) 5+2=5
(.3.) 5+2=5
(.4.) 5+2=6
(.5.) 5+2=7

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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

Postby kumarevo » Tue Dec 28, 2010 1:45 pm

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MS.15. Foreign-calculation of addition a + b
A (b) are both sets of numbers with one member. Numbers are added (current union).
If the numbers are equal to the frequency of their result, if the numbers are a result of their different srcko.
Simple form.
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MS.16.Gap numbers + pendant (frequency, srcko, gap numbers).
The emptiness of the reserves the pendant (frequency, srcko, gap numbers).Simple form.
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MS.17. Frequency, the gap srcko numbers.
More gap numbers can be written as a number of gaps (where the parts are described with
frequency or srcka). Simple shapes. Examples:

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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

Postby kumarevo » Wed Dec 29, 2010 1:22 pm

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MS.18. Internal calculations - a-b subtraction.
The basis of the internal mathematical operations of addition, where the combine numbers and (b) is subtracted
(deleted), what remains is the result of subtractin.
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single subtraction (a = 5, b = 2)
(.0.) 5-2=3
(.1.) 5-2=1.(2).2
(.2.) 5-2=2.(2).1
(.3.) 5-2=3
(.4.) 5-2=4.(1).1
(.5.) 5-2=5.(0).2
general solution completely (there are many variations) I gave some solutions.
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Partial, single deduced from complete forms
MS.19. Subset, power set, empty set.
When the basic set is not copied number in the second set, we say that it is the empty set (no numbers).
When the set has a (more numbers) we can to factor in several parts (subsets). The set of all
subset of the power set P (A).
MS.20. Foreign-subtraction calculations a - b
In this computational operations are only one set and its subset.

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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

Postby kumarevo » Thu Jan 06, 2011 7:29 am

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MS.21. Internal calculation-section and a(2 characters for the intersection set) b.
The basis of the internal mathematical operations of addition, where the combine numbers and (b) remains, the rest
be revoked (deleted), what remains is the result section.
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Complete general solution a = b, a <b,
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General solution complete a> b

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Re: MS.x MATH-new basis

Postby kumarevo » Thu Jan 13, 2011 2:15 pm

intended for trained mathemematics
Theorem: to prove that every real number is the result of divisions of two integers
To prove this theorem, I will bring the term (one digit, two digit , three digit,... real numbers), they show how many digits beyond the natural (whole) numbers after the commas (points)
R = Z: (10 ^ x), x different from the number zero
b = {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9} a = {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9} possible values and a(b)
R-real numbers, Z-whole numbers
x = 1, Z (10 ^ 1) = {Z} Z.b
x = 2, P: (10 ^ 2) = {Z, Z.b, Z.ab}
x = 3, P: (10 ^ 3) = {Z, Z.b, Z.ab, Z.aab}
x = 4, P: (10 ^ 4) = {Z, Z.b, Z.ab, Z.aab, Z.aaab}
x = 5, P: (10 ^ 5) = {Z, Zb, Z.ab, Z.aab, Z.aaab, Z.aaaab}
....
when the value of x is infinite, as the results are all real numbers
This evidence proves that the real and rational numbers one and the same numbers to irrational numbers do not exist, set this theorem to their mathematics teachers, and this shows that the current mathematics is limited and that there are errors (this is one of the errors). All solutions are not shown because for this we need all the infinite states, but was given a sample (as well as natural (whole) numbers are not written all but given sample. You think differently from what you give in school.

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