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Mornington Crescent!


November 20th, 2011, 5:02 pm
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getreal wrote:
*Well, even I (dim as I am) know that this is incorrect

a) 7 +7 = 3
b) 4 +4 = 15


* not sure what term to use. Facetiousness? Sarcasm? Irony, even?

answers on a postcard etc.



7+7=3 modulo 11
4X4=15 in base 9
For the 2nd problem, I replaced a + with a X , which is valid under these rules.


November 20th, 2011, 5:04 pm
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Gotcha on:

7+7=3 modulo 11

thundril (after I had looked up what "modulo" meant!)

I assume that the change in the second problem indicates your opinion that we are allowed to make up our own rules?

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November 20th, 2011, 6:04 pm
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Very nearly, Dave B.
You are allowed to try to make up new rules as you go. I am allowed to tell you whether these rules are any good.

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November 20th, 2011, 6:07 pm
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Whilst looking up "mudulo" this led me to "ring theory" which nearly led me to a nervous breakdown.

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I love TH :D Only here the proper response to mathspam is Mornington Crescent.




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November 20th, 2011, 10:28 pm
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Hey, Fia, you worked a flanker there and changed from Montague Place to Montague Road! And then hopped over Monument Way! Still, there appears to be a cocktail bar called "Happiness" there, sounds good. Fancy a drink?

Later: Oops, misread the symbol - fancy a Chinese instead? Thought it was a cocktail shaker & glass - should have noticed the lack of an umbrella!

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November 20th, 2011, 10:53 pm
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Errr... Dave! Haven't you realised we are playing the SRDANOVA Rules?

You should have challenged Fia. It should be Six Sisters! :headbang: Fancy missing the opportunity to put three points on her licence! :sad2:

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November 21st, 2011, 6:00 pm
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There are 101 kinds of people in this world. . . . Those who understand binary, those who dont, and 11 undecided.
Cockfosters to you too, Nick!


November 21st, 2011, 6:31 pm
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now Thundril, lets not get too personal. Sorry, I thought you said Cock Festers.


November 21st, 2011, 7:41 pm
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Presupposition-point numbers have opposite
The process:
P1-0 = (s.0)
P2-1 = (s.0, 1)
P3-2 = (s.0, 1.2)
P4-3 = (s.0, 1,2,3)
P5-4 = (s.0, 1,2,3,4)
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[S7]-opposite point of
SM-I do not know the opposite point of
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Presupposition-numbers are comparable with each other
The process:
P1-two numbers (a, b) are comparable with each other - a> b, a = b, a <b, ).(=(>,=,<)
P2-three numbers (a, b, c) are comparable with each other
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P3-four numbers (a, b, c, d) are comparable with each other
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[S8]-comparability issues
SM-known two of comparability, comparability of three numbers (a number comparable with the number of the PC),comparability of the other knows.


November 22nd, 2011, 5:11 pm

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Interesting that D is always incomparable in at least one direction!

The Ovals


November 22nd, 2011, 5:45 pm
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Fia wrote:
I love TH :D Only here the proper response to mathspam is Mornington Crescent.




Seven Sisters

It's a common response to perceived trolling on the Bad Science forum.

(I'd join in the game, but I'm afraid I'm stuck in Nidd.)

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November 22nd, 2011, 6:38 pm
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Are we absolutely sure that there is no merit whatsoever in this stuff? I certainly am not qualified to read and understand maths beyond basic school maths and certain technical formulae that I have learned by rote.

I did not believe that there could be more than four dimensions. I asked mathematician type acquaintance about it and he tried to show me in maths - I just went cross eyed! There are no words adequate to describe some things.

Could any of us recognise good maths from bad above a certain level? Took some time for Einstein's work to be understood because he invented his own mathematical system to explain it - nothing existing at the time could do so.

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now Thundril, lets not get too personal. Sorry, I thought you said Cock Festers.

You seem unusually well informed, Val. Is there something you want to tell us....?


November 22nd, 2011, 7:14 pm
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Dave B wrote:
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Are we absolutely sure that there is no merit whatsoever in this stuff? I certainly am not qualified to read and understand maths beyond basic school maths and certain technical formulae that I have learned by rote.

Well, none of the other forums he has posted at seem to think so. The graphics are purdy though.

I sure wish I could play Mornington Crescent, but I understand it takes years of training, with a proficient mentor, to accomplish anything meaningful...

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November 22nd, 2011, 8:08 pm
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I sure wish I could play Mornington Crescent, but I understand it takes years of training, with a proficient mentor, to accomplish anything meaningful...
Don't be silly, Ken, any idiot can play it.
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You just have to be an idiot in the first place! :laughter:

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jdc wrote:
Fia wrote:
I love TH :D Only here the proper response to mathspam is Mornington Crescent.

It's a common response to perceived trolling on the Bad Science forum.
Thank you jdc, there's not enough time for dipping into every fora so I hope the good folk of the Bad Science forum are heart-warmed by the homage :)

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(I'd join in the game, but I'm afraid I'm stuck in Nidd.)
Dunno if the Srdanova rules accept the traditional get-out-of-Nidd clause, but if they do I hereby pronounce you fully out of Niddness :D

Where were we? Maths? Don't get it but trust scientific process of peer review. msbiljanica, have you talked and worked with other mathematicians, say in local universities?


And following Oval I believe we must be at Sloane Square...


November 22nd, 2011, 9:27 pm
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Why thank you Fia.

Hm. Sloane Square, eh? I think Kingsbury is my best bet. It's a slightly tricky manoeuvre though...

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November 22nd, 2011, 10:58 pm
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msbiljanica

You are wasting your time. They are very pretty drawings, but you have explained nothing comprehensible. There may be just two possibilities:

1. You are a genius and this stuff is way over the heads of the good people here and you will be awarded the Fields Medal in a few years.
2. What you say is gobbledegook and nonsense.

I know which seems more likely to me.

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