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cube = inside sphere + hyperboloid Re: strip-geometry-building as reversal of Calculus #4.29 & #244 Correcting Math & Atom Totality I do not remember where the word "calculus" comes from, but if I were to rename it today it should be called the "strip decomposition process" and it would include the integration and differentiation. And the reverse would be the "strip building process" and it maybe given the name "recalculus" for it is the rever... 28 Jul 2010 08:33
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strip-geometry-building as reversal of Calculus #4.28 & #243 Correcting Math & Atom Totality In my previous post, I talked about strip-geometry-building as a extension of the Calculus, but upon further reflection, I believe strip-building-geometry is more than a extension of the Calculus but on par to Calculus as a science. As we come to learn the Calculus, we recognize that the integral is the reverse... 27 Jul 2010 13:58
primer on strip-geometry-building as extension of Calculus #4.27 & #242 Correcting Math & Atom Totality Strip geometry is not all that new. It comes out of the Calculus where one often sees the Calculus as a "picket-fence operation". The idea in strip-building- geometry is to build or construct the object in question like a sphere or pseudosphere. Where you have strips of paper or cardboard or metal and to glue or ... 27 Jul 2010 11:44
talk about 268! = 10^536 and strip geometry in Geometrical Probability theory #4.26 & #241 Correcting Math & Atom Totality This is so interesting and I see no math literature ever talking about this idea. That we take the 268! and we know it is the "all possible digit arrangement of 268 digit sequence of base_268. We know it is all the numbers between 0 and 10^536 in base_10. All Possible Digit Arrangements as permutation or factor... 27 Jul 2010 01:56
disproof of the Cantor diagonal method; Geometrical-probability theory #4.25 Correcting Math > So I think the biggest beneficiary of Geometrical-Probability theory is going to be Physics, and that mathematics will only look on in curiousity. There is another aspect to this. Suppose we had just two digits and tried to apply a Cantor diagonal on 0,1 and we have their sum total digit arrangements... 27 Jul 2010 00:51
Geometrical-probability theory-- conversion elliptic to hyperbolic geometry #4.24 & #240 Correcting Math & Atom Totality Archimedes Plutonium wrote: Archimedes Plutonium wrote: (snipped) Where there are 10^536 such numbers, all having exactly 268 digits in base_268 not base_10 but base_268. Now the question is, in base_10, do I have every number covered from 0 to 10^536 within those permutatio... 26 Jul 2010 16:03
Geometrical-probability theory #4.23 & #239 Correcting Math & Atom Totality Archimedes Plutonium wrote: (snipped) Where there are 10^536 such numbers, all having exactly 268 digits in base_268 not base_10 but base_268. Now the question is, in base_10, do I have every number covered from 0 to 10^536 within those permutations of 268 digits in base_268? Has anyone ever ... 26 Jul 2010 10:32 |