Monthly Archives: March 2013

From the idea of M-tree to number M transformation

Firstly, short elaboration on the decimal system and similar systems (e.g. binary) in general. The primitive of the number shown in the very system carries information about its value (quantity related), i.e. does not carry information about the connections between … Continue reading

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Prime exponential k-function: a task about the symmetry of numbers

Let , where and defines the number of consecutive primes used for the function, i.e. here: {2,3,5,7}. For all prime find all such such that (if exists). Additional question: how does that change when (and the rest of the task … Continue reading

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Logical struggles regarding the vagueness and partial knowledge

Some of my recent struggles concern logic. Therein, embedded in the logic that we know, we deal with binary assessment of a logical value based on the environment of a claim surrounding the sentence in question. What does that mean? … Continue reading

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Measuring number symmetry and introduction of M(k)-tree

Starting from the last digit of every prime number (1,3,7,9), we then might iteratively append to numbers on the left side of the last digit (first added). This could be a way to create all (but divisible by 5) odd … Continue reading

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