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A Mathematical anomaly

 
Number man
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04/07/2010 03:45 AM
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A Mathematical anomaly
A friend introduced me to this mathematical anomaly .


I don’t know what it is , what it means


But there is something cool

Interesting about it :


When you divide any number by 7

You get the same repeating series of numbers


1/7=.1428571
2/7=.2587142
3/7=.4285714


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What is this ?



any one know ?
Anonymous Coward
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04/07/2010 03:54 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
you must be good at sudoku
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04/07/2010 04:03 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
Multiply 9 by any number and the value always is nine.

9x9=81 (8+1=(9}

9x283=2547 (2+5+4+7=18 1+8=(9)

9x3942578=35483202 (3+5+4+8+3+2+0+2=27 2+7=(9)
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04/07/2010 04:07 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
2/7=.2587142 is incorrect!
It should read - 2/7=.2857142
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04/07/2010 04:11 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
9 11
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04/07/2010 05:37 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
2/7=.2587142 is incorrect!
It should read - 2/7=.2857142
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thank you
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
Multiply 9 by any number and the value always is nine.

9x9=81 (8+1=(9}

9x283=2547 (2+5+4+7=18 1+8=(9)

9x3942578=35483202 (3+5+4+8+3+2+0+2=27 2+7=(9)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 935631



cool
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
whats up with this
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04/07/2010 05:40 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
try 12345679 x 8 = 98765432
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
try 12345679 x 8 = 98765432
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also cool
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04/07/2010 05:50 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
more kabbalah crap
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04/07/2010 06:26 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
When you divide any number by 7

You get the same repeating series of numbers


1/7=.142857*

--

exceptions being 7,14,21,28,35,42,56,63 ->
which are mutiples of 7 and when divided by 7
return whole numbers...123456789
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04/07/2010 07:59 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
[link to i965.photobucket.com]

who knows the solution?
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04/07/2010 08:13 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
multiply anything by 0 and you get 0!!!!
Holy crap!!!
Nothing is true

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04/07/2010 08:17 AM
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who knows the solution?
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The hypotenuse isn't straight.
Everything is permitted..
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04/07/2010 08:26 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
numbers have these anamolies because there is fundamentally no such thing as a number, but rather a single geometric placeholder for quantifiable relationships.

We only separate numbers into distinct units in order to make that geometric placeholder tractable.

Thing of the geometric placeholder as a the "rotating ball" of an electric typewriter.

A letter is "rolled" into position at the command of the event (the typists selection). But there are no distinct letters on the ball: just a specialized embossing made distinct by the impact that raised embossing makes through the ribbon on to the paper.

Our reality is that paper.
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04/07/2010 08:28 AM
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who knows the solution?

The hypotenuse isn't straight.
 Quoting: Nothing is true

I redrawed it on a piece of chequered paper (mistrustfull) but in vain. I have not the solution. It is not about the equality of surfaces, it does not matter if the hypotenuse is precisely straight or not.
BTW I apologize to the original author (unknown for me) for copyright violation, but the riddle is around very long. I hope it had not been somebody from Thales generation.
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04/07/2010 08:31 AM
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[link to i965.photobucket.com]

who knows the solution?

The hypotenuse isn't straight.
========================================================
I redrawed it on a piece of chequered paper (mistrustfull) but in vain. I have not the solution. It is not about the equality of surfaces, it does not matter if the hypotenuse is precisely straight or not.
BTW I apologize to the original author (unknown for me) for copyright violation, but the riddle is around very long. I hope it had not been somebody from Thales generation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 874471


Yes it does matter if the hypotenuse is strait. That small lack of surface area in the crocked hypotenuse accounts for exactly 1 square :)
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04/07/2010 08:34 AM
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[link to i965.photobucket.com]

who knows the solution?

The hypotenuse isn't straight.

I redrawed it on a piece of chequered paper (mistrustfull) but in vain. I have not the solution. It is not about the equality of surfaces, it does not matter if the hypotenuse is precisely straight or not.
BTW I apologize to the original author (unknown for me) for copyright violation, but the riddle is around very long. I hope it had not been somebody from Thales generation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 874471

It does.

In the upper image, the hypotenuse is concave - In the lower image, it is convex. The triangles have slightly different areas - hence the spare square.
Everything is permitted..
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04/07/2010 08:38 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
The answer to the riddle is the "relationship" each side of the colored blocks have with each other and a unlimted shared space (ie, the riddle wouldn't exist if the space wasn't allowed to increase inside the notch".

surface area.
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04/07/2010 08:43 AM
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who knows the solution?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 874471


Anyone who has ever tried to repack a manufacturer's box with all the packing knows how this works. The packing is designed to fit a certain way, and any other arrangement will not fit them all in.
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04/07/2010 08:45 AM
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[link to i965.photobucket.com]

who knows the solution?

The hypotenuse isn't straight.
========================================================
I redrawed it on a piece of chequered paper (mistrustfull) but in vain. I have not the solution. It is not about the equality of surfaces, it does not matter if the hypotenuse is precisely straight or not.
BTW I apologize to the original author (unknown for me) for copyright violation, but the riddle is around very long. I hope it had not been somebody from Thales generation.


Yes it does matter if the hypotenuse is strait. That small lack of surface area in the crocked hypotenuse accounts for exactly 1 square :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 930120


if you look at the 2 internal triangles, their slope is not exactly the same, therefore, you do not have a straight line in one case, accounting for the extra space when re-arranged.
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04/07/2010 08:49 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
Multiply 9 by any number and the value always is nine.

9x9=81 (8+1=(9}

9x283=2547 (2+5+4+7=18 1+8=(9)

9x3942578=35483202 (3+5+4+8+3+2+0+2=27 2+7=(9)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 935631

Before computers, i think that is how accountants would find errors and flaws and corruption in company books, not sure of the exact process, but that is what an old accountant told me years ago.
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04/07/2010 09:16 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
more kabbalah crap
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get brain transplant

this is simple math

no kabbalah
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04/07/2010 09:24 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
well why are the numbers like this

what about 7 ?

does this work like this with any other number ?

A friend introduced me to this mathematical anomaly .


I don’t know what it is , what it means


But there is something cool

Interesting about it :


When you divide any number by 7

You get the same repeating series of numbers


1/7=.1428571
2/7=.2587142
3/7=.4285714


More at

[link to godssecret.wordpress.com]



What is this ?



any one know ?
 Quoting: Number man 936558
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04/07/2010 09:25 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
KICK ASS THREAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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04/07/2010 09:52 AM
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KICK ASS THREAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 925443



new link





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04/07/2010 12:38 PM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
something deep is behind all this
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04/07/2010 12:41 PM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
I wish I didn't suck at math so I could follow what you guys are saying lol

hf
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04/07/2010 01:33 PM
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who knows the solution?

The hypotenuse isn't straight.
 Quoting: Nothing is true

Assume each square = 1 inch

hypotenuse of red triangle=sq root of 8sq*3sq=8.544003745
hypotenuse of green triangle=sq root of 5sq*2sq=5.385164807
Thus length of red and green hypotenuses = 8.544003745+5.385164807=13.92916855

BUT:

hypotenuse whole triangle = Sqrt(13sq+5sq)=13.92838828

Therefore, there is a difference of 0.00078028 between length of
whole triangle sqrt(13sq+5sq) and combined hypotenuses of the red
and green hypotenuses (red) sqrt(8sq+3sq) + (green) sqrt(5sq+2sq)...

This creates an inperceptable bulge in the top triangle hypotenuse
and an inperceptable sag in the lower triangle hypotenuse.

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