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# A Mathematical anomaly

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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)

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.
Quoting: FHL(C)

from [link to en.wikipedia.org]

A variation on the explanation

A nice trick for very young children to learn to add nine is to add ten to the digit and to count back one. Since we are adding 1 to the ten's digit and subtracting one from the unit's digit, the sum of the digits should remain the same. For example 9+2=11 with 1+1=2. When adding 9 to itself, we would thus expect the sum of the digits to be 9 as follows: 9+9=18 (1+8=9) and 9+9+9=27 (2+7=9). Let us look at a simple multiplication: 5x7=35 (3+5=8). Now consider (7+9)x5=16x5=80 (8+0=8) or 7x(9+5)=7x14=98 (9+8=17 1+7=8).

Any positive integer can be written as 9 x n + a where 'a' is a single digit 0 to 8 and 'n' is any positive integer. Thus, using the distributive rule (9 x n + a)x(9 x m + b)= 9 x 9 x n x m + 9 x(am+bn) +ab. Since the first two factors are multiplied by 9, their sums will end up being 9 or 0, leaving us with 'ab'. In our example, 'a' was 7 and 'b' was 5. We would expect in any base system the number before that base would behave just like the nine.

Further down the page -
The method bears striking resemblance to standard signal processing and computational error detection and error correction methods, typically using similar modular arithmetic.
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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)

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.

from [link to en.wikipedia.org]

A variation on the explanation

A nice trick for very young children to learn to add nine is to add ten to the digit and to count back one. Since we are adding 1 to the ten's digit and subtracting one from the unit's digit, the sum of the digits should remain the same. For example 9+2=11 with 1+1=2. When adding 9 to itself, we would thus expect the sum of the digits to be 9 as follows: 9+9=18 (1+8=9) and 9+9+9=27 (2+7=9). Let us look at a simple multiplication: 5x7=35 (3+5=8). Now consider (7+9)x5=16x5=80 (8+0=8) or 7x(9+5)=7x14=98 (9+8=17 1+7=8).

Any positive integer can be written as 9 x n + a where 'a' is a single digit 0 to 8 and 'n' is any positive integer. Thus, using the distributive rule (9 x n + a)x(9 x m + b)= 9 x 9 x n x m + 9 x(am+bn) +ab. Since the first two factors are multiplied by 9, their sums will end up being 9 or 0, leaving us with 'ab'. In our example, 'a' was 7 and 'b' was 5. We would expect in any base system the number before that base would behave just like the nine.

Further down the page -
The method bears striking resemblance to standard signal processing and computational error detection and error correction methods, typically using similar modular arithmetic.
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Thanks ac, very interesting

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04/07/2010 08:09 PM
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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

What is this ?

any one know ?
Quoting: Number man 936558

The reason is because of the Dimensions of Numbers, which is nothing more than how Numbers work with other numbers. One thing you didn't notice is 7 is a Prime Number, so try dividing using other Prime Numbers and notice what happens with them, which then you will start gaining knowledge of Dimensional Math and from there, you might be able to figure out the Answer to your own Question. ;)

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04/08/2010 02:58 AM
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
something deep is hidden in all this
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04/08/2010 03:06 AM
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1111 x 1111 = 1234321

1111111 x 1111111 = 1234567654321

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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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ha?
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04/08/2010 10:17 AM
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04/08/2010 08:20 PM
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I feel some thing deep is hidden in all these numerical relationships

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I feel some thing deep is hidden in all these numerical relationships
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Then you might be experiencing a sense of Mathematical Well Being in just now finding out that God's true language is Math. ;)

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04/11/2010 07:18 AM
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I feel some thing deep is hidden in all these numerical relationships

Then you might be experiencing a sense of Mathematical Well Being in just now finding out that God's true language is Math. ;)

Ribbit :)
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well I can show you something on that

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05/11/2010 06:56 AM
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Part of the big picture

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"Twelve plus one" is an anagram of "Eleven plus two".
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I feel some thing deep is hidden in all these numerical relationships

Then you might be experiencing a sense of Mathematical Well Being in just now finding out that God's true language is Math. ;)

Ribbit :)
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All I see it as is the distinct pattern between shapes and numbers.

Shapes are the true numbers, but we just don't understand them, so it's been made into a language that we do understand (albeit it's flawed).
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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.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 862437

True. But then don't you think that our whole mathematical thinking and system is flawed? To say there are 'irrational' numbers is only an cover up to our lack of ability to properly quantify that idea/number.

My biggest annoyance is PI. How in the world can you set up a whole mathematical system that can't even reconcile the circumference of a circle?
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05/11/2010 07:19 AM
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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

Marko rodin and others already established that fact. Heck even some of my post or other numerologist have brung that and the subject of 7 up various times.

What is more interesting is that you can make any number repeat itself by dividing it by repeating repeating nines equal to amount of digits.

7 is the vortex of infinity you can string it up so that the numbers op mentioned equals 9999999.
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The reason is because of the Dimensions of Numbers, which is nothing more than how Numbers work with other numbers. One thing you didn't notice is 7 is a Prime Number, so try dividing using other Prime Numbers and notice what happens with them, which then you will start gaining knowledge of Dimensional Math and from there, you might be able to figure out the Answer to your own Question. ;)

Ribbit :)
Quoting: Butt Ugly Toad

Yes, 7 is the prime number for planet number 7 with almost 7 billion people on board .

Now guess why they want to depopulate it. :)
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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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I can see this.

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05/11/2010 08:14 AM
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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

Try figuring out this one:

No one has answered that as of today. Is there anyone capable of answering it on this planet?

Ribbit

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The reason is because of the Dimensions of Numbers, which is nothing more than how Numbers work with other numbers. One thing you didn't notice is 7 is a Prime Number, so try dividing using other Prime Numbers and notice what happens with them, which then you will start gaining knowledge of Dimensional Math and from there, you might be able to figure out the Answer to your own Question. ;)

Ribbit :)

Yes, 7 is the prime number for planet number 7 with almost 7 billion people on board .

Now guess why they want to depopulate it. :)
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 871439

And guess what? There is 7 billion forecast by 2012:

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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)

Try figuring out this one:

No one has answered that as of today. Is there anyone capable of answering it on this planet?

Ribbit
Quoting: Butt Ugly Toad

Hay man

thats pretty cool

how is it doing ?

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The reason is because of the Dimensions of Numbers, which is nothing more than how Numbers work with other numbers. One thing you didn't notice is 7 is a Prime Number, so try dividing using other Prime Numbers and notice what happens with them, which then you will start gaining knowledge of Dimensional Math and from there, you might be able to figure out the Answer to your own Question. ;)

Ribbit :)

Yes, 7 is the prime number for planet number 7 with almost 7 billion people on board .

Now guess why they want to depopulate it. :)
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 871439

To create Mathematical Harmony!

Ribbit

Last Edited by Butt Ugly Toad on 05/11/2010 08:20 AM

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The reason is because of the Dimensions of Numbers, which is nothing more than how Numbers work with other numbers. One thing you didn't notice is 7 is a Prime Number, so try dividing using other Prime Numbers and notice what happens with them, which then you will start gaining knowledge of Dimensional Math and from there, you might be able to figure out the Answer to your own Question. ;)

Ribbit :)

Yes, 7 is the prime number for planet number 7 with almost 7 billion people on board .

Now guess why they want to depopulate it. :)

To create Mathematical Harmony!

Ribbit
Quoting: Butt Ugly Toad

They obviously don't want to let it reach 7 billion mark. :)
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05/11/2010 08:42 AM
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good
but not mysterious.
1/7 = 0.142857 142857 142857 142857 142857
2/7 = 0.285714 285714 285714 285714 285714
3/7 = 0.428571 428571 428571 428571 428571
4/7 = 0.571428 571428 571428 571428 571428
5/7 = 0.714285 714285 714285 714285 714285
6/7 = 0.857142 857142 857142 857142 857142
7/7 = 1
8/7 = 1.142857 142857 142857 142857 142857
9/7 = 1.285714 285714 285714 285714 285714
10/7= 1.428571 428571 428571 428571 428571

repeating after six digits. because the seventh digit is equal to the first digit.
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^^Here is your 'mathematical anomaly' .

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The reason is because of the Dimensions of Numbers, which is nothing more than how Numbers work with other numbers. One thing you didn't notice is 7 is a Prime Number, so try dividing using other Prime Numbers and notice what happens with them, which then you will start gaining knowledge of Dimensional Math and from there, you might be able to figure out the Answer to your own Question. ;)

Ribbit :)

Yes, 7 is the prime number for planet number 7 with almost 7 billion people on board .

Now guess why they want to depopulate it. :)

To create Mathematical Harmony!

Ribbit

They obviously don't want to let it reach 7 billion mark. :)
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 871439

The earth would blow apart!

Ribbit ;)

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Last Edited by Butt Ugly Toad on 05/11/2010 08:44 AM

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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)

Try figuring out this one:

No one has answered that as of today. Is there anyone capable of answering it on this planet?

Ribbit
Quoting: Butt Ugly Toad

Why would I want to use simple whole numbers and be left with .x scale when this 830/747 will generate a x.x scale of 1.1. Count with more than single digit numbers, just primes or learn to count with only one number it will change the way you see most numbers functioning.

9 is a hyper number but it loses out to 12 and 7 and most other prime combinations. Derivatives of 3 are good for baseline, scalars, and grids, considering the only other number as consistently accurate would be a 0 or 5 since they are always creating a very simplistic wave pattern.

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The reason is because of the Dimensions of Numbers, which is nothing more than how Numbers work with other numbers. One thing you didn't notice is 7 is a Prime Number, so try dividing using other Prime Numbers and notice what happens with them, which then you will start gaining knowledge of Dimensional Math and from there, you might be able to figure out the Answer to your own Question. ;)

Ribbit :)

Yes, 7 is the prime number for planet number 7 with almost 7 billion people on board .

Now guess why they want to depopulate it. :)

To create Mathematical Harmony!

Ribbit

They obviously don't want to let it reach 7 billion mark. :)

The earth would blow apart!

Ribbit ;)
Quoting: Butt Ugly Toad

Oh shit!

We are in DEEP shit!

Ribbit

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Looks like it was 04-10-2010 when we hit 7 Billion:

Very interesting.

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one more

1/13 = 0.076923 076923 076923 076923 076923
2/13 = 0.153846 153846 153846 153846 153846
3/13 = 0.230769 230769 230769 230769 230769
4/13 = 0.307692 307692 307692 307692 307692
5/13 = 0.384615 384615 384615 384615 384615
6/13 = 0.461538 461538 461538 461538 461538
7/13 = 0.538461 538461 538461 538461 538461
8/13 = 0.615384 615384 615384 615384 615384
9/13 = 0.692307 692307 692307 692307 692307
10/13= 0.769230 769230 769230 769230 769230
11/13= 0.923076 923076 923076 923076 923076
12/13= 0.923076 923076 923076 923076 923076