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01/11/2008 02:40 PM
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1 = 1
2 = 2
4 = 4
8 = 8
16 = 7
32 = 5
64 = 1
128 = 2
256 = 4
512 = 8
1,024 = 7
2,048 = 5
4,096 = 1
8,192 = 2
16,384 = 4
32,768 = 8
65,536 = 7
131,072 = 5
262,144 = 1
524,288 = 2
1,048,576 = 4
2,097,152 = 8
4,194,304 = 7
8,388,608 = 5

LouisWinthorpeIII

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01/11/2008 02:41 PM
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It's two's compliment.
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Anonymous Coward
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01/11/2008 02:42 PM
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you found an infinite series. congrats.

now write a single equation that expresses the relationship mathematically for the bonus round.
babydust2004

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01/11/2008 02:45 PM
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It is based on numerology,looks like.Where everything is reduced to the smallest number.Which means you add all the numbers together until it is a single digit.

For example:
16 = 7 1+6=7
32 = 5 3+2=5
64 = 1 6+4=10=1+0=1
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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01/11/2008 03:07 PM
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It's two's compliment.
Quoting: LouisWinthorpeIII

hmmm... n*2 (then theosophic reductionism)

.5*2=1
1*2=2
2*2=4
4*2=8
8*2=16=1+6=7
16*2=32=3+2=5
32*2=64=6+4=10=1+0=1
Anonymous Coward
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01/11/2008 03:08 PM
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01/11/2008 03:09 PM
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111111111x111111111=12345678987654321

explain this.
Satiric Axiom

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01/11/2008 03:15 PM
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"It isn't about what you & I think, it's about what is."
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01/11/2008 03:17 PM
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128 = 2

ya sure on that?
Anonymous Coward
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01/11/2008 03:17 PM
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nevermind cuz yep, 11=2
Anonymous Coward
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01/11/2008 03:35 PM
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1 = 1
2 = 2
4 = 4
8 = 8
16 = 7
32 = 5
64 = 1
128 = 2
256 = 4
512 = 8
1,024 = 7
2,048 = 5
4,096 = 1
8,192 = 2
16,384 = 4
32,768 = 8
65,536 = 7
131,072 = 5
262,144 = 1
524,288 = 2
1,048,576 = 4
2,097,152 = 8
4,194,304 = 7
8,388,608 = 5

Quoting: WTF? 225509

Did you get see it on Rodin's videos or webpage?

He calls this a doubling circuit.
Anonymous Coward
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01/11/2008 04:04 PM
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*** OVERFLOW ERROR ***
Anonymous Coward
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01/11/2008 04:06 PM
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It's two's compliment.

hmmm... n*2 (then theosophic reductionism)

.5*2=1
1*2=2
2*2=4
4*2=8
8*2=16=1+6=7
16*2=32=3+2=5
32*2=64=6+4=10=1+0=1
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 225509

Partial credit - for full credit describe the theospohic reductionism mathematically
Smellin' DeGenerates
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01/12/2008 01:57 AM
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Anonymous Coward
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01/12/2008 02:08 AM
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nine ones x nine ones creates the sum of ascending and descending numerals to the high count of nine.

that is mind bending.
Anonymous Coward
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01/12/2008 02:11 AM
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was responding to this post

111111111 x 111111111=12345678987654321

explain this.
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Anonymous Coward
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01/12/2008 02:15 AM
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It's two's compliment.

hmmm... n*2 (then theosophic reductionism)

.5*2=1
1*2=2
2*2=4
4*2=8
8*2=16=1+6=7
16*2=32=3+2=5
32*2=64=6+4=10=1+0=1

Partial credit - for full credit describe the theospohic reductionism mathematically
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 326961

Hell I've give you a beer if you describe theospohic
Anonymous Coward
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01/12/2008 02:17 AM
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01/12/2008 02:19 AM
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:rotfl:
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01/12/2008 02:25 AM
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This is good shit.
Anonymous Coward
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01/12/2008 02:27 AM
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this should not be explained least the levee break.
Anonymous Coward
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01/12/2008 02:50 AM
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All the first column numbers are added to get the next numbers. like 16+16=32 and so on.
The other numbers might be how many times you have to and each number to get the other column of numbers, if you put them sideways. I'm to lazy to see if I'm correct.
Starseeder

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01/12/2008 02:54 AM
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It is based on numerology,looks like.Where everything is reduced to the smallest number.Which means you add all the numbers together until it is a single digit.

For example:
16 = 7 1+6=7
32 = 5 3+2=5
64 = 1 6+4=10=1+0=1
Quoting: babydust2004

Correct.
Simplicity is the key to Heaven...more than ever.

Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. (Mat 18:3)
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01/12/2008 02:55 AM
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Anonymous Coward
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01/12/2008 02:58 AM
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was fpr 336627 ^^^^^
Desarial
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12/28/2008 07:18 PM
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I noticed this some time last year. it's related to binary, obviously most of you would notice that. i also tested put other numbers, it would seem that the only time you can get such a pattern it with 2, or binary. most of them have some repitition, but usually they break it or it's only two numbers after a few random numbers that don't repeat again. I've tried this pattern up to 100 different multiples, it never changes.
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01/06/2009 09:44 PM
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i was doing this same thing today on some paper and did a search for 124875 pattern which led me here...i found some links too that might be of interest:

on a similar note here is a repeating pattern using the fibonacci sequence starting from 3:

3 = 3
3 = 3
6 = 6
9 = 9
15 = 6
24 = 6
39 = 3
63 = 9
102 = 3
165 = 3
267 = 6
432 = 9
699 = 6
1131 = 6
1830 = 3
2961 = 9

peace,
mikey
Just A Thought

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01/06/2009 09:52 PM
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111111111x111111111=12345678987654321

explain this.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 353867

binary?
Anonymous Coward
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01/06/2009 09:53 PM
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01/06/2009 10:00 PM
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WOW, That's SO fucking hard (for a 1 year old)

Add the numbers on each line.

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02/19/2009 10:01 PM
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on a similar note here is a repeating pattern using the fibonacci sequence starting from 3:

3 = 3
3 = 3
6 = 6
9 = 9
15 = 6
24 = 6
39 = 3
63 = 9
102 = 3
165 = 3
267 = 6
432 = 9
699 = 6
1131 = 6
1830 = 3
2961 = 9

peace,
mikey
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 587631

Thats far out. Ive been playing around with the fibbonacci sequence too.

If you just start from 1 (1, 1, 2, 3, 5 etc...) and reduce to single digits, it will start repeating itself after the twenty-fourth value.

Then, if you wrap those twenty-four numbers evenly around a circle you can find all sorts of neat things:

connecting the values 1 2 4 8 7 5 with lines, you make two perfect overlapping hexagons (or star of david/seal of solomon).