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Old 2014-04-20, 20:31   #1
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Wink Here is a fun little game for Katydids called "Hypergraphia".Children enjoy

Once upon a time a hybernating set of moles awoke. Primary sniffed spring air. Secondary squeezed along side primary did same remarking, "Most elegant physical result independently confirmed." Tertiary member contradicted from relativistic perspective position. " All I can smell is molasses."
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Old 2014-04-21, 01:02   #2
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May your unwarranted assumptions (about the identity of your first responder) turn your best realities into fantasies and your worst fantasies vice versa.

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hyperextended digits crosses over to math?
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Old 2014-04-22, 22:06   #3
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Wink Here is a fun little game for Katydids called "Hypergraphia".Children enjoy

n = 0,1,2,3...

Now get these numbers everybody likes a lot.
Phi = 1.618033...
phi = .618033...
P = 2 (( phi + n/2 ) sin ( 180 / n ))
e = ( 1 + 1 / n ) ^n
Her = 2P/3 -√3/2 Oh my Katydids, who is she? Draw a pair of circles r= 1 with the centers on each other's circumferences. Her is the area of the pretty shape in the middle.

G = Phi^2 * 6 / 5 a Euclidean line length > P if n is a big number.

Now Atropos is our curious "A" fated for today.
A = 54 * Phi^5 / ( 5 * √2 * phi ) a squib more than 137.0359...
B = ( 2 ( A-137 ) + 137 ) ^2 * G - √3/2 + A^-1 / √( G-1 )
You'll get it right as 59026.54913596254990...
C = 1/B
D = 1+C
E = 2*Her*D* (G-C )-5
hmmmmm... 2.718281828586... which is less than e when n= infinity.
So... find "n". E= ( 1 + 1 / n )^n to some limit. Goldilocks n is not to big, or too little, but just right.
As you will see, P converges down as e converges up by n.
Euler showed e^i^pi + 1 = 0
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Old 2014-04-22, 22:20   #4
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I am truly curious as to how these posts are created. Human? Computer translator? Random number/word generator? Some combination?

Also, can a mod please move this thread to a more suitable place, like Misc Math?
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Old 2014-04-22, 22:41   #5
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Default Combinate requests mod move over to children's den, merci. Are bots and chi

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I am truly curious as to how these posts are created. Human? Computer translator? Random number/word generator? Some combination?

Also, can a mod please move this thread to a more suitable place, like Misc Math?
Are bots and little minds permitted to play in lounge if supervised?
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Old 2014-04-23, 04:44   #6
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Phi = 1.618033...
The golden ratio.

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phi = .618033...
Its reciprocal.

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e = ( 1 + 1 / n ) ^n
For this to be e, we must be taking the limit as n increases without bound. That lets us determine that

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P = 2 (( phi + n/2 ) sin ( 180 / n ))
is actually a reference to pi (note the implicit use of degrees and the use of "phi" for 1/phi).

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Her = 2P/3 -√3/2
I give up.
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Old 2014-04-23, 22:59   #7
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Riemann was such a humble man. When I was eleven I asked for Euclid's Elements. Under the tree were " Gödel's Proof " "Prime Obsession" and 30 200pg. notebooks. I was hooked. Since then I've come upon perhaps a dozen beautiful theories in pure math and physics which begin..."If Riemann is true, it follows..." I believe should anyone have a proof, they would not be nice not telling everybody. Two curios not worth making fun of please. phi tried is one half. I can't recall where I saw an anatomical detail of the cross section of a placenta. Having a discursive mind I do recall running to get Derbyshire's book wherein are two graph diagrams I showed to everybody. "Zeta sends to..." My question is what, of all mortal arts and sciences doesn't await dream hope or ultimately advance by a proof.
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You can know this. Mommy's egg studies Daddy's potential future probibabies, then there is you. At first cellular you mytosis half of you goes to ( is sent to become ) placenta. Placenta remains one large cell with many nucliei. The other half of you is very many special different cells each with a complex nucleus. Don't answer OK. Have you ever sort of felt halfish?
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Old 2014-04-23, 23:51   #9
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You are doing so well. Don't give up. Looook! You discovered my geometrical closed form equation of Pi to lim. n.
On 'Her'... please independently prove she is a constant long sought. I worked very long and hard bringing her to children in simplest form. If r=1 then the area of the vesica pisce is 1^2* Her. Now you may please any n as area since r>0 r^2Her=vesica. Sqrt (n/Her) is pleasing r. Proven.
Atropos is beautiful mystery. Goggle my fate. 137.0359...
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Old 2014-04-24, 00:44   #10
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I am truly curious as to how these posts are created. Human? Computer translator? Random number/word generator? Some combination?
IMO, "Only Human".

A bot wouldn't be this creative, nor stupid.
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IMO, "Only Human".

A bot wouldn't be this creative, nor stupid.
Chris, get your absurdist meter recalibrated. This person-being-creature, is very successfully yanking lots of chains. I find it all very amusing.
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