Calculate first 350-11 and then see the problem as given in ry1 .
M should be 4, since 14-9 = 5 is the sole possibility for the ones.
After you fibd the value of M subtrahend is known (45). Just add it to the difference to find 45+339 = 384 .
Write the given formula in the form : 1 + 16/A .
In order to have 16/A a natural number A may be 1, 2 , 4 , and ... .
The number should increase because of this exchange .
One of the numbers is 993.
If thousand or 8.3 x 365 geater ...
18 and 9 ; 12 and 15 ; etc.
We have to teach these names to next generations and this should take a plausible amount of time, say a year or a couple of years.
It is just like knowing all possible distances between N consecutively equidistant points on a line.
As far as the absolute values is concerned we have n-1 absolute values.
But we have N-1 + N-2 + ...+ N-(N-1) distinct distances.
We need to know 18-9 ; 17-9 and 17-8 ; 16-9, 16-8 and 16-6 ; 15-9, 15-8, 15-7, 15-6 ; ... ;11-9, 11-8, 11-7, 11-6, 11-5, 11-4, 11-3, 11-2
which makes a total of 36.
And of course 9-8, ... , 9-1 ; 8-7, ... , 8-1 ; ... ; 2-1 which gives another 36 .
Base 8 and 12 may well compete with it.
Rather say economic developement and growth .
Huge amount and large audience makes concentration on operative teaching a must. We may say details may be learned as expertise is gained
which is quite true, but sufficient global cooperation between experts of all fields fails and is almost impossible.
Base 1 coding is impossible, we can not code all numbers by using only one number/sign. We could not determine its place, its relative place.
We can of course draw a bar corresponding to every object but it is then a picture without coding.
If drawing a picture is defined and accepted as coding, then such a situation may also be called baseless coding. It will be extremely hard to find enogh place as the numbers
16 = 10000 , 32 = 100000 and 64 = 1000000 (underlined means decimally coded) .
having equal numbers of data => 63x63x63 = 250 047 .
Infinity and a point, a real 0 on any axis are just abstractions/idealizations and not realities. We should be extremely careful as we use
We can not show any physical example of 0 but 0 is a number by our definitions, infinite is not a number.
Try and see how many times you can fold a piece of paper, a page of your note book.
Better write it down as seen on the figure .
M=1000 , D=500 , C=100 etc. .
In this case a 50 cent coin is also possible.
One possible combination is 2x25 cents, and another combination may be 25 cents, 10 cents, 10 cents and 5 cents.
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