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Disclosure 1: a=a, a=1
« on: October 14, 2018, 01:58:07 pm »
The sum of this board [sic] is intended to portray 'me' within a math-themed whimsical, telling-of-stories. Should you expect 'nothing' from me, then I shall exceed your expectations. The math-(Fantsy math): a+b=c, axb=c, a/b=c, a-b=c and -ax-b=c, and in every instance 'a' is present, and so is 'b' and so is 'c'. 'a' represents:+/-; extreme. And b=+/- extreme2. But still: 1+1=2 and so a+b=c...

All of that is assignable e.g.: a=a3 and where b=b3... and never forget that a & b are +/- extremes, where the later is more so. b=b3 reflects that b=b2... do the math... I'm just saying that 'a' is smaller than 'b' in every way. a=a3. is Uno Maximus personus=a or a=Uno Maximus personus. (ref.:a=a3.)

a+b=c, axb=c, a/b=c, a-b=c and -ax-b=c, if then a=1 and b=1 then 1+1=2, 1x1=1, 1/1=1 -1x-1=1 and 1-1=0.

All of the above forms a group of 5 subsets that express the abc's of math, where the most basic expression is: a+b=c. 'c' can equal 5, but neither a nor b will ever be greater that cubed: a=a3 and b=b3, respectively. c=5 by assignment, for two factors. 1. the sum of the various subset is: 5. 'c' can represent any one of, or all of these subsets. c=c1 c=c2 c=c3 c=c4 and c=c5.

So far... 'c' is no less than variable to the fifth power extreme. But at best a-b=0 before becoming a negative e.g.: a=-1 b=-1 and so c=-2.

The whole model can be expressed in image format: Interesting that 1 is surrounded by 0's... but at its bottom, it can and does drop-out, below zero, and -1 is the first number up, followed by -2. And so is; -a3x-b2=c4.

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(Fantasy Math): The sum, as stated for subsets is 5 and so c=c5, as a "target value". At present: c=-2 and c=c5 would be c=c3
actual because 5-2=3 a-b=c, ergo: c=3 on this day of 10/14/2018. The potential to reach a c=c5 is mathematically possible. Or so it seems...

Referring to the chart: -c= -1+-1=-2. To cancel that -2, one of two formulas can be considered: -cx-c2 and -a3x-b2.

The span from -2 to 5 is 7 whole units each with its own abc structure form of expression, with numbers and symbols. Having a 7 present could give way to the creating of:c=c7. But since we're stuck in c3, that c=c5 as a possible target. c=c5 could be easily cubed... but we won't go there, just yet...

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Re: Disclosure 1: a=a, a=1
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2018, 06:51:44 pm »
(Fantasy Math): A chart excluding: -c.

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A string of examples of c: c=c+1=c=c2 and c=c2+1=c=c3 and c=c3+1=c=c4 and where c=c4+1=c=c5.

a=you, you=1 a=a3 by designation.

b=everything else, everything else=12 and b2xb3=b6.

c=consciousness; c=dimensions. c=sums/totals, c=events, c=the unknown, and +/- levels thereof.  +/- c=c5.


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Re: Disclosure 1: a=a, a=1
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2018, 10:22:54 am »
(Story Math)-Perspective: abc, a+b=c, etc. a=you/me?=1; b=everything else=b2, unless b=a, then b=1. But it's *this* a, meaning me, whose perspective in math expressions shall flow about, yonder there, where the sun's light--breaketh through the window's square.

You were expecting too much! *I caught you in the act, of expecting too much, because absolutely none of it is required, I mean seriously, have no expectations whatsoever and I'll exceed it, every-time. a+b=c where a=a and b=the internet=b=b2.

(Fantasy Math):Did you know that if: you reassign a value of c to any letter that follows in order like the letters: d, e, f, g and h. And so if c=c then c=d, and if, c=c2 then c=e and so when c=c3 then c=f and should the if factor, cause c=c4 to happen, then c=g, can you guess that if c=c5, that it probably=h. abcdefgh 12345678 (-2-1 0 1 2 3 4 5) (543210 +/-=) <inverse/negatives>; <vector>=v, v= .28: average. if c=c4 or c=g, then g+v=c and c=4.28 and where if f=c3 and we know it does, cuz I assigned it. Well if f=c3 and c3=f then f=f and f=f+v=c and c=3.12. and of the like/kind/sort... if only...

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Re: Disclosure 1: a=a, a=1
« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2018, 02:19:14 pm »
(Fantasy Math)-Primitive charts indicated a negative far worse than initially estimated... by a factor of 3. -2p3  or -p6 or p~, all represent a "better outlook" regards the fact that it could be worse... much worser... more worse than worser, the worstierest. I'm trying real hard to NOT make the "zeros" look too obvious... well, do you see any zeros on the chart? (there are no zeros is all I'm saying... just really big circles, and one of them, just inside the red one is the only true and factual representative of "zero (0)" within the double stars or anywhere on the page.) Ya, huh. And all the variables have been reassigned, and they are no longer in sequence: e.g.; d, e, f, g, h. These have been reassigned to: u=-c1, s=c1, f=c2, y=c3 & g=c3, h=c4 & z=c4, t=c5 and where k=c5~

Operand - (negative) within: light-blue; u-t should read u+t, as u=-1, -1=u. Therefor u+t+s=t
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A lot of special notes here: the '~' sign indicates tabulated numbers exceeding 0 and/or 1 There's a 'fudge number'--in favor of the houze, equal to c=.3 and where every '~' suffix requires that a c+.3 is added to the various assignments, like in this formula where c=s~

-p+u=-c=-2 or c=-f and where if: -f+u+c=k then k=-f+f2=f and -fxu=f=-f+g~=s~, -f+g~=s~, s~=s+.3=s~

There's nothing like a good (re)assignment, like maybe the rose & light-gray lines could indicate dimensional shifts, from 3-D to 4-D and 3-D to 5=D, irrespective of each other. Somebody wanted ice cream?! (or maybe it represents the projected price of ice cream over five years, one never knows, until an assignment has been made. Like: -p= debt, puzzles, people, anything stinky/negative, up to the sixth power... that's a lot of stink... yes it is... El Maximus Oderuos:

-2p6. And it can only get worse, here I'll show you: -2p6+u=-2p6~=p~ (or -p~=-p7, but we don't wanna go there, right? Cuz p~ could go: -2p7xy=c in a minute or -6p7~=-p~)

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Re: Disclosure 1: a=a, a=1
« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2018, 06:23:07 pm »
(Fantasy Math): A brief summation; There are four charts listed and the first chart equals 7 levels starting @ -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 The negative numbers will always sign with -. -p6=six levels of 'evil' or six levels of debt or six levels of pooping/farting... I donno, if it 'stinks' *it* fits on the negative side, below the 'zero'... it's all negative, a=you.

In a twist of shear fabrication, I devised a way to "beat-the-odds".... maybe it's cheating, maybe it's not... It seems that I made the zero-line fatter than the other lines, there's something about digitized charts, they skew a bit--plus the addition of line-thickness I managed to weasel out of the chart a v=.15 and v=.23 gain, where c=.15 and c=.23 and c+c=.28=c. c=c.28 =c~+t=k~ or k=k5.3 or k5~=k~.

The compressed chart of the first, the chart minus the double negative c where c=-c2. (I removed -c2 and charted only positive numbers. This chart has three vector points: @ vf=2.55, vg=3.15 and vz=4.2 and so c=vf+vg+vz=c/y=c-y=c=.3 or c~. And since I like to cheat, I added that .3 between the zero-line and the negative 1 line. Plus I've included the .3 in c5~ which is equal to k~.


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Re: Disclosure 1: a=a, a=1
« Reply #5 on: October 22, 2018, 09:22:30 am »
This is a blank presentation k chart. It represents 6 vector points: vs~, vf~, vg~, vh~, vt~ and vk~, and k~=6.72=k~

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This is the handiest cheat-chart for k~, which is the carry-over to q (Q) charts... found in the next post.

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Re: Disclosure 1: a=a, a=1
« Reply #6 on: October 22, 2018, 09:51:23 am »
Q chart: cheat=v2; q=12 and p=p*p=p~=q~

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Q chart: presentation; q~=q~=12+v3=13=q~
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And there are four reserve letters for the Universal Math nth chart represents. 12+4=16=nth~. Chart Supreme Universal Maxima. or SUM~ THE END... when that chart shows up, and we ain't nowhere nears: SUM, beach... just sayin' c chart=c charts~=(c+c)+(c*c)=c chart~ (c3~.

 

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