# Thread: The Language of Math

1. ## The Language of Math

i looked at this for the first time and only saw the downward arrows, and said to myself "oh shit, i never seen that before". then i said to myself, "no big deal, there is usually a pattern in math"....but then i saw the arrows going upward and said "WTF!"

it's a fucked up, but liberating feeling knowing that you was stupid all this time - but it makes you wonder, how many more things are hidden in plain sight like this.

ADD On Math

add the double digit answers and get 9

lmao - basic fuckin math - dam - i was a dumb fuck all this time ?

i ain't the only one though

2. [(2n + 6) / 2 ] - n = 3

3. Originally Posted by SUNNY WINTERS
i looked at this for the first time and only saw the downward arrows, and said to myself "oh shit, i never seen that before". then i said to myself, "no big deal, there is usually a pattern in math"....but then i saw the arrows going upward and said "WTF!"

it's a fucked up, but liberating feeling knowing that you was stupid all this time - but it makes you wonder, how many more things are hidden in plain sight like this.

ADD On Math

add the double digit answers and get 9

lmao - basic fuckin math - dam - i was a dumb fuck all this time ?

i ain't the only one though

BWHAHHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHHAH you must have went to a fucking shitty school. We got taught this in 3rd-4th grade when we were 7 year old wtf?

I'm not even gonna get into how 1+1=3 cos that might just blow your mind!!!

4. yeah don't

i'm too retarded to be shown these wonders

5. Here's something you may not have known, Optimus Prime in the transformers is quite a smart name cos Optimus is 7 characters long and 7 is a prime number.

WOAH!

6. i thought that 9x9 was 16 - when i found out that it was 13 i was angry

mr weinstein and mrs silvercroft lied to me

THEY LIED TO ME !

7. PEACE,You should check out the books-"Number 9 The search for the sigma code" by Cecil Balmond and "The Enigma of Numbers" by Lance Storm,and "Is GOD a Mathematician" by Mario Livio.

8. I made a thread with what I thought was a great discovery of number patterns, but I guess kids learn it in middle school. I didn't.

http://www.wutang-corp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=73460

9. i already knew this but when i saw the OP i wondered why that was and its actually pretty obvious and can b proven simply.

if u write all ur numbers in base x (OP says x=10 which is ofc the most commonly used base) and then use timetables of x-1 (OP says x-1=9) and then write out all the timetables u get

1(x-1)=(x-1) obviously cuz x is the base the digit on the left will b 0 and the digit on the right will b (x-1)

2(x-1)=(2x-2) obviously cuz x is the base the digit on the left will b 1 and the digit on the right will b (x-2)

3(x-1)=(3x-3) obviously cuz x is the base the digit on the left will b 2 and the digit on the right will b (x-3)

4(x-1)=(4x-4) obviously cuz x is the base the digit on the left will b 3 and the digit on the right will b (x-4)

and this can b repeated for all two digit numbers when multiplying a number which is 1 under the base.

so eg if we skip to 7 times 9. so here were saying x=10 and (x-1)=9

and so 7 times 9=7(x-1)=7x-7 which means the left hand digit is 6 and the right hand digit is x-7

so we know the left hand digit is 6 and we now need to find out the right hand digit. right hand digit is (x-7) and substituting (x=10) gives us (10-7) which is 3. so the right hand digit is 3. putting these 2 facts together gives us the number 63.

therefore 7 times 9=63

10. actually looking back on what i was saying its all quite a confusing format. i'll try a different format of |first digit||second digit|

so if we do it again

1(x-1)=x-1=|0||x-1|

2(x-1)=2x-2=|1||x-2|

3(x-1)=3x-3=|2||x-3|

4(x-1)=4x-4=|3||x-4|

etc

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