
#109
Jun1411, 04:29 PM

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#110
Jun1411, 05:21 PM

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As an intger n increases, the first blue horizontal line north (north/south = y axis) of the green line (east/west = x axis) increases by the square root of n. The intersections of the vertical lines and the concentric circles at the square root of n (blue horizontal line) equate to the divisors d of n by (nd^2)/2d = 0 mod(.5). Does that help? Jeremy 



#111
Jun2911, 07:18 AM

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a spherical version of my equation:
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/13155084/PL3...3D_Sphere.html 



#112
Jul511, 06:49 PM

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Raphie (quoted below),
I'm probably late on this but when saying things like: (11+13/((1+1)+(1+3)) = 4 You should see what mod9 (*notated by %9) gives you... I.e. ((x+y)/(x%9+y%9)) It matches most of your numbers... since mod9 is the infinite digital sum.. (digital sum taken as many times as possible until a single digit is reached) I.e. (11+13/((1+1)+(1+3)) == ((11+13)/(11%9+13%9)) 



#113
Jul811, 03:56 PM

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