I think I've managed to construct a symmetric set of functions, that lets a [tex] x, x^2, x^3\;[/tex] double an algebraic number.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have a series that goes {6,9},{27,54} already. If I set x = 3, then I replace these terms with [tex]\; \{ 2x, x^2 \} ; \{ x^3, 2x^3 \} [/tex]

I have the series and a symmetric set of functions; can I put these in a matrix, and what happens if I do, I'm going to need matrix functions?

This is just something that fell out of a posted list of the first two sets of combinations for the pocket Rubik's cube - is it the "doubler" I need though? I mean, there it is...

ed: whoops, bracketed as it should be.

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# Cube and square doubles

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