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I spend countless hours playing with numbers and found a general formula to describe the following examples:

777666 = 999 (777-666) + 666777

2318 = 99 (23-18) + 1823

439 = 99 (4-9) + 934

57392673 = 9999 (5739-2673) + 26735739

As you can see, the general idea is to split the number apart right through the middle and redefine it with its dissected parts. I called it Dissected Number Law, since all positive integers can be re-expressed like this.

I also call it Mathematical Poetry, since these expressions have a " rhyming " feel to them.

443223 = 999 (443-223) + 223443

3962972522222222 = 99999999 ( 39629725 - 22222222 ) + 2222222239629725

Id like your comments on this and if you want to check the formula, view my youtube video at:

http://www.youtube.com/v/yMraoZZhzZ0

**In the video, my mathematical language could have been the usual, but it would probably take me longer to explain it.

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# Dissected Number Law

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