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I am writing to you in order to identify an idea I have and to see how this idea can be mathematically expressed. My understanding is that this idea pertains to Set Theory and I am going to do my best in expressing this idea for you-

x y z are formed into two sets, x|y and y|z.

The elements which compose x y z are the same for each ranging from ( 1-9 ).

The combination of any two of these numbers will result in a set value, meaning that 9|1 can equal to 8.5 and 1|7 equal to 2.3.

The set value reference chart varies and is currently not defined. However, it does range from 1|1.0 to 9|9.9.

Now this would form a new set. Hence the result of x|y is A and y|z is B. These would then provide a new set, resulting in a new set value. The way I work this in this idea, is that Integers are split from the decimal value and joined with the decimal values summed, i.e., 8|2.8 which then has a set value of 5.4. So in the end x | y | z ( 9 | 1 | 7 ) is equal to 5.4. C=5.4.

How do I write this, in an elegant mathematical expression?

Thank you for your consideration and input, regarding this idea.

Someone with an idea...

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