has anyone investigated the three-d scattering of numbers?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

FYI:

for any base

take the symbols that represent the numbers

arrange them in a rectangular or square grid

from a starting point, follow them in a square, rectangle, or diamond until you construct a number of 2n digits

divide by a number consisting of n "1" ' s

and there is no remainder.

Probably falls out of some other findings, but an interesting construction.

EG

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# Three-d scattering of numbers?

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