Is this real maths or somebody winding me up?

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  1. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    You have not explained it simple. You have not explained anything that makes any sense!
    This is a simple explanation:
    Apples are red because the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
    Very simple but nonsense.
    Because a 'light sphere that is a mono pole positive polarity' is a made up term which is meaningless.
    Did I win?
     
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  3. amber Registered Member

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    Here we go, if i have not learnt, how am I able to discuss matrix's and Cartesian coordinate systems ?
     
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  5. amber Registered Member

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    An electron is an electron only because of the proton, a proton is a proton only because of the electron. One cannot exist without the other.
     
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  7. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    Yeah this is nuts - I am running an experiment and this is how I am wasting my time until I get to a point that the parts are ready measure...

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  8. amber Registered Member

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    You have taught me quite a bit so it is hardly wasted time. what experiment are you doing?
     
  9. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    You are not discussing these things. You are using the terms but you are not stringing them together into meaningful sentences.
     
  10. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    If you say so.
     
  11. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    A drying experiment for ceramic product. I think I need to decrease the kinetic excitement... (I assume you meant translational kinetic energy).
     
  12. amber Registered Member

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    I don's say so, my matrix and the laws of Physics suggests so. It is an opinion based on information . Likewise polarities repulse is a fact, evident and proven. A matrix of only likewise polarity can not retain it's form without a mechanism to do so. What is true for (a) is also true for (b) in that either signed pole cannot individually retain form. However when both empty matrix's appear simultaneously at the same location point of space, both matrix's can retain form and exist.
     
  13. amber Registered Member

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    I consider that when atoms interact with energy the consequence action is excitement in the form of they vibrate more?
    An increase in friction creating the heat?
     
  14. amber Registered Member

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    Dehumidifiers?
     
  15. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

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    No. The temperature of an object is a measure of the translational kinetic energy of the atoms in the material. The vibrations do not make heat. The vibration IS the temperature. The transfer of vibrational energy from the higher temperature material to a lower temperature material is what we call heat.

    And with that I am off to make my measurements and I can already see that the results are not what I desired. It was ever thus....
     
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  16. Michael 345 Bali 1 week here 2 to go Valued Senior Member

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    You obvious don't understand that Captain America loves Wonder Woman not Supergirl and the formula explain how Wonder Woman's invisible jet gets its properties and as per Origin

    Don't you just love psychoscience?

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  18. amber Registered Member

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    ƒ: a→b

    ƒ: b→a

    g:R³→R

    Can you understand this?

    I am watching Khan on matrix's and linear algebra, it seems over complicating , what is a transformation exactly?
     
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  19. amber Registered Member

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    A=4*4

    AAAA
    AAAA
    AAAA
    AAAA

    A1 top right

    AT=transpose =

    AAAA
    AAAA
    AAAA
    AAAA

    Have I just flipped Matrix A? A1 would now be bottom left?

    ƒ: a→b transpose to ƒ: a.b mean anything?
     
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  20. arfa brane call me arf Valued Senior Member

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    T'was brillig, and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe
     
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  21. amber Registered Member

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    After a quick google search , I think you said it is nonsense, so back to the ''drawing board'' and maybe a different approach to my learning experience.

    Input Matrix A

    0000
    0000
    0000
    0000

    Input Matrix B

    0000
    0000
    0000
    0000


    Output Matrix C


    1111
    1111
    1111
    1111

    Do you understand this?

    How about

    df <- do.call(cbind, split(x, c("positive","negative")))?

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9508773/converting-one-column-of-data-into-two-columns-in-r?rq=1
     
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  22. arfa brane call me arf Valued Senior Member

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    Well, there might be some hope.

    But you've been watching a video on matrices and linear algebra. Matrix algebra and linear algebra are kind of the same thing, at least in a Euclidean space.
    In physics, every space has a Hilbert space associated with it, Hilbert spaces are more general than Euclidean spaces. And sure, there a a lot of programming languages that handle matrices and operations on them.
    Try writing a program that can handle a permutation group (like for a deck of cards, say).

    If you think linear algebra is complicated, try this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilbert_space
     
  23. amber Registered Member

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    Thank you for your link , I had not heard of Hilbert space.

    How do I describe an isotropic transformation (T) of an empty matrix (a) across an open space K , ?

    T(a)=λa/K?

    eigenvectors of a?

    aX,Y,Z = λX,Y,Z

    or

    aX,Y,Z=λn?

    or mapped

    ƒ:an?

    ƒ:[]→[n]?

    n being n-dimensional








     
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