# Is this real maths or somebody winding me up?

Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by amber, Feb 4, 2018.

1. ### arfa branecall me arfValued Senior Member

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Do you understand that the page you linked, from mathworks, is talking about a data type?
Do you know what MATLAB is? Do you understand anything else on the page you linked, or you just saw "empty matrix" and thought "aha!"
You've asked this question or one very like it a few times now.
I don't think anyone understands the question, I know I don't.

3. ### Michael 345New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldlValued Senior Member

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My screen shot begs to differ unless the post has been doctored

5. ### DaveC426913Valued Senior Member

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No it doesn't.

Go back and read post 153.
The OP is replying to origin, claiming origin thinks he's smarter.
My comment simply corrected that: origin is not (necessarily) smarter, merely more informed.

7. ### Michael 345New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldlValued Senior Member

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Got it but hope you understand my confusion

Anyway I would contend if we had a brain damage ant it could be considered smarter than orange tree sap

Even if it was trapped inside it

Cheers

8. ### amberRegistered Member

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I think Matlab would be computer programming software. I understood bits of the page. Isn't a Matrix a matrix in any description?

How can nobody understand the question, it is in English and is not difficult to understand?

does anyone know how to?

In maths form?

Know how to explain?

An empty Matrix?

Expanding at c?

To become a n-dimensional Matrix?

f(x) = nx? .

n * n matrix?
min i=0

min j = 0

max i=n

max j=n

an,n ?

(n*n) c³?

n=nc²?

0³=n³?

n*n+1=0³= 1

0*0+1=0³=1

Based on >0=1

A 0 point adjoined to a 0 point = 1x

By stating 0 + 0 , we are stating there is two 0 points

I will keep practising until you say yes that looks correct. Then I know I am doing right.

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9. ### amberRegistered Member

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I think this one is pretty close to being correct in explaining

The individual items in an m × n matrix A

Δ i * j = ΔE where E is energy and i and j are vectors?

But I would have to put n × n matrix A ?

I am using this link and your explanation thus far to try and do the maths required.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matrix_(mathematics)

ƒ:i,j=n?

I also think this map is now correct?

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10. ### DaveC426913Valued Senior Member

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And then ... you will ... teach us the secret of gravity.

That's the 2-step plan, is it?

11. ### Michael 345New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldlValued Senior Member

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Sssssshhhhhh the secret is it keeps you from flying off the planet

12. ### amberRegistered Member

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Well gravity is simple

N→←N

Which is neutral is attracted to neutral, neutral is ostensible.

N1→←N2

It is not a secret, it is elementary and based on present information.

(a.b)→←(a.b)

(a.b)←→(a.b)

a.b being the dot product of two merged matrices.

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13. ### DaveC426913Valued Senior Member

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This painful to watch.

And that's generously assuming you're not just "winding us up".

:unsubscribe:

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14. ### amberRegistered Member

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I have explained it in simplicity and your failure to understand is not my failure to explain.

15. ### amberRegistered Member

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E (A) = negative polarity

E (B) = positive polarity

A.B = dot product

(a.b)→←(a.b)

(a.b)←→(a.b)

Abstract:

ƒ: x=(a→←b) = ƒ:R³=ƒ:xyz=ƒ

a.b)=ƒ

a.b)→←(a.b)=ƒ

a.b)←→(a.b) = gravity

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16. ### DaveC426913Valued Senior Member

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Like a catatonic schizophrenic might "explain" their dreams, and blame others for not "understanding".

Your failure is that you are - in the words of Wolfgang Pauli — "Das ist nicht nur nicht richtig, es ist nicht einmal falsch!" — "That is not only not right, it is not even wrong!") t

17. ### amberRegistered Member

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Well ! when I have learnt the correct maths, you may just eat your words. Why not look at my gravity equation and try to read it if you don't understand, try even asking questions about it , that is what we call a discussion.

18. ### amberRegistered Member

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Matrix A = []

Matrix B = []

A + B = [a.b]

0+0=1

Defining polarity as a 0 point space of attraction or repulsion.

19. ### amberRegistered Member

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Matrix A , u= positive

(AT)i,j = Aj,i. any better?

20. ### DaveC426913Valued Senior Member

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Try adding a thousand more monkeys with a thousand more typewriters.

BTW, what's the PVC (Personal Victory Condition) here?
Are you going for maximum post count (how long you can keep people responding in a single thread) or is it number of distinct members that get involved? It's usually one or the other.

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21. ### amberRegistered Member

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My personal victory would be a page on Wiki in my own name.

22. ### TiassaLet us not launch the boat ...Valued Senior Member

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Mod Hat — Xfer

Meanwhile, just to consider a particular aspect:

Well, yeah, okay. But still, something about the way this point of inquiry functions seems recursive self-inflicted curiously ... er ... yeah. Something about nine pages in.

Nor would I actually complain about the point; it's just, yeah, if one is asking the question nine pages in, what, precisely is the question about how the thread ran nine pages?

There is also this:

In truth, I just need to remember this point for some future occasion; it's a personal thing, as it perfectly encapsulates something I was trying to make clear to someone once upon a time in another discussion about a different subject.

23. ### DaveC426913Valued Senior Member

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For my part, I started off trying to help. Even ignoring whether or not he was not a sock (and it costs me nothing to proceed as if he is not) - as long as he's asking sincere questions, I'm happy to answer. After all, he's not the only reader.
One should have a certain amount of patience to draw an ostensibly inquisitive type back to asking rather than telling.
I guess nine pages is the limit of my patience.