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    Eight functions.

    12345678

    1+8
    2+7
    3+6
    4+5

    9
    9
    9
    9

    36 = 9X4 =

    (9-4)+(9-4)+(9+4)+(9+4)=

    Ti+Te = 5
    Si+Se = 5
    Ni+Ne = 13
    Fi+Fe = 13

    = 36

    9-8 = Te
    9-1 = Fi

    Ti+Te = 5
    Ti = 5-Te
    Fe = 9-Ti

    Si = 9-7
    Se = 5-Si
    Ni = 9-Se
    Ne = 13-Ni

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    9 (read with a german accent to make sense)

    Mr Wildcat,
    Have we not discussed the numbers before? Assigning numerical values to each function and totalling them only proves you can sum.

    After you have found that my adding numbers to the sequence (a sequence meaning a numerical sequence is actually nonsequitous thinking ) in order gives you a total of 36 what does this mean? Does 36 mean anything in terms of functions other than the summation of their values given the circumstance that the functions are given values as a numerical sequence? Could I not produce virtually any number I like by varying what value I assign to each function? Does this not render the answer of 36 useless outside of those stringent parameters as you have laid out?

    What is the purpose of the numbers?
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    9 (read with a german accent to make sense)

    Mr Wildcat,
    Have we not discussed the numbers before? Assigning numerical values to each function and totalling them only proves you can sum.

    After you have found that my adding numbers to the sequence (a sequence meaning a numerical sequence is actually nonsequitous thinking ) in order gives you a total of 36 what does this mean? Does 36 mean anything in terms of functions other than the summation of their values given the circumstance that the functions are given values as a numerical sequence? Could I not produce virtually any number I like by varying what value I assign to each function? Does this not render the answer of 36 useless outside of those stringent parameters as you have laid out?

    What is the purpose of the numbers?
    Hi Xander!

    I fell subject to a prank. It was not entirely unpleasant though. Now the dream is fading. It is coffee time. I slept only 23 minutes!

    What numbers have you added? Let me have them. If you could produce any number you like? Suits me, produce them and we will see. Do not produce any numbers beyond relevance. Small is beautiful.

    And the smaller the number the more ahead it is, that is the idea. Less is more.

    The purpose of the numbers is to determine the function order of each type.
    36 is the original number.

    What is outside the stringent parameters?
    Coffee!! I almost forgot. A momentous occasion is at hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    ??????????
    Only nine question marks, s'il vous plait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Hi Xander!

    I fell subject to a prank. It was not entirely unpleasant though. Now the dream is fading. It is coffee time. I slept only 23 minutes!

    What numbers have you added? Let me have them. If you could produce any number you like? Suits me, produce them and we will see. Do not produce any numbers beyond relevance. Small is beautiful.

    And the smaller the number the more ahead it is, that is the idea. Less is more.

    The purpose of the numbers is to determine the function order of each type.
    36 is the original number.

    What is outside the stringent parameters?
    Coffee!! I almost forgot. A momentous occasion is at hand.


    Try using only primary numbers and see where that gets you. All this sequential stuff ruins the detection of underlying patterns unless you are of the mind to see nuances in numbers.

    I've got to go now.. my coffee is calling too. I shall think further and come back but try the prime numbers. I'd love to see what you make of it.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post


    Try using only primary numbers and see where that gets you. All this sequential stuff ruins the detection of underlying patterns unless you are of the mind to see nuances in numbers.

    I've got to go now.. my coffee is calling too. I shall think further and come back but try the prime numbers. I'd love to see what you make of it.
    I am sorry old chap I do not have a clue of what you are talking about.
    What sequiential stuff? Where? By whom? What are the primary numbers I should use?
    Dear boy. You have all the nuances for the function order. No less no more.

    Now. Some people may come in and say that the function order does not count. Or worse still, they begin the ever lasting talk about Linda and John.

    So I am a little in a hurry here because I am afraid everything will be ruined again.

    You read a book. The pages tell about things. You read the pages in the order. Otherwise they do not tell anything.

    First the order and then the about what.

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    so...

    1= Te
    2= Si
    3= Se
    4= Ti
    5= Fe
    6= Ni
    7= Ne
    8= Fi

    ? I think I need more coffee!
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    so...

    1= Te
    2= Si
    3= Se
    4= Ti
    5= Fe
    6= Ni
    7= Ne
    8= Fi

    ? I think I need more coffee!
    Excellent whatever! A jolly good job. You deserve cappuccino- with creamy gala.

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