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1. Originally Posted by Tiltyred
Metonymy and synecdoche, but with numbers.
Actually those that do not like playing will usually get frustrated. This (wildcat math) is so far out of my understanding that its neither playing nor for a purpose for me. I can understand the concept, but not the details. I have to take a high level approach and reach an understanding in a different area. Basically from an objective approach. From this I can find a connection between how he thinks and what he is doing and how I think and operate. The other approach is to just blow it off because I cant "see" what he is saying. But then I miss what he is doing. To me this is becoming closed off, when that person forces themself to be closed off then it becomes stubborn. It becomes one sided and you can no longer play freely. At this point it becomes a challenge to work around this one stuck variable, the stuck variable being that one thing which is being held as stubborn.

2. Originally Posted by poki
Actually those that do not like playing will usually get frustrated. This (wildcat math) is so far out of my understanding that its neither playing nor for a purpose for me. I can understand the concept, but not the details. I have to take a high level approach and reach an understanding in a different area. Basically from an objective approach. From this I can find a connection between how he thinks and what he is doing and how I think and operate. The other approach is to just blow it off because I cant "see" what he is saying. But then I miss what he is doing. To me this is becoming closed off, when that person forces themself to be closed off then it becomes stubborn. It becomes one sided and you can no longer play freely. At this point it becomes a challenge to work around this one stuck variable, the stuck variable being that one thing which is being held as stubborn.
Thanks poci and Tiltyred.
I shall try another approach. We shall not leave the numbers. We shall leave the method.

FUNCTION ORDER

Dichotomy of 1
Functions unfound.
Number: 2 X 0
Variables: None

Dichotomy of 3
33 = 12 + 21
Functions found.
Loci: 2 X 2
Number: 2 X 1
Variables:
3 - 1 = 2
3 - 2 = 1

chart

12
21

3. Dichotomy of 5
55 = 12 + 43 = 34 + 21 = 21 + 34 = 43 + 12 = 23 + 32 = 14 + 41
Functions found.
Loci: 4 X 4
Number: 2 X 2
Variables:
5 - 4 = 1
5 - 1 = 4
5 - 2 = 3
5 - 3 = 2

chart

1234
2143
3412
4321

4. Dichotomy of 7
777 = 654 + 123 = 456 + 321 = 546 + 231 = 132 + 645 = 465 + 312 = 213 + 564
Functions found.
Loci: 6 X 6
Number: 2 X 3
Variables:
7 - 1 = 6
7 - 2 = 5
7 - 3 = 4
7 - 4 = 3
7 - 5 = 2
7 - 6 = 1

chart

123456
231645
312564
465213
546132
654321

5. Originally Posted by wildcat
Where do I send the ten bucks?
This thread is too beautiful for words.

6. That Yossarian...

7. Originally Posted by poki
A connection has been made between ordering/rearranging of the numbers and the ordering of the shadow functions. Think visual spatial in a sense. They fit the same logical framework and he is basically proving that they fit. Once we understand the framework in which they fit we can then basically dance with it.
What? How? And how does the math actually relate at all? And what happening with these matrices anyway?

8. Originally Posted by Morgan Le Fay
This thread is too beautiful for words.
Thanks Morgan

9. Originally Posted by Blank
That Yossarian...
I am amazed

10. This one we had before.

Dichotomy of 9 (MBTI)

T
5 X 9 06 X 9 u-turn
4 X 9 07 X 9
3 X 9 08 X 9
2 X 9 09 X 9
1 X 9 10 X 9

9999 =

8765 + (T) 4321 =
3852 + (T) 7416 =
2583 + (T) 6147 =
5678 + (T) 1234

Functions found: 8 X 8
Number: 2 X 4
Variables:

9 - 1 = 8
9 - 8 = 1
9 - 2 = 7
9 - 7 = 2
9 - 3 = 6
9 - 6 = 3
9 - 4 = 5
9 - 5 = 4

chart

87654321
38527416
25836147
56781234
43218765
74163852
61472583
12345678

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