[QUOTE=science_man_88;236510]I figured as much. nobody understands me.[/QUOTE]
Our problems are mathematically dual: You are rarely understood by anyone and I rarely understand anyone. 
[QUOTE=CRGreathouse;236518]Our problems are mathematically dual: You are rarely understood by anyone and I rarely understand anyone.[/QUOTE]
maybe if i can figure out that think I thought of we can get both solved lol 
[QUOTE=CRGreathouse;236518]Our problems are mathematically dual: You are rarely understood by anyone and I rarely understand anyone.[/QUOTE]
Well, even if you make a serious attempt to understand what he posts, you might understand about 10% of what he posts. 
[QUOTE=3.14159;236587]Well, even if you make a serious attempt to understand what he posts, you might understand about 10% of what he posts.[/QUOTE]
I'm amused by the ambiguity in the post.:smile: 
[QUOTE=CRGreathouse;236606]I'm amused by the ambiguity in the post.:smile:[/QUOTE]
Ambiguity? Where? 
[QUOTE=3.14159;236607]Ambiguity? Where?[/QUOTE]
The antecedents, of course  you could easily reverse them. 
could we add sumdigits(sumdigits(x)+sundigits(y)) = sumdigits(x*y) into the first theory ? I think it works can anyone help prove it ?.

What are x and y? (Remember: when you're asking for help you need to be specific!)

for example 2047 = 23*89
2+4+7=4 mod 9 2+3+8+9 = 4 mod 9 5+8 = 4 mod 9 so the sumdigits for each multiplier 2kp+1 summed together gives the same as the sumdigits for 2^p+1. 
So... what are x and y?

[QUOTE=CRGreathouse;236835]So... what are x and y?[/QUOTE]
23 and 89 in this case. 
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