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Old 2010-03-20, 09:15   #23
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Old 2010-03-20, 10:06   #24
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I can't understand anything.
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Old 2010-03-20, 14:40   #25
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CMD,
I can't understand anything.
ok, no problem,
try to square ...

1 * 1 = 1 ...
11 * 11 = 121 (1 +120)
21 * 21 = 441 (121 +320)
31 * 31 = 961 (441 +520)
...

3*3=9
13*13=169 (160+9)
23*23=529 (169+360)
...

7*7=49
17*17=289 (49+240)
...

19*19=361 (81+280)
29*29= ? (... 361+480 ...) ... 841


... next ?




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Old 2010-03-20, 16:29   #26
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CMD,
I can't understand anything.
Just ignore CMD.
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Old 2010-03-20, 17:56   #27
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ok, no problem,
try to square ...

1 * 1 = 1 ...
11 * 11 = 121 (1 +120)
21 * 21 = 441 (121 +320)
31 * 31 = 961 (441 +520)
...

3*3=9
13*13=169 (160+9)
23*23=529 (169+360)
...

7*7=49
17*17=289 (49+240)
...

19*19=361 (81+280)
29*29= ? (... 361+480 ...) ... 841


... next ?




[ are not yet written in any text ... ]

( idea of cmd&free )
Much better, but why is it going to help me?
Please, someone give me a name of an algebra book for my level...
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Old 2010-03-20, 18:10   #28
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ok, no problem,
try to square ...

1 * 1 = 1 ...
11 * 11 = 121 (1 +120)
21 * 21 = 441 (121 +320)
31 * 31 = 961 (441 +520)
...

3*3=9
13*13=169 (160+9)
23*23=529 (169+360)
...

7*7=49
17*17=289 (49+240)
...

19*19=361 (81+280)
29*29= ? (... 361+480 ...) ... 841


... next ?




[ are not yet written in any text ... ]

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There is a structure:
23^2=13^2+(3^2)(2^3)5 (13+3+2+5=23)
17^2=7^2+(3^2)(2^3)5 (7+3+2+5=17)
11^2=1^2+(2^3)3*5 (1+2+3+5=11)
It isn't the same with 21^2 and 31^2, but 31^2=21^2+(2^3)5*13 (21+2+13=41).
41^2 is the same as 23,17,11.
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Old 2010-03-20, 18:12   #29
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Just ignore CMD.
those who are ignorant is ignorant, but this can always improve ...
Tomer, what are you looking?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algebra
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Old 2010-03-20, 18:14   #30
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those who are ignorant is ignorant, but this can always improve ...
Tomer, what are you looking?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algebra
I need an algebra book not a wikipedia page.
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Old 2010-03-20, 18:27   #31
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There is a structure:
23^2=13^2+(3^2)(2^3)5 (13+3+2+5=23)
17^2=7^2+(3^2)(2^3)5 (7+3+2+5=17)
11^2=1^2+(2^3)3*5 (1+2+3+5=11)
It isn't the same with 21^2 and 31^2, but 31^2=21^2+(2^3)5*13 (21+2+13=41).
41^2 is the same as 23,17,11.

21+2+13=36

21+2+13+5=41
21+2+13-5=31

5 ( 200 ) fixed for all increment ( of square )

0 (100) 10 (300) 20 (500) & so on ...

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Old 2010-03-21, 06:00   #32
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I need an algebra book not a wikipedia page.
know this, having already read?
http://books.google.it/books?id=nMwx...gbs_navlinks_s



it ... http://linuz.sns.it/~fvenez/libri.html

en ... http://translate.google.it/translate...n&hl=&ie=UTF-8

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Old 2010-03-25, 18:15   #33
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CMD,
I can't understand anything.
Tomer, sometimes it is good to stop for a bit of recreation, you like playing?


http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_rvR3ouziO8.../s320/sqcr.PNG

make a die size icosahedron,
choose a direction,
throw the dice, move out of the number (1 ... 60)
when you get a copy first, think of something useful!
look to see where it is twisted pair, compare it with other intersections
see if it is included or excluded in symmetry ...
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