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Topic: Zelos Malum still struggling to understand what it means to be a
factor and how algebra works, but he is a PhD student!

Replies: 4   Last Post: Nov 12, 2017 9:48 AM

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 Jan Burse Posts: 1,472 Registered: 4/12/05
Re: Zelos Malum still struggling to understand what it means to be a
factor and how algebra works, but he is a PhD student!

Posted: Nov 11, 2017 12:01 PM

In real numbers and in rational numbers
everthing is a factor. For example:

x/2, x/3, x/5, etc... is a factor of x^2

Since we have:

x/2*2x = x^2

x/3*3x = x^2

x/5*5x = x^2

...

This is called so called multiplicative inverse of
field. When will you learn some math? We are telling
you this already for months, and months, like the
up-teenth trillion times already. Get your

man boobs together moron.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Field_%28mathematics%29

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John Gabriel at age 50. schrieb:
> Zelos Malum still struggling to understand what it means to be a factor and how algebra works, but he is a PhD student!
>
> On Saturday, 11 November 2017 11:42:42 UTC-5, Zelos Malum wrote:

>>> This moron claims to be studying for a PhD!!! BWaaaa haaaa haaaaa
>>
>> It isn't, we have all pointed out to functions that you cannot factor like that.

>
> Liar. You haven't pointed out even ONE!
>

>> You say it is always the case, why not show us for these functions?
>
> If you knew what are proofs, then you would have known.

>>
>> ln x, a^x, sin x, cos x, tan x, cot x, sec x, csc x, haversin x, x^(1/p)

>
> None of these functions are counter-examples. Get off your arse and read my beige articles. Chuckle.
>

>>
>> Fairly elementary functions.
>>
>> Through your own reasoning I can say that 2 is always a factor of any number, even 3, because 1.5*2=3.

>
> In a sense it is! If we consider only rational numbers then that statement is true also. A product of factors which are rational numbers, but that is too advanced a concept for you. Chuckle. In fact, the idea of factor can be extended to real number also given the definition in the dictionary, that is,
>
> **a number or quantity that when multiplied with another produces a given number or expression**
>
> Now in algebra there are some things called symbols which represent variables. We work with these variables often without knowing whether they are rational numbers or not!
>
> Example: x^2 = s
>
> x is a factor of s because x * x = s.
>
> What I am telling you is that you can do things with symbols and algebra. Do you understand monkey? Do you need more explanation? Chuckle.
>
> Get it now you huge ape? Did you have grown orangutans or chimpanzees for teachers when you were at school?
>

Date Subject Author
11/11/17 genmailus@gmail.com
11/11/17 Jan Burse
11/12/17 zelos.malum@gmail.com
11/12/17 zelos.malum@gmail.com
11/12/17 Dan Christensen