"WM" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:email@example.com... > On 18 Jun., 13:23, Jürgen R. <jurg...@arcor.de> wrote: >> "WM" <mueck...@rz.fh-augsburg.de> schrieb im >> Newsbeitragnews:firstname.lastname@example.org... >> >> >> >> >> >> > On 18 Jun., 12:38, J rgen R. <jurg...@arcor.de> wrote: >> >> >> 1, 1, 3, 7, 19, 51, 141, 393, 1107, 3139, 8953, >> >> 25653, 73789, 212941, 616227, 1787607, >> >> 5196627, 15134931, 44152809, 128996853, >> >> 377379369, 1105350729, 3241135527, 9513228123, >> >> 27948336381, 82176836301, 241813226151, etc. >> >> >> Is that better? No? Then you must be mentally >> >> retarted. Obviously the law of formation is >> >> >> Central trinomial coefficients: >> >> largest coefficient of (1+x+x^2)^n. >> >> > Next time you can write, in this context, the expression "1, 1, 3, >> > 7, ..." and the readers of this post will recognize what you mean. >> > That's how languages develop. Other examples are 3.14... and 2.718... >> > No problem of understanding between mathematicians. >> >> You are priceless, M ckenheim, but I knew you would fall >> into this trap. >> >> What can a real mathematician tell me about >> >> 1, 1, 3, 7, 19, 51, 141, 393, 1107, 3139, 8953, >> 25653, 73745, etc >> >> paying particular attention to the last number, >> which is not 73789. > > You wanted to abbreviate a sequence by a short cut.
Now hold on one frigging minute, Mücke - who wanted to do what? It was your claim that the abbreviation can serve as a definiton, not mine. Remember?
And the Euler example serves to demonstrate the absurdity of your most recent nonsensical claim.
> Where's the > problem. Shal the short cut now be applied to your original sequence > or tho the new one? >> >> I warned you, M ckenheim - the thing has a history, as every >> real mathematician knows. > > I have better things to do than to scrutinize your numbers. > I don't believe that every mathematician knows everything from > history. But be it as it may. Every real mathematician knows that he > cannot well-order numbers that he cannot distinguish. That has to be > brought to attention.