JT
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Re: 1/3 partitioned expansion in different bases
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Feb 1, 2013 3:20 AM


On 1 Feb, 06:49, JT <jonas.thornv...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 1 Feb, 06:31, JT <jonas.thornv...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > > > > Sorry it was late night my head was not clear i try again. > > > How is fraction 1/3 expressed in base 3, of course in base 10 it do > > have unfinished decimalexpansion. > > But has it really in base 3??? > > > And this is where number zero gets interesting, because when you use > > zero number 3 is expressed 10 in base 3 right? > > > But in a number system without 0 it should *undoubtly* be expressed a > > single 3. > > > And number 6 be 13 number 9 be 23 do you people agree? > > From this (may) also follow that 1/3 in such a number system would be > > expressed .1 do you people agree? > > And 0.999... would be expressed as 0.3 or.......? > > > I could easily adjust my base changer to this, and in this zeroless > > number system 3+1/3 would be expressed 3,1 > > 6+1/3 would be expressed 2,1 > > > Now can you people see any benefits from my new bases without 0. It > > seem that unfinished decimal expansion vanish in certain bases or? > > > How does this basesystem make you feel angry, annoying or just > > uninteresting? > > > Is there something deep profound to all this, if i just could > > remember > > what. I think it has something todo with factoring. > > > For now i just wants commenting upon the proposed new bases without > > zeros good or bad, advantages disadvantages? > > > Would you like me make a version of my base changer where 1/3 do not > > have unfinished decimal expansion and all bases expressed without > > zeroes? > > Below is a standard base changer that change to anybase, with two or > three lines code we could finish the tyranny of unfinished decimal > expansion forever what do you say people shall we give it a go?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qItughfFgg > <HTML><HEAD><TITLE>TEST</TITLE> > <META httpequiv=ContentType content="text/html; > charset=windows1252"> > <SCRIPT language=Javascript> > function anybase() { > fullnumber=document.doit.dnumb.value; > twoparts = fullnumber.split(","); > bas=document.doit.bval.value; > for(j=0;j<2;j++){ > btwo=1; > bnr=0; > unr=0; > decimalnumber=twoparts[j]; > while (btwo<decimalnumber){ > btwo=btwo*bas; > bnr++ > } > basestring=""; > while (decimalnumber>0){ > unr++; > set=0; > for(i=bas;i>0;i){ > st=btwo*i; > if (decimalnumber>=st) { > decimalnumber=decimalnumberst; > set=1; > basestring=basestring+i+","; > } > } > if(set==0 && decimalnumber!=0)basestring=basestring+0+","; > btwo=btwo/bas; > } > while (bnr>=unr){ > basestring=basestring+0+","; > unr++; > } > if (j==0) {radixout=basestring;document.doit.radix.value=radixout;} > if (j==1) {radixout=basestring;document.doit.fracted.value=radixout;} > > } > > control=document.doit.radix.value; > controldec=document.doit.fracted.value; > show=document.doit.dnumb.value+"="; > //Control Radix by go back to decimal > darr = control.split(","); > decarr = controldec.split(","); > darr.reverse(); > decarr.reverse(); > total=0; > totalfrac=0; > multiple=1 > for (i=1;i<darr.length;i++){ > cval=darr[i]; > cval=cval*multiple; > total=total+cval; > show=show+"("+multiple+"*"+darr[i]+")+"; > multiple=bas*multiple; > } > multiple=1 > for (i=1;i<decarr.length;i++){ > cval=decarr[i]; > cval=cval*multiple; > totalfrac=totalfrac+cval; > show=show+"("+multiple+"*"+decarr[i]+")+"; > multiple=bas*multiple; > } > totalfull=total+","+totalfrac; > document.doit.controlout.value=totalfull; > document.doit.overview.value=show; > > } > > </SCRIPT> > <HTML><BODY> > <FORM NAME=doit onSubmit="anybase(); return false;"> > CHANGE BASE: > <input type=submit value="GO!"><P> > DECIMAL VALUE:<TEXTAREA NAME=dnumb COLS=30 > ROWS=1>777777777777,3333333</TEXTAREA><BR> > BASE:<TEXTAREA NAME=bval COLS=30 > ROWS=1>333</TEXTAREA><BR> > RADIX OUT:<TEXTAREA NAME=radix COLS=200 > ROWS=1></TEXTAREA><BR> > FRACTION OUT:<TEXTAREA NAME=fracted COLS=200 > ROWS=1></TEXTAREA><BR> > BACK TO DECIMAL CONTROL CONVERSION> > <TEXTAREA NAME=controlout COLS=30 > ROWS=1></TEXTAREA><BR> > Radix HOWTO EXPLAIN<TEXTAREA NAME=overview COLS=200 > ROWS=1></TEXTAREA><BR> > </FORM> > </BODY> > </HTML>
A funny fact to know the infamous AYBABTU from Zerowing game 2101 translates to 64 in base 3. Base64 is a group of similar encoding schemes that represent binary data in an ASCII string .... Electronic Mail (PEM) protocol, proposed by RFC 989 in 1987.
Zerowing itself was presented in the 1989 although Toaplan originated in the mid 80's.

