On 7 Apr, 13:30, JT <jonas.thornv...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 7 Apr, 13:07, emptyp...@hotmail.com wrote: > > > But then: > > > 0, 2/3, 1/3, 2/9, 1/9, 2/27, 1/27, 2/81, 1/81, ... > > > and > > > 0, -2/3, -1/3, -2/9, -1/9, -2/27, -1/27, -2/81, -1/81, ... > > > I'll attempt a graphical number line representation: > > > 1 2 10 20 100 200 1000 2000 0 -2000 -1000 -200 -100 -20 -10 -2 -1 > > 1. The numberline is a construction but not of numbers, it is a > construction of partitioning. I do not think anyone know what the > negative part of number line is supposed to express because the > numberline is a faulthy analogy for describing numbers, it may well be > that the numberline is just the result of someone not so bright trying > to apply the concept of unit partitioning upon numbers. > 2. Nyan do not have any 0 so i have no idea to what you try say? > 3. I can see you have some how devided a set into positive and > negative i have no idea what you are onto. There is no natural > negative numbers. > > A NyaN number is very simple, it is an unary collection expressed in a > base. Do you ask me what a negative number is? It is the depletion/ > extinction of an operand. If we have the set/collection of three 3 and > want remove 1 we reduce the set by removing one, but i somehow guess > this is not what you are on about. So what is really you try to ask or > express? > I really try to understand what you try to convey.
I think i have an idea what you try to convey though, the idea of imaginary numbers well they do not exist, the number -3 do not exist, the negative operand only exist as part of an operation when extinguishin operands from a set. Is this what you asked?