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Topic: Multiplication of Numbers made with digit 1
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Doctor Nisith Bairagi

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From: Uttarpara, West Bengal, India
Registered: 3/2/13
Re: Multiplication of Numbers made with digit 1
Posted: May 7, 2013 11:32 AM
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Dear Mr. grei,
Thanks for your kind response to my topic on: Multiplication of Numbers with digit 1 (posted on April 28, 2013)in [alt.math.recreational.independent].
I am glad that you have gone through the subject.
I do not wholeheartedly agree that good (intelligent) students in upper class of High school level only will taste this topic better.
In fact, any body can work down the steps to verify the results, and appreciate the beauty of the p-form (Palindromic), D-form (Diamond), and Y-form (Spear) of numbers suggested. The Multiplication Formulas along with worked-out Examples are provided for better clarity of the method.
I will be benefited if you kindly suggest any polishing on my subject topic.
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Thanks to you,.

Yours truly,
Doctor Nisith Bairagi
[may 7, 2013]
Uttarpara, West bengal, India
EMail: bairagi605@yahoo.co.in
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