Date: Feb 8, 2013 3:49 AM
Author: JT
Subject: Re: Which naturals better?

On 8 Feb, 03:00, hope9...@frontier.com wrote:
> On Monday, February 4, 2013 12:15:23 AM UTC-6, JT wrote:
> > Building new natural numbers without zero using NyaN, in any base, this will have affects upon computational theory? The NyaN principle is general work for all bases. (Base 3) (NyaN) base 3 Standard naturals base 3 1 = 1 01 2 = 2 02 3 = 3 10 4 = 11 =3+1 11 5 = 12 =3+2 12 6 = 13 =3+3 20 7 = 21 =6+1 21 8 = 22 =6+2 22 9 = 23 =6+3 100 10 = 31 =9+1 101 11 = 32 =9+2 102 12 = 33 =9+3 110 13 = 111 =9+3+1 111 14 = 112 =9+3+2 112 15 = 113 =9+3+3 120 16 = 121 =9+6+1 121 17 = 122 =9+6+2 122 18 = 123 =9+6+3 200 19 = 131 =9+9+1 201 20 = 132 =9+9+2 202 21 =133 =9+9+3 210
>
> You guys are not rational,you wanna see natural mathematics from a paper tombbe published
>
> ID: Polarity and Composite of 19
> 19*3=57         5+7=12*
> 19*6=114        11+4=15
> 19*9=171        17+1=18*
>         Gap of 30-18=12 and 30-12=18 , 18+12=30
> 19*12=228       22+8=30*
> 19*15=285       28+5=33
> 19*18=342       34+2=36*
>         Gap of 48-30=18 and 48-36=12, 18+12=30
> 19*21=399       39+9=48*
> 19*24=456       45+6=51
> 19*27=513       51+3=54
> 19*30=570       57+0=57
>          Note the correction of mathematics at 57
> 19*33=627       62+7=69
> 19*36=684       68+4=72
> 19*39=741       74+1=75
>         Gap of 87-75=12 87-69=12 , 12+18=30
> 19*42=798       79+8=87


I have no idea what this meant to suggest, i can not see how this
would affect NyaN the NyaN is a generic approach to write numbers in
anybase without zero, NyaN will work perfectly well to describe the
decimal 570 in base 19.
But probably i missunderstan you what is it you want to say about 57?