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Originally posted by NaeBabii
Keep playing with numbers, you will soon find out Pi is wrong.
Originally posted by Mary Rose
Originally posted by Observationalist
I really wish I had more time to work on this.
Originally posted by Observationalist
Again, Way too much time on my hands.
Which one is actually true?
In my opinion, you’re brainstorming, and whatever parts of it lead nowhere are a necessary part of a process.
Originally posted by Observationalist
I choose 37 because of its unique triple digit features.
Triple digits?
Originally posted by Observationalist
I choose 37 because of its unique triple digit features.
Originally posted by Observationalist
…if you sit me infront of Excel I can stay there for hours playing with numbers. I wish I knew more of what I was doing.
Originally posted by Observationalist
I ment 3 digit numbers.
37 x 3 = 111 1+1+1=3
37 x 6 = 222 2+2+2=6
37x 9 = 333 3+3 +3 = 9
Originally posted by AfterInfinity
The two-digit numbers weren't reduced.
Originally posted by Observationalist
Thanks for that advise.
Originally posted by Observationalist
I found this blog The Magic Table Blog
Originally posted by Observationalist
Multiply 37 by any number divisible by 3 and get a triple digit or a mirror number in the case of 33
37x3 = 111
37x6 = 222
37x9 = 333
37x12 = 444
37x15 = 555
37x18 = 666
37x21 = 777
37x24 = 888
37x27 = 999
37x30 = 1110
37x33 = 1221
Originally posted by Mary Rose
Originally posted by Observationalist
I found this blog The Magic Table Blog
You meant to say "The Magic Square Blog."
It's interesting how the mind does that.
And I didn't notice it right away. The first time I read it I said "Square" in my head.
You were thinking table rather than square.
Is there a distinction between a numeric table and a magic square that is of any significance?
Is the distinction just the shape?
In ancient Indian mathematics, a Vedic square is a variation on a typical 9 × 9 multiplication table. The entry in each cell is the digital root of the product of the column and row headings i.e. the remainder when the product of the row and column headings is divided by 9 (with remainder 0 represented by 9).
Boolean ring
Circular buffer circular math memory addressing Congruence relation
Division Finite field
Legendre symbol
Modular exponentiation
Modular multiplicative inverse
Modulo operation
Pisano period (Fibonacci sequences modulo n)
Primitive root
Quadratic reciprocity
Quadratic residue
Rational reconstruction (mathematics)
Number theory Reduced residue system
This is an article about a special set of numbers that relate to the "Solfeggio Frequencies" in a unique way. The special set of numbers derive from the differences in the squares of mirror numbers. The primary table of the numbers, below, shows the results for all the two-digit numbers, excluding those that contain zeros (like 10) or the same digits (like 11). The total sets of mirror pairs, therefore, amount to 36. Larger mirror numbers seem to work in the same manner. For example ....
369 - 258 = 111
258 - 147 = 111
369 - 147 = 222
789 - 456 = 333
456 - 123 = 333
789 - 123 = 666
If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe. Nicola Tesla
Originally posted by Observationalist
I Googled mirrored numbers, and got this site Creation Numbers
A whole lot of material to look at. He refers to something called Solfeggio numbers, which are 3 6 9
Originally posted by Observationalist
He has an interesting quote from Tesla.
If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe. Nicola Tesla