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Abishai100

Clementon, NJ

#1 May 3, 2013
26x + 52x = 1/2i

In this eccentric but insightful equation, 26 is doubled to 52 and added to variable component x to yield a ratio quantity of halved value of an imaginary value (or variable) i.

If I have 3 apples and add it to 6 apples, I get 1/2 of an imaginary value, or in this model, 18 apples.

So 3 apples would become 18 apples or 2(3)(3).

Doubling a squared number is the function yielded in one model application of the above original equation involving the i value.

This simple consideration suggests that conceptualizing imaginary numbers to make simple to complex number relationship gradients illuminates the elegant compatibility of numbers, a number theory suggestion that reveals that making models or constructs in hypothetical regions of uncertainty (regions of variables) can in fact yield sensitive number proportions if treated as simple building blocks.

While numbers are in fact very complicated and even unintelligible sometimes, numbers can also reveal simple and useful matrices of quantity comparisons and tangible inequalities.

Therefore, number relationships suggest that society psyche symbols of simplifications such as the scale-sensitization Hollywood (USA) movie "Big" (1988) represent perception categorization.

Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?

God bless!

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