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Looking for a mathematical genius
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Mathematical genius is needed to help reaching 'enlightenment' in how the laws of the universe really work. (too slow and too hard to do on my own)

Test 1(there will be 2 tests in total):
Explain what's on the picture and what it means/how it works (mathematically).
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>>7784051
Stupid faggot. You take the powers of the number, say 2 and you add the digits.
1, 2, 4, 8, 16= 1+6= 7 for the number 2.

I discovered this literally 4 years ago.
I've also found a proof that in base N, numbers containing dividers of N-1 are recurring
For 3:
> 1 3 9 9 9 9
For 6 (it contains 3 as a divider)
> 1 6 9 9 9 9
And this also works in every other basis.
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>>7784100
By the way, the only interesting sequences are those of primes.
For example 19 will give 1, 8, 8 recurring.
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>>7784100
>You take the powers of the number, say 2 and you add the digits.
>in base N, numbers containing dividers of N-1 are recurring

Not deep enough, but close. Overall, you don't understand how numbers work.
Good luck.
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>>7784122
Have you investigated how 1/7 is built up already? Really quite fascinating,
0.142857142857...
0.1= 2* 0.042857142857...
0.04 = 2*0.002857142857...
And so on. Every number is twice all the numbers behind it
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>>7784122
Also, there is nothing special about your picture. It's just adding the numbers, or taking mod 9; equivalent things. After a while you find out there are 6 different series:
9999..
124875...
157842...
174174...
18181818...
And finally 111...
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>>7784128
7 is VERY complicated, its the most complicated number in Base-10.
When it appears at the digit 7 it shifts all rules by 1, when it appears as a nature of itself but not as the digit it follows the nature in its correct order. (the digit itself brings disorder by 1)
Btw
01/7 = 0.(142857)
10/7 = 1.42857 (142857)
19/7 = 2.7 (142857)
362154642715/7 = 51736377530.7 (142857)
2.53216748/7 = 0.36173821 (142857)
2.1236315/79 = 0.02688141139 (2405063291139)
^last two numbers(2.53216748 and 2.1236315) were random for some hint.

>0.142857142857...
>0.1= 2* 0.042857142857...
>0.04 = 2*0.002857142857...
>And so on. Every number is twice all the numbers behind it
Pointless.
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>>7784128
Forgot to add, the 2nd test will be related to 7 :)
>but that's only if they ever figure out the 1st test, so far no one looked deep enough.
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>>7784215
hmm yeah hot really how it works. I've found your pattern, I could predict the next infinite amount of terms.
I've also predicted your next test, so what more do you want?
Also, I don't think you've quite understood my 1/7 recurrence yet. You might want to look into it more carefully.
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>>7784051
It has nothing to do with math though. lol It is about significant historical dates.
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This thread is absolutely perfect if your looking after an autistic kid and want to keep him quiet
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>>7785235
As a grade A sperglord, I am offended.
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Having a quick look at it I can see that the second row on the left side operates as (2n+1)mod(9) where n = 0, 1, 2 etc.
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>>7785449
No it doesn't. 2n+1 are just odd integers:

1mod9 = 1
3mod9 = 3
5mod9= 5
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All is One
The Law of One
As simple as that
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I am detecting high levels of schizophrenia in this thread. Please get help, whoever you are.