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 delta concept of limit #5 TRUE CALCULUS; without the phony limit concept (textbook 1st ed.) Alright I can make this textbook 25 pages or less. And let me put the chapters and subject into the title of the post. I am just about to start the chapter on integrals and integration but I must return to #3 posting-page and make a error correction change. It is not so much an error on my part as a obfuscation on my part. The troubling idea is... more » By Archimedes Plutonium  - 2:10pm - 1 new of 1 message

 Is my open problem about equality of filters difficult? How do you think, is this open problem difficult? [link] -- Victor Porton - [link] By Victor Porton  - 2:03pm - 1 new of 1 message

 Numbers, representation, nature and foundational myths. I'm writing with reference to this article... [link] There is a very common misunderstanding that numbers are somehow derived from nature. This arises from an idea that numbers are innately natural, and are somehow 'built' into natures workings.... more » By Y  - 9:45am - 2 new of 2 messages

 Contractible Image. Hi, All: Let f: X-->Y be an innesential map, i.e., the image f(X) is not continuously contractible to a point. Does it follow that the induced map on homology is non-trivial (and, does the converse hold, i.e., does any innessential map induce a trivial ( i.e., zero) map in homology? I imagine any contractible subspace S has trivial homology, and trivial homotopy ; at least Pi_1(S)=0 .... more » By hber...@gmail.com  - 8:41am - 1 new of 1 message

 #4 TRUE CALCULUS; without the phony limit concept; Textbook for Middle-School on up (1st edition) Chapter 3 Universal Cartesian Coordinate Grid and the concept of seeing the full expanse of a function graph and zoom in on the smallest interval Now if I am lucky, this textbook maybe only 25 pages in all and no need to go to 100 pages. As I said before, the shorter or smaller the text, the better off. For 25 pages is an easy read by most everyone.... more » By Archimedes Plutonium  - 4:47am - 10 new of 10 messages

 #3 TRUE CALCULUS; without the phony limit concept; Textbook for Middle-School on up (1st edition) Now I must correct myself in the previous post I called it root- pi*10^603 when it was floor-pi*10^603, at least that is what L.Walker called it in posts of some years back. And I must apologize for promising that my next book after the Atom Totality was a geology book based on Maxwell Equations physics.... more » By Archimedes Plutonium  - 2:13am - 7 new of 7 messages

 PROLOG TESTING SEQUENCE - Getting Your ROBOT Off The Ground! STEP 1: START UP YOUR FAVORITE PROLOG EDITOR! ENTER: [link] [LIST] STEP 2: ENTER THE FOLLOWING TEST CODE! [NEW] test1 a. test1 b. test2 X. test3 [sub a b c]. STEP 3: CHECK THE FOLLOWING COMMAND RESULTS! test1 a ? CONFIRM! test1 b ? CONFIRM!... more » By Graham Cooper  - 1:33am - 1 new of 1 message

 CONFIRMED :PRIME NUMBERS ARE ARRANGED CENTRI-SPIRAL AROUND A HALF-LINE Current mathematics is never going to able to solve this well documented spiral arrangement of Prime number, because it has errors borne of its predessors. Please study the spiral numbers at 12 Spiral and understand the spiral symmetry. 12 spiral prime numbers ( in spiral sets) 5 11 17... more » By hope9...@frontier.com  - May 19 - 3 new of 3 messages

 Matheology § 001 [RePoStinGserV...@WTF.RU? Reposting of "Matheology 001" by "WM" yes WM both declares himself God and slams Womens in the very First post of Mothelolgy ] Matheology 001 A matheologian is a man, or, in rare cases, a woman, who believes in thoughts that nobody can think, except, perhaps, a God, or, in rare... more » By AMiews  - May 19 - 2 new of 2 messages

 Action-Reaction: Answering Questions, Solving Problems. Looking at the Earth's moon again. To test whether or not it is spinning we must be located in its dead centre. Absolute - Relative Centre - Perimeter Clear - Blurred Impartial - Biased Only in the centre of an object can we truly be impartial observers who can make a clear absolute statement.... more » By jdawe  - May 19 - 17 new of 17 messages

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