[img]www.slike.com/?v=ss1rer.png[/img]
Tasks:
a) describe the number (a, b, c in the picture)
b) Find an operation (?) between a and b
a?b=c

[img]www.slike.com/?v=ss1rer.png[/img]
Tasks:
a) describe the number (a, b, c in the picture)
b) Find an operation (?) between a and b
a?b=c
I set a task that can not be solved with current knowledge of mathematics, the reason is simple math based on the current lot of axioms, these axioms are barriers to new discoveries in mathematics.
If you want to introduce you my view of mathematics. It consists of two axioms (natural, real) and space. As compiled by elements of the Euclid, I want to show that mathematics can solve all the problems that current mathematics can not be resolved
You're off to a terrible start.
a) a,b, c need not and apparently do not represent numbers.Originally Posted by kumarevo
b)
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