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#1 2010-03-16 21:54:03

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Prove that minus one is a blind number

A signed number is not blind if when it is divided into numbers with lower signs, their definite end product is not both + and - itself

a positive number can allways have a positive end product.

a negative number can be factored into numbers with lower signs and the end product can be both plus and minus, hence minus is blind

sqrt(-1) is like -1, blind.

Prove to me better that -1 is blind.

Prove to me also that all numbers except positive numbers are blind.

Thank you!


Last edited by LQ (2010-03-17 01:51:55)

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