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#1 2015-06-12 04:54:08

lrcvs
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Math Blocks

Hi, all

See:

http://es.slideshare.net/ZkrouhnZyx/math-blocks

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#2 2015-06-15 08:26:09

lrcvs
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Re: Math Blocks

This work is a study blocks.

Each block can be 1D, 2D, 3D, 4D ....

This is to get the position of an element within a block.

The sets of blocks consist of: rows, columns, levels and blocks.

To record a position within a block rows are counted first, then columns, then the levels are bigger and blocks.

The blocks are always counted from the top level to the bottom, from left to right, just as the left and right columns, rows up and down and praise blocks also from left to right.

For example, one formed by 3 rows, 3 columns and 3 levels block, this block comprises 27 elements (3 * 3 * 3).

If we want to know which position is an element located at row 3, column 2 and Level 3, we say that this at position 26, counting as we mentioned earlier.

As we see it is very simple.

Now things get complicated a bit if we say for example you have 27 blocks, each with 27 elements (3 * 3 * 3), in total there are 729 elements in the set of all blocks and want to know which position is an element that is in row 3, column 3, Level 2 and block 27. His position is 720.

We can also reverse the problem, we know the composition of a block and know your position, determine which row, column, and block level is.

With this work I show these calculations and their possible applications in various fields.

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