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#1 2005-12-18 05:05:37

fatulant
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What does this notation mean?

Z/6z?

Last edited by flatulant (2005-12-18 05:05:51)

#2 2005-12-18 05:16:52

krassi_holmz
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Re: What does this notation mean?

Tell us where is it from.
So it may be


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#3 2005-12-24 00:47:04

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Re: What does this notation mean?

Are you treating complex numbers? If yes, then Z represents a complex number of the form  z= x+yi.
And z/6z=x+yi/6(x+yi).
Rationalise:x+yi(x-yi)/6(x+yi)(x-yi)
                = (x^2+y^2)/6(x^2+y^2)
                 =1/6
NB!!! This is if you saw this under complex numbers.

#4 2005-12-24 02:23:46

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Re: What does this notation mean?

I've only seen Z refer to integers, but like what krassi said, we need the context as well.

Last edited by Ricky (2005-12-24 02:24:51)


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#5 2005-12-24 07:16:13

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Re: What does this notation mean?

Also it may be something from the group theory, I guess.


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