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## #1 Re: Computer Math » Algorithm - 2 sequence numbers » 2024-04-08 21:41:02

To generate the 2-sequence numbers for each check, you can use the following algorithm:

For the first value in the sequence (check #1), calculate it as follows:

Multiply the number of items by the number of checks per item.

Divide the result by 2.

For the second value in the sequence (check #2), calculate it as follows:

Multiply the number of items by the number of checks per item.

Divide the result by 2.

Add 1 to the result obtained from step 2.

Using this algorithm, you can determine the 2-sequence numbers for each check in the scenario provided.

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## #2 Re: Euler Avenue » Three dimension maths » 2024-04-08 21:36:25

The mathematical concept that extends our understanding from two dimensions to three dimensions is quaternions. Quaternions are an extension of complex numbers and provide a way to represent rotations and orientations in three-dimensional space.

Unlike complex numbers, which have a real part and an imaginary part, quaternions have four components: one real part and three imaginary parts. They are often written in the form:

q=a+bi+cj+dk

where a,b,c, and d are real numbers, and i,j, and k are imaginary units that satisfy certain multiplication rules.

Quaternions are particularly useful in computer graphics, robotics, and aerospace engineering for representing rotations and orientations because they avoid the problems associated with other representations like Euler angles. They provide a concise and efficient way to describe 3D rotations, making them a powerful tool in three-dimensional mathematics.

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