tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5695539920543910693.post2493763377043630508..comments2019-09-06T19:47:06.559-07:00Comments on QUANTUM TANTRA: Siragian Trianglesnick herberthttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12806604589435880363noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5695539920543910693.post-10638231686883198982015-08-14T21:00:37.020-07:002015-08-14T21:00:37.020-07:00Results? No, I don't follow or pursue these ma...Results? No, I don't follow or pursue these math puzzles nowadays too often. I use to find them fascinating. I was referring more to the sets of objects arranged in the presentation of Square Numbers and Triangular Numbers, and if employing binary notation you would've written, S(1)=1, S(10)=100, S(11)=1001, S(100)=10000 for the Square Numbers, and T(1)=1, T(10)=11, T(11)=110, T(100)=1010Kurt Hansonhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14720154687241222360noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5695539920543910693.post-16702189633808126082015-08-14T19:57:05.880-07:002015-08-14T19:57:05.880-07:00An interesting notion -- that changing the Base mi...An interesting notion -- that changing the Base might change the conclusion. In most proofs in Number Theory that I can think of, the answer would be "No" The concept of Prime Number does not depend on Base. Neither does the notion of Triangular and Square numbers. Do you know of any math results that work in Binary Base, for instance, and not in Decimal Base?nick herberthttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12806604589435880363noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5695539920543910693.post-80911708957057984062015-08-14T03:14:58.937-07:002015-08-14T03:14:58.937-07:00If one were to employ a different base other then ...If one were to employ a different base other then ten, say six or 16, and do the math with Siragian Triangles, does anything "Fascinating, Captain," appear on the radar screen and perhaps cause someone's head to explode in wonderment? ðŸ–– <br /><br />When I encounter other, similar posts involving the wonders of math I'm impelled to remind the author that using a different base Kurt Hansonhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14720154687241222360noreply@blogger.com