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I "discovered" a "new" integer series, and I got it published on the OEIS, can I call myself a mathematician now?
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No
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>>10000333
where's the bar?
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>>10000331
What series?
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>>10000331
what are these symbols ?
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>>10000341
An ascending list of "Happy Numbers" in an alternative base that nobody bothered to do yet.

>>10000343
just a characters to represent values from 0 to 59. Its a custom font.
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>>10000349
my bad it doesn't stop at 43
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>>10000349
>just a characters to represent values from 0 to 59. Its a custom font.
why
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>>10000379
So I could make a base 60 calculator
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>>10000379
>>10000343
specifically in the gif, the top one counts to 3600 and resets, incrementing the second one, the third one is the multiplicative product of the first and second, and the fourth is the prime factorization of the product.
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>>10000382
then there's the clock
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>>10000382
>>10000397
How much time did you waste on that?
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>>10000397

are you an alien race coming down to earth to give us new technology with your base 60 fancy maths ?
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>>10000413
and the symbols :D just remembering and creating these symbols seems like fucking hard work
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>>10000417
>not trading crypto in base 60
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>>10000417
Nah, just writing a sci-fi book.
>>10000444
wow, another mathematician! (also, Bitcoin is legit)
>>10000413
>waste
easily thousands of hours. I even learned java.
>>10000422
The symbols are really easy to remember, I built them to trigger my own synesthetic association with integer values. If you look at 7, 14, 21, 28 they all have the same core symbol. Its the same with almost all of the prime multiples.
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>>10000422
This is what I mean, wherever it was possible I tried to 'breed' symbols
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>>10000340
gotta try
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>>10000555
Holy shit, a mathematician
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>>1000000
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>>10000488
>>10000488
>easily thousands of hours. I even learned java.
only curious... do you have a job... is this your hobby and do you get a kick out of it?

Or do you have a goal in mind ?
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>>10000555
You piece of shit
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>>10000555
damn fuck OP I found the real mathematician
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>>10000593
I'm OP and also made that post.
>>10000581
I have worked in microbiology, and I am between jobs, living off my Bitcoin profits. I had a phone interview today and they said they want me to come in to meet in person, so here hoping.
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>>10000340
give me a seatbelt senpai
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>>10000349
Why don't you high IQ retards ever think to make your "new and fantastic characters" easily writable in cursive.
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Is this autism?
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>>10000331
Well done fren!
nice to see people do what they like
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>>10002243
>"new and fantastic characters"
I never called it fantastic lol.
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>>10000331
Link to publication?
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>>10000331
Very nice, OP, beautiful characters even if I cannot recognise the associations that spurred them into being.
Good job!
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>>10000331
So basically you just serif everything to make it look pretty and take forever to write. Not only is this useless, but also not going to be used in presentations because you use sans serif fonts. You're nothing more than a poor graphologist who doesn't know how limits.
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>>10000397
Damn, looks nice would make a nice cloc., I'm thinking like bamboo finish colourful symbols and it would look the bomb
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>>10000555
Found the new fields medalist.
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>>10002489
The serifs aren't for asthetics they indicate the quantity in almost every case.
>Doesn't know how limits
Not to mention they aren't even serifs.
>>10002467
It's got my name on it, hesitant to put it here.
>>10002468
Thank you
>>10002491
I really like the asthetics of clock faces, but not the ticking sounds.
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>>10000331

No. That's not mathematics (although part of it). But you can call yourself computer.
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>>10002516
You don't put necessary details in the fine print since it slows everything down and loads to errors, that's why companies keep the important details in the fine print so they can fuck you over and claim you knew about it. For example, your epsilon with 2 marks on each end vs 3 marks... what is the point? Again not useful in print (where you can assure consistency in writing) and not presentation worthy. Because of these issues, I see pain and frustration instead of beauty and elegance.
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>>10000349
Did you get the idea from Project Euler: 92?
Was there a special pattern in this base?
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>>10002526
Computer is good enough.
>>10002528
The 'epsilon' is 19, the two mark 'epsilon' is 38, and the three mark 'epsilon' is 57. Seeing the symbol tells you the family of numbers, and the marks are the specific one. It's fine if it's not presentation worthy honestly, I'm not going to try to force anyone to learn it. Personally I use it everyday. By the way I have trouble with the regular digit set, I have trouble telling 2 from 7 in writing. There is no inherently perfect way to write numbers, and I readily admit that my system is flawed and that I'm probably the only person that my asthetic choices will make sense to.
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>>10000555
almost as good as >>10000000 and >>9999999
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>>10002545
So what other families do you have like this? What do you do when they have a common multiple?
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>>10002543
There is a pattern, but it's just that any digit combination that goes to 1 will work with any number of inserted zeros, or with the order scrambled. It's not valuable as a pattern but you can easily predict and produce one of any size. For instance 36,48 (2208) works, and so would 48,0,36 (172836). I didn't know about that project, but it's what I'm doing.
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>>10000522
This is the list of some of the patterns, but the second time it says multiples of 3 it should say multiples of 5.
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>>10002558
Well you're using it for yourself and not trying to spread it so I'll stfu and let you have your notation
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>>10002556
Interesting, thanks.
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>>10002572
I actually really appreciate what you have pointed out, and I have been working on reducing the complexity, you should have seen the old 44 before I reduced it.
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Anyway, if anyone wants to fuck around with this stuff I uploaded the font set.

http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=53474811965429796190

The instructions for typing specific characters are here >>10000356
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>>10000340
Repeating digits only count if they’re the last digits, fucksss
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Neat. You should team up with some sort of linguist or ancient language expert to come up with symbols that suck less.
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>>10002646
That would be great actually, on the other hand the old base 60 system has abysmal character design, its basically base 10 that bleeds into base 60.
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>>10002669
even moreso, its tally with breaks at 10 and 60.
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>>10000555
Enjoy your career, OP
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>>10002771
Thanks
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>>10000331
No, but you can call yourself a number theorist





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