Heres what we learnt in number theory today

- amistre64

Heres what we learnt in number theory today

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- amistre64

spose you ahve 2 integers; if you take the larger of the two, and add it to the smaller ofthe two; you are essentially adding the two numbers togheter

- amistre64

max(8,3) + min(8,3) = 8 + 3
and all that for the cost of tuition :/

- amistre64

and there was even a case by case proof for it

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- amorfide

show proof? :D

- amistre64

lol, i cant, it burnt out to many synapses just trying to pretend i was interested

- amorfide

- amistre64

take 2 integers; x and y
case 1; if x < y
max(x,y) = y
min(x,y) = x
max(x,y) +min(x,y) = y + x
case 2; if x > y
max(x,y) = x
min(x,y) = y
max(x,y) +min(x,y) = x + y; which equals y + x
case 2; if x = y
max(y,y) = y
min(x,x) = x
max(x,y) +min(x,y) = y + x

- amorfide

<3 thank you
although i have a question
is this all you learn in number theory?

- experimentX

haha .. then till now you wasted your money!!

- amistre64

no, the other day we learned that if a is not a factor of b, but is a factor of c, then a divides b*c

- amistre64

therefore; since 3 is not a factor of 5; but is a factor of 9; then 3 is a factor of 5*9

- amistre64

oh it feels like a whole lotta wasted money and time at the moment :)

- experimentX

it does ... this is the basics. try taking mit course on number theory. though i never;ve taken it yet. i think it's worth.

- amistre64

yeah, these undergraduate courses make me feel like im back in kindergarten

- experimentX

well ... i never took number theory class. though i had read some part of it in analysis and algebra. I think it's quite interesting and though (this might be lack of experience)

- amistre64

the class seems to revolve around prime numbers. On the last test, we had to determine oif some huge number was prime or not; and the only way we had to check it was by seeing of the 50 primes less than its sqrt divided it. In the end, it was prime

- amistre64

im outta here fer today; enjoy the night :)

- experimentX

catch ya later :)

- experimentX

90% of the topic here I'm not familiar
http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-785-analytic-number-theory-spring-2007/syllabus/

- experimentX

looks like worth doing it!!

- anonymous

yeah !!

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