Cool story, bro'.jran1216 wrote:I think if we just hack into the storage of a motherboard and store probabilities rather than numbers it might be possible. I know that not precisely true because machines have to run 1's and 0's but say we where to store an empty one, or rather use an empty one but the things that store actual numbers in computing still read that electrical component then surely the addition and subtraction could be stored without numbers. it must be able to be done otherwise how would python be able to subtract and add?
Is the following any use to you? ...jran1216 wrote:Anyway is anyone else thinking about inputting equations using simpler equations, anyone think this is barmy and unacomplishable.
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def difference(n, n1): for x in range(0, n - n1) print(x) greeting(5, 2)
Yep. It's tricky.Now Ive got stuck on differentiation for a while now
Maybe you can also find a use for a normal dictionary seeing as you lost me at "usefull".. :OOK so I just bought my Mathematics dictionary after starting to learn numbers. My thoughts where that if we can store lists then we can atleast store usefull numbers.
http://computerbasedmath.org/jran1216 wrote:And thats whats so amazing about maths. And thats why maths should be in computing.