# Thread: I created new theory in maths

1. I dont Get this

2. i finally get it and now my head hurts

3. You're literally just adding 7+7+7 (which IS 7x3) with half of a dozen completely unneeded additions and subtractions.
You're a fucktard.

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5. He's not expressing the usefulness of his theory for solving simple equations, he's expressing that it can be used for other equations. Which is true, STEM majors use secondary mathematical relations to solve things when normal methods don't work.

On the other hand, here's your theory using variables.

x*y = a where x > y:

(x+y)+(x-y)=z
z+x*(y-2)=a

Simplify that equation and tell me what you get.

6. Hmm i get it... But its quite complicate and time consuming, better off just remember ur timetables by head but i guess this does help in some situations.

7. Math is not my thing

8. I don't think this is a theory, more of a formula.

9. understood first time not really complex, and your not the first google it

10. Originally Posted by Mayion

Video?
A LEECHER IS A LEECHER EVEN IN MATH.
Sorry ya @Mayion
I still don't get it.

11. Originally Posted by arunforce
He's not expressing the usefulness of his theory for solving simple equations, he's expressing that it can be used for other equations. Which is true, STEM majors use secondary mathematical relations to solve things when normal methods don't work.

On the other hand, here's your theory using variables.

x*y = a where x > y:

(x+y)+(x-y)=z
z+x*(y-2)=a

Simplify that equation and tell me what you get.
x*y = a where x > y:

(x+y)+(x-y)=z
z+x*(y-2)=a

You're simply getting two numbers like 7(x)*3(y) = 21(a)
And then you complete it with (-+) (The first result comes) and after that you actually add the x to the z (14(z)+7(x))= 21 and after that you add the sevens as many numbers it gets added , I mean If It was 3 it would be y-2 , If it was 4 it would be y-3 etc... And after you make it minus the y It becomes 1 and you actually get the result.

You're actually doing the last step wrong because it won't work with all equations and/or numbers , the right one:
x * y = a
(x + y) + (x - y) = z
(z+(x*(y - 2))) = a

12. Originally Posted by Poison
understood first time not really complex, and your not the first google it
I didn't google it , Not because you suck in maths means all sucks.

Originally Posted by Leosanity
Hmm i get it... But its quite complicate and time consuming, better off just remember ur timetables by head but i guess this does help in some situations.
Do you know why equations exist?

Originally Posted by Aborted
You're literally just adding 7+7+7 (which IS 7x3) with half of a dozen completely unneeded additions and subtractions.
You're a fucktard.
Yes , I'm a fucktard . Learn to read , metaldick. The same comment up there. Do you know why equations exist?
I don't fucking post it to calculate 7*4 or 5*2 what shit is it.

13. This theory is actually useless...

for the 7*3:
say: x * y
what you're saying is x*y = x + (x-y) + (x+y)
this is obviously not true, you can just simplify the second equation to see this.
x+x-y+x+y
so pretty much you just did extra work to find that 3 * x... which means 3 * 7 = 21.

for anything * 2
say : x*y
x*y = (x-y) + (x+y)
x-y+x+y = 2*x
Which is the exact same thing as original
and its not an "equation" if you have to do different operations every time...

14. Originally Posted by Muntailor

x*y = a where x > y:

(x+y)+(x-y)=z
z+x*(y-2)=a

You're simply getting two numbers like 7(x)*3(y) = 21(a)
And then you complete it with (-+) (The first result comes) and after that you actually add the x to the z (14(z)+7(x))= 21 and after that you add the sevens as many numbers it gets added , I mean If It was 3 it would be y-2 , If it was 4 it would be y-3 etc... And after you make it minus the y It becomes 1 and you actually get the result.

You're actually doing the last step wrong because it won't work with all equations and/or numbers , the right one:
x * y = a
(x + y) + (x - y) = z
(z+(x*(y - 2))) = a
That is the exact same equation...

Anyways, the point of this whole thing is if you simplify the first step, it's exactly the same as 2x, and you're just tacking on the remainder through addition. You're essentially doing nothing with the first step because adding a positive difference and negative difference is ZERO.

If you simplify the equation, you would get 2x+x*(y-2)= a, which can be simplified even more to x*y=a

So it's not a "new theory," it's just playing with numbers.

15. Calculators ftw

16. Finally understood a little after I read it like 2-3 times, not bad.

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