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Pacific Northwest
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Posted: May 8, 2003, 10:04 am - IP Logged




680-224310671
4268727121056
545622775412
91210405981916
7876339981310
942761160253
321210126303
90312802103201
2684825118426
51610173-35368
5491063471892
40610991193612
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    Posted: May 8, 2003, 1:42 pm - IP Logged

    what is the little number next to the sets? it doesn't look like a Sum, a root or a root sum, and I can't tell what it is for.

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      Posted: May 8, 2003, 4:57 pm - IP Logged

      ShadyLady,

      It comes with the Oracle Excel Program.

      Here is what I know up to now:

      The program calls it the Number Interval Index. It has the same distribution as sums but combines different numbers. It seems to do work very well on ranges because boxed numbers can have different Indexes.

      Sums go from 0 to 27

      Sum Example: 128 = 1+2+8= 11

      NII goes from -9 to +18

      NII Example 128 = 1-2+8= 7

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        Posted: May 8, 2003, 7:32 pm - IP Logged

        "Here is what I know up to now:"



        I was under the impression that you wrote the program.

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          Posted: May 8, 2003, 10:51 pm - IP Logged

          Shady,

          Thanks for your interest and for reading the answer.

          Programs and features start with ideas. This index is an idea. No tests done yet, other than the knowledge that I just provided. And that is has the same distribution as sums have.

          I never really cared about sums, sum ranges and roots and such. AOS was the first time I used sums for prediction purposes.

          This is another way to combine numbers with each other. But it is not known yet whether that can make a difference or whether that has a valuable purpose. That has to be determined.

          The system used here is a non-ranked system, menaing every number that the system provides has the same value.

          A complete answer of the original question can only be given once the value of the Index is known. That will take awhile.

          Thanks again.