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May 5th, 2012, 11:01 AM   #1
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Hello, my name is Michael Tannock. I hope I'm not wasting people's time by registering for this, but I'd like to gather some opinions on something I've been working on. Some time ago I came up with my own way of writing equations so they're easier for me to understand and remember.

I start by drawing a line around some related variables and/or constants.
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Rather than purely decorative, this outline allows multiple sets to overlap.
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I then separate the contents by inserting a horizontal line and commutative elementary operations.
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As with the outline, this horizontal line serves a purpose, as it allows the inverse elementary operations to be represented as well, without rearranging.
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I haven't applied this system to every equation, law and identity yet, but I've tried it with a varied selection below.
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My ultimate goal is to perfect this system into some kind of tabling method. But I need help working out its limits first, because there are likely to be functions that cannot be expressed in this way. So is anyone here interested? Or, am I wasting my time with this?
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