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November 10th, 2017, 06:25 PM   #31
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If V is the inverse of A and B....

A and B are NOT the same element...
If this is true then you are working outside of any recognizable system. That doesn't mean you can't make it work but by doing so you have to start with a whole new set of axioms and work your way up. No offense intended but I don't think we can help you...We are a help site and, whereas you can certainly try, I don't think you'll find anyone to help you with original research.

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If this is true then you are working outside of any recognizable system. That doesn't mean you can't make it work but by doing so you have to start with a whole new set of axioms and work your way up. No offense intended but I don't think we can help you...We are a help site and, whereas you can certainly try, I don't think you'll find anyone to help you with original research.

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On the contrary. I have gotten help here. I am appreciative of that. Of course my work is not done. I had no illusions that it was. I will be back in time. As I did in 2012.

In any case you miss-understood me with the above quote. I was insisting that a =/= b. That is (a) is not the same element as (b). You will note in the post that I was referring to a statement by V8archie claiming that (a) and (b) were the SAME element. Regardless.....I have clearly done all I can do for now. Unless some one post something later...

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Appreciative that this is able to end in a fashion as to not lock the thread....


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